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.
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GnRH antagonists are a type of chemical compound used as a medicine in assisted reproduction in order to stimulate women during the ovarian cycle.
These hormones work as GnRH antagonists. The GnRH hormone is released by the hypothalamus and is responsible for the stimulation of the pituitary gland, allowing thus pituitary gonadotropin secretion.