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Luteal phase GnRHa trigger in random start fertility preservation cycles

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Correspondence to Kutluk Oktay.

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Oocyte maturation can be successfully achieved by a GnRHa trigger in random start controlled ovarian stimulation cycles initiated in luteal phase for the purpose of emergency fertility preservation.

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Ozkaya, E., San Roman, G. & Oktay, K. Luteal phase GnRHa trigger in random start fertility preservation cycles. J Assist Reprod Genet 29, 503–505 (2012).

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