Luteal Phase and Embryonic Development in GnRH-Agonist/hMG-Cycles for In Vitro Fertilization
The combined GnRH-agonist hMG-stimulation has now become a worthwhile tool as a second line therapy in vitro fertilization (IVF) under special conditions such as premature LH-surge and hyperandrogenemia. Several authors even propose this treatment as a first line therapy with an increased overall pregnancy rate.
KeywordsEthyl Amid Progesterone Estradiol Infertility
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