Some women undergoing ovarian stimulation have a low response. Although it may be due to several causes, maybe the medications being used for stimulation should be replaced or perhaps the woman is a poor-responder.
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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.
The main advantage of using GnRH antagonists as an assisted reproductive treatment is that it precisely controls women’s menstrual cycle, blocking this way an undesirable premature ovulation.