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Using GnRH to aid in heat detection

Using GnRH to aid in heat detection

Sara Kober - Friday, June 23, 2017

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The use of GnRH after CIDR's have been pulled can help shorten or even eliminate the heat detection window. 

This optional step can be done on the entire group or alternatively on just the non-responders to force ovulation. 

This can potentially increase the number of recipients available for your embryo transfer needs. 

The pregnancy rate may be slightly lower than if heat detecting alone, but you will end up with more pregnancies overall from more embryos being transferred. For more information, call our office or speak to your Professional Services Vet or Client Service Representative! 

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