Why is growth hormone underutilized for our most difficult IVF couples?

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Volume 110, Issue 7, Pages 1261–1262

Authors:

David Roy Meldrum, M.D., Alexander M. Quaas, M.D., Ph.D., H. Irene Su, M.D., M.S.C.E.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Growth hormone during in vitro fertilization in older women modulates the density of receptors in granulosa cells, with improved pregnancy outcomes" by Regan et al.


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Andre Hazout about 1 month ago

In France GH must be order by a pediatrician only for growth disorder in children. GH is accused of mutagenic risks and therefore gynecologists prefer do not prescribe it even for twelve days, because of the medico forensic risk. Stupid but true!