GnRh analogues are hormones used in some assisted reproduction procedures that require a monitorisation of the ovarian cycle. These hormones are administered through injections the patient can apply to herself.
Tag: release of gonadotropins
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.
These hormonal compounds are chemically similar to GnRH hormone, responsible for stimulating the pituitary gland. They are used as medicines to induce ovulation in assisted reproduction.