hyperstimulation love



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  • n. Excessive stimulation


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hyper- +‎ stimulation


  • Indeed, some forms of organ or body part selling can be, especially when they involve non-renewable organs like kidneys or risky procedures like egg-procurement which can result in fatal hyperstimulation of the ovaries or early-onset menopause.

    Michael Rugnetta: Thoughts on Bone Marrow Selling

  • But along with fast labors came severe contractions uterine hyperstimulation and distressed babies.

    Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn

  • If my estrogen gets high too quickly, then I run the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome — burning the sauce.

    Why I Froze My Eggs

  • This rather minimal staging relies on a number of large screens used to project a constant stream of images and backdrops that assist in creating a sense of hyperstimulation for the audience.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Problem is, once you go into hyperstimulation, it can't be reversed.

    Eggs & MiLs

  • E-mail allows us to act before we can think -- the perfect tool for a culture of hyperstimulation.

    We've Got Mail--Always

  • Apart from random acts of crime which will break out, no doubt inspired by media hyperstimulation and hysteria I always say TV news is a defeat for humanity, the country will not fall apart from a market crash.

    A human solution to the economic meltdown

  • Thanks for your comment Rayven--I'm curious, they only let egg donors donate 3 times cancer fears from hyperstimulation I think...is there any regulation on how many times you can be a surrogate?

    Gestational Surrogacy vs. adoption

  • There are some risks to the donor -- including possible bleeding and infection at the injection sites, and, in rare cases, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, in which several dozen eggs ripen at once and the ovaries become dangerously swollen.

    Ova Time: Women Line Up

  • Not only is there no difference between the two kinds of milk -- if you disregard articles like the one linking rBST to ovarian hyperstimulation in the May 2006 Journal of Reproductive Medicine -- consumers "pay higher prices for milk and get nothing in return" when they buy rBST-free milk says Monsanto.

    In unusual move, biotech giant Monsanto asks for more government regulation


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