Ovulation Induction

IVF
Prof. Dr. Ulun ULUĞ
Written by Prof. Dr. Ulun ULUĞ. 0 comments 4856 views

Ovulation induction: IVF treatments are aimed at ovulation-enhancing treatments. The high number of eggs is beneficial in the selection of embryos to develop. All of the protocols I have written below are likely to be preferred according to patient characteristics. As a result, it is beneficial to apply a patient-specific personal protocol, not a standard treatment protocol. The most important marker is the patient's ovarian reserve. Although the names of most of the drugs used in the protocols are the same, the application times and doses vary, making a difference. In general, the protocols are divided into two as protocols in which drugs that suppress the pituitary gland are used and those that do not. The suppression of the pituitary gland is to prevent the eggs from hatching earlier than expected. They are GnRH agonist analogs and GnRH antagonist analogs that suppress the pituitary gland. It is also possible to diversify the protocols I have written below by adding different adjuvants, namely drugs.

Ovulation Induction Protocols

  1. GnRH analog long protocol
  2. GnRH analog short protocol
  3. Dual suppression GnRH analog protocol
  4. GnRH antagonist short protocol
  5. Ultra GnRH analog protocol
  6. Microdose flare up protocol
  7. Letrozole or CC protocol
  8. Kato protocol (mini IVF)
  9. Natural protocol (natural cycle)
  10. Dual stimulation (Shangai protocol)
  11. Random start protocol (for freezing eggs in cancer cases)

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