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Comparison of the effect of agonists and antagonists

GnRH agonists are drugs prescribed to women to control their ovarian cycle. Their administration is simple and can be performed at home by means of a syringe with which the patient makes punctures in the abdomen.

GnRH agonists can be agonists and antagonists. The main difference between the function of these two groups is that in the case of agonists, it is necessary to administer them for 7-10 days to achieve pituitary suppression. In contrast, with antagonists, this effect can be achieved within a few hours of injection.

This difference is due to the fact that at the beginning of the administration of agonists, flare-up occurs and pituitary activity increases.

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Last Update: 03/17/2022