Endometrial preparation for women undergoing embryo transfer with frozen embryos or embryos derived from donor oocytes.
Cochrane database of systematic reviews, January 2010
Glujovsky D, Pesce R, Fiszbajn G, Sueldo C, Hart RJ, Ciapponi A
If a fresh embryo, assisted reproductive technology procedure cycle is unsuccessful and there are frozen embryos available, a frozen-thawed embryo transfer is performed. In some specific cases women may undergo oocyte donation treatment. In both situations the endometrium is primed by the administration of estrogen and progesterone. To prevent the possibility of spontaneous ovulation, gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists are frequently used.
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