Role of Gnrh. agonist to contacts expected hsso in antagonist protocol.thanks

Alex Fazari on Sep 30, 2018 • 2 answer
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Alex, Im not sure I fully understand your question. But agonist trigger definitely reduces the risk of OHSS compared to hCG trigger in patients on a GnRH antagonist protocol. There are only rare case reports of OHSS in patients with agonist trigger and a freeze only approach, so the risk is probably well below 1%.

Micah J Hill on Sep 30, 2018
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Alex, Im not sure I fully understand your question. But agonist trigger definitely reduces the risk of OHSS compared to hCG trigger in patients on a GnRH antagonist protocol. There are only rare case reports of OHSS in patients with agonist trigger and a freeze only approach, so the risk is probably well below 1%.

Micah J Hill on Sep 30, 2018
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