The use of medications containing hCG for ovulation induction therapy among women undergoing an assisted reproduction cycle may have some benefits if compared to other medications.
Beta hCG is generated by placenta. Unless being under artificial ovaric stimulation, there is no possibility to have a false positive within a pregnancy beta hCG test.
Pregnancy tests look for the presence of this hormone. This is the reason why they are highly accurate: this hormone is only produced during pregnancy.
Ovitrelle is a medicine used in assisted reproduction in order to optimise endometrial receptivity, increasing thus the number of eggs available to be used within the prescribed treatment.