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How do GnRH antagonists affect endometrial receptivity?

By Jon Ander Agirregoikoa M.D. (gynecologist on ART Reproduccion).
Last Update: 03/16/2022

The comparison of protocols with GnRH agonists and antagonists and their relationship to the impact on endometrial receptivity remain controversial. However, some studies have provided evidence that both GnRH agonists and antagonists slightly affect endometrial receptivity compared to natural cycles.

In contrast, other studies have suggested that antagonist protocols have a strong impact on the expression of related genes in human endometrial receptivity, as well as that agonists cause delay in this process.

Read the full article on: What is a short IVF protocol with GnRH antagonists? ( 31).
 Jon Ander  Agirregoikoa
Jon Ander Agirregoikoa
M.D.
gynecologist on ART Reproduccion
Graduated in medicine from the Pays Basque University, with a specialization in obstetrics and gynaecology. He has several years of experience in the field of assisted human reproduction and is co-director and co-founder of the ART clinics. He also combines his medical activity with teaching at the Pays Basque University.
License: 014809788
gynecologist. Graduated in medicine from the Pays Basque University, with a specialization in obstetrics and gynaecology. He has several years of experience in the field of assisted human reproduction and is co-director and co-founder of the ART clinics. He also combines his medical activity with teaching at the Pays Basque University. License: 014809788.