Agonist trigger: what is the best approach? Agonist trigger and low dose hCG

Low-dose hCG supplementation after GnRHa trigger secures the reproductive outcome and minimizes the risk of OHSS in the high-risk IVF patient.

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Peter Humaidan, M.D., D.M.Sc

Volume 97, Issue 3, Pages 529-530


Low-dose hCG supplementation after GnRH agonist trigger may normalize reproductive outcome while minimizing the occurrence of OHSS in high risk IVF patients.

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Fertility and Sterility

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