How Do GnRh Antagonists Work

GnRH antagonists work directly on your pituitary gland to block the release of FSH and LH. This direct blockage works almost immediately. Compare this to the tradi tional GnRHa, which suppresses FSH and LH in the bloodstream and takes several days to stop ovulation. In contrast, the GnRH antagonist is effective at shutting down ovulation within an hour or two.

Remember that the purpose of traditional GnRHa and GnRH antagonists is the same. They are both used to suppress your body's hormones and improve the dependability and predictability of your IVF cycle.

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