Control Overian Hyperstimulation

Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation is a technique that is used in assisted reproduction to induce the production of ovaries with the use of ovarian follicles and with the help of fertility medications.

In reality, controlled ovarian hyperstimulation doesn’t fix the problem of infertility but it helps our specialists to make you more practical to conceive, making the chances of pregnancy more. The medications of the Coh can be either oral or injectable depending upon the infertility of the patient. The process, medications, and protocols of Coh are reviewed. The pregnancy rates comparatively are higher in injectable medications than the oral medication as it boosts the follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and human menopausal gonadotropins (HMG). However, there are high risks the injectable medication like gestations, and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, and it is expensive