Gonadorelin 5ml is a synthetic version of a naturally occurring hormone known as gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH). GnRH plays a crucial role in the reproductive system by stimulating the release of Gonadorelin 5ml, which are hormones that regulate the function of the gonads (testes in males and ovaries in females).
In horses, Gonadorelin 5ml is sometimes used to induce ovulation in mares. It is commonly employed as a part of reproductive management strategies in breeding programs. By administering gonadorelin, the goal is to trigger the release of luteinizing hormone (LH), which, in turn, induces ovulation. This can be particularly useful when a breeder wants to time the insemination of a mare to increase the likelihood of successful fertilization
Gonadorelin: Equine Chorionic GonadotropinGonadorelin 5ml
Induction and synchronization of estrus in porcines, rabbits and laboratory animals.
Complement in the induction of estrus in ovines, caprines and bovines.
Ovulation and superovulation induction in prepubescent and pubescent bovines, ovines, porcines, rabbits and laboratory animals.
Complement in the treatment of anestrus in bovines, ovines and caprines.
Optimization of the management of TAI and TET.
SUGGESTED RACING ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGES
It can be applied in two different ways:
A) 5 ml 4 hs before the race – Slow IV
B) 2,5 ml the 24 hs before the race and 2,5 ml 4 hs before the race – Slow IV
A) 3 ml 4 hs before the race – Slow IV
B) 1,5 ml the 24 hs before the race and 1,5 ml 4 hs before the race – Slow I
The use of reproductive hormones in horses should be carried out under the guidance of a veterinarian, as improper administration or dosage can have adverse effects. Veterinarians often use hormonal treatments in conjunction with careful monitoring of the mare’s reproductive cycle to optimize breeding success.