Induction of ovulation with pulsatile GnRH: comparison between subcutaneous and intravenous administration in the same patients.

Abstract

In this study we compared the results obtained during GnRH pulsatile therapy for ovulation induction in the same patients receiving successively GnRH by subcutaneous (10 mcg/90') and intravenous route (2.5 or 5 mcg/90'). Our data suggest that intravenous administration is the most effective procedure for restoring fertility, either in terms of hormonal… (More)

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