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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Anastrozole may be a suitable replacement or alternative drug used for hyperovulation or just to promote fertility in patients, particularly those suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome and those that are unresponsive to chlomiphene citrate (CC).
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. And she's drinking lots of milk, eating lots of cheese and has a huge tub of Greek yogurt every day."
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.