hyperstimulation

hyperstimulation

/hy·per·stim·u·la·tion/ (-stim″u-la´shun) excessive stimulation of an organ or part.
controlled ovarian hyperstimulation  monitored administration of agents designed to induce ovulation by a greater number of ovarian follicles and thus increase the probability of fertilization.
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LISBON -- Women undergoing assisted reproduction had similar pregnancy rates with gonado-tropin-releasing hormone agonist and antagonist protocols, but less ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome with the GnRH-antagonist protocol in a large randomized trial.
Dr Shrivastav has also done pioneering work in ovarian hyperstimulation and surgical retrieval of sperm (PESA and TeSA) which are now routine routine techniques in fertility units the world over.
Although the active chemical agents in herbal medications used during pregnancy in KwaZulu-Natal have still not been identified, it has been postulated that the meconium is due to hyperstimulation and may lead to UR, particularly in parous women.
The exact mechanism of the wall motion abnormalities is unknown, but it is believed to be related to hyperstimulation of endogenous catecholamines inducing myocardial dysfunction and stunning.
In- Vitro Fertilization ( IVF) comes with several risks, with one of them during the phase of artificial stimulation of the ovaries called Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome ( OHSS).
For example, low cortisol levels in the morning combined with high levels in the afternoon or at night have been correlated with morning exhaustion, followed by hyperstimulation and insomnia at night.
Several women undergoing the IVF treatment and nearly a third of the IVF patients are affected by Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS).
Paroxetine has well-documented antidepressive effects and little if any potential for abuse but can cause sexual dysfunction, hyperstimulation, anticholinergic effects, and weight gain.
But what I do know is that doctors hope using kisspeptin will give future mams a lower risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), a potentially life-threatening condition that can be triggered by the IVF drugs used now.
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is an iatrogenic condition resulting from an excessive ovarian response to superovulation medi cation (1), potentially resulting in death in its extreme manifestation (2).
The six-part nursing drama continues with Frankie (Eve Myles, above centre) monitoring Rachel's ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, which she's developed as a result of the IVF.
And other risks of fresh IVF transfer, such as ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, can be virtually eliminated when frozen/thaw transfers are employed.