gonadotrophins


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gonadotrophins

Gonad-stimulating hormones made by the pituitary gland.
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Gonadotrophins, 17-hydroxyprogesterone (17OHP), dehydroepiandrostenedione (DHEA-S), androstenedione, testosterone and oestradiol were recorded.
Does optimal follicular size in IUI cycles vary between clomiphene citrate and gonadotrophins treatments?
Conclusion: The best chance of pregnancy was found in cases with anovulatory infertility, a history of prior pregnancy, and high midluteal progesterone levels following treatment with gonadotrophins and intrauterine insemination.
All of them had very high gonadotrophins and significantly low testosterone level.
They had controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) by gonadotrophins (InjPuregon I/M or S/C) after which ovulation induction (OI) was planned on the basis of maturity of follicles.
Plasma prolactin and gonadotrophins during gonadal development and the onset of photorefractoriness in male and female starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) on artificial photoperiods.
Due to a short half-life and better embryo production performance compared to other gonadotrophins, FSH is preferable as a stimulatory agent in any multiple ovulation and embryo transfer (MOET) programme (Holtz, 2005).
Breed effect has been associated with the prolificacy of breed where a high prolific breed has been reported to respond better to exogenous gonadotrophins (Bindon et al.
18] Extensive ovarian diathermy is not indicated to prevent hyperresponsiveness to exogenous gonadotrophins.
Patients with PCOS undergoing ART usually show an increased response to gonadotrophins and consequently produce large numbers of follicles and oocytes.
Premature ovarian failure is defined as elevated gonadotrophins usually above 40 iu/l detected on two occasions (a few weeks apart), in a women before the age of 40 years1.