hyperovulation

hyperovulation

(hi?per-ov?u-la'shun)
The production of a large number of ova, usually in response to hormonal stimulation. See: clomiphene citrate; human menopausal gonadotropin
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Magazine , "She'd been trying to eat yams after someone told her they help you have twins - the peelings are thought to contain a chemical that causes hyperovulation.
I use IVF as an umbrella term to refer to all procedures involving hyperovulation and egg removal.
95) For women, this includes a weeks-long process involving hormone injections to cause hyperovulation, and surgery, sometimes under general anesthesia, to remove the eggs.