GnRH antagonists

GnRH antagonists

A group of medications that affect the reproductive hormones. These medications are used to treat fibroids, endometriosis, and infertility.
Mentioned in: Uterine Fibroids
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Although none of medical strategies is completely effective, there is high-quality evidence that replacing human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) by gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists after GnRH antagonists and moderate-quality evidence that GnRH antagonist protocols, dopamine agonists and mild protocols reduce the occurrence of OHSS.
Anti-androgens and GnRH antagonists are usually prescribed for long term which is also expected to surge the market of hormone sensitive prostate cancer.
The exact impact of these protocols has been controversial following early reports that GnRH antagonists were associated with lower pregnancy rates.
Men on ADT with GnRH agonists have incomplete reduction of serum FSH levels compared to GnRH antagonists, which lead to a more immediate and sustained decrease.
There is a controversial discussion about the better regimen choice15 and clinical advantages of GnRH antagonists over agonists.
They suggest that GnRH antagonists are an attractive option for ovulation induction in women with PCOS.
Under the collaboration agreement Abbott will be granted the worldwide exclusive rights to develop and commercialise elagolix and all next-generation GnRH antagonists for women's and men's health.
Frequently, treatment of hormone-responsive cancers involves GnRH antagonists or very, very high doses of GnRH, which cause side effects," said George Bentley, UC Berkeley assistant professor of integrative biology.
These drugs include the aromatase inhibitors, mefipristone, selective oestrogen-receptor modulators, selective progesterone-receptor modulators, GnRH antagonists, pentoxyfylline and drugs that inhibit the effects of tumour necrosis factor, [alpha]-matrix metalloproteinase, and angiogenesis.