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Analogue drugs of GnRH: Agonists and antagonists
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Analogue drugs of GnRH: Agonists and antagonists

Depending on the active principle and its specific mechanism of action, the drugs used to prevent a woman's natural ovulation in an assisted reproduction treatment are divided into 3 groups:

GnRh agonists
Decapeptyl, Procrin and Synarel. Decapeptyl and Procrin are given by injection, and Synarel is a nasal inhaler.
GnRh antagonists
are Cetrotide and Orgalutran. Both are administered by subcutaneous injections.
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By BSc, MSc (embryologist), MD, MSc (gynecologist), BSc, PhD (gynecologist), MD, PhD (gynecologist), BSc, MSc (embryologist) and (invitra staff).
Last Update: 11/04/2019
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