The flare-up effect is a massive release of gonadotropin hormones such as FSH and LH. It is caused by the combination of the GnRH analogue and its receptor in cells.
Tag: FSH and LH synthesis
The gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonists present only few disadvantages, since they were created precisely in order to address the inconveniences of GnRH agonists, but maintaining their advantages.
GnRH antagonists are chemical compounds used as hormone medicines in assisted reproduction in order to perform an ovarian stimulation during the woman’s ovarian cycle.
GnRH antagonists are a type of chemical compound used as a medicine in assisted reproduction in order to stimulate women during the ovarian cycle.