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Ovarian hyperstimulation in Assisted procreation

Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is one objective assisted reproductive risk. Ovarian hyperstimulation, which can cause objective medical problems in women and even, albeit rarely, death. A recent study (JAMA 313; 88-90, 2015) found that this syndrome is the most common side effect in women undergoing assisted procreation procedures, with an incidence of 153.5 cases per 10,000 cycles.

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