Gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist

What is Gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist?

GnRH acts by blocking the gonadotropin releasing hormones receptors and therefore block the release of luteinising hormone and follicular stimulating hormone from pituitary gland. Currently approved GnRH antagonist are: Cetrorelix, Abarelix, Degarelix. They are used in the treatment of infertility and prostatic cancer.

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I am 65 years old with benign prostate hypertrophy (50+ grams). Aside from belly fat, I have few other symptoms of low testosterone, but my last...

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1. Your testosterone levels are in lower side. But you need HRT to maintain it if and only if it is affecting...

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I went on short course oxandrolone treatment when i was a child aged 14 and a half, during...

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Oxandralone is synthetic testosterone analog. The effects are short lived or brief, very few days. The side effects are rare. This is safely used....

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