over-response

over-response

An abnormally intense reaction to a stimulus; an inappropriate degree of response.
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AMH is becoming a routine test in assisted conception, reflecting a decline in the primordial follicle pool during the later reproductive years, and also identifying women at risk of over-response," said Dr Mayuri Assudani, IVF expert from Nagpur.
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