Physiology of Ovulation and Role of GnRH Analogues

Physiology learning is the fundamentals of Infertility training and here is the easiest way to learn the toughest part !

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Learning about the basics of how the Hypothalamo Pituitary Ovarian axis works, How FSH and LH are secreted ? How Folliculogenesis happen? Why does the body create only one dominant follicle in any one month through recruitment happens in hundreds? Why does each body require a different dose of FSH to stimulate follicle growth? How can i use the principle of FSH window to create multi-follicular development? Why and how to artificially trigger ovulation ? What are GnRH analogues and when and how to use them? These are some of the salient questions which will be answered in this course. This course builds your foundation on which your advanced learning of Fertility management is going to be based. Without this fundamental knowledge managing complex ovarian simulations will be merely by rote and and not by understanding.

Course Beneficiaries
  • Post Graduate trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Gynaecologists Infertility specialists
  • How does the Hypothalamo- Pituitary- Ovarian Axis work ?
  • What is Negative and Positive Feedback mechanism of Estradiol ?
  • Physiology of Folliculogenesis
  • 2 Cell 2 Gonadotropin theory
  • Concept of Recruitment - Selection – Dominance
  • Concept of FSH Threshold and FSH Window
  • Various methods of triggering Ovulation
  • What are GnRH analogues, what are their various types, differences, mechanism of action and uses?
  • MBBS

  • Physiology of Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Ovarian Axis

  • Doctors will be able to understand how Folliculogenesis occurs. What is 2 cell 2 gonadotropin theory? What is FSH threshold and FSH window? What is Recruitment - Selection - Dominence?

  • What is the need to trigger ovulation and what are the various ways of doing it? Can we use LH hormone from outside and trigger an LH surge? Can GnRH agonist also cause LH surge?

  • What are GnRH analogues? What are the various broad types of analogues? What are the various preparations available? Mechanism of action?

  • What are the various uses of GnRH analogues in Men and Women?

  • ₹2,500
  • ₹1,000
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This course includes
  • On-demand video
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Start from you left off
  • Research Materials
  • Access on Tab and Mobile
  • Certificate of Completion