In short ovarian stimulation protocols, GnRH antagonists are used for ovarian suppression. One such drug is Orgalutran. Previously, the woman will be administered Gonal and Menupur when she gets her period.
When the follicles acquire the desired size, the specialist will indicate the administration of an ovulation-inducing drug such as Decapeptyl, for example. In addition, the ovarian puncture will be programmed about 36 hours after its administration to recover the eggs. From this moment on, the patient will be put on progesterone and it will be maintained for a few days until the embryos are vitrified or the embryo transfer is performed.