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I've just learned that i may have hyperovulation. what does this mean and how will it affect my trying to conceive?

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Dr. Serena Chen
Fertility Medicine 33 years experience
Good and Bad: The good news is that you have lots of eggs and most women with this or ohss (ovarian hypserstimulation syndrome) will have a baby. The bad news is that hyperovulation can lead to complications if not handled appropriately. Please follow your doctors instructions carefully and ask questions if you do not understand. Avoid high impact activity as the ovaries are large and fragile. Good luck!
Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine 29 years experience
Clarify, please: This is not an established medical term or a disease in gynecology or reproductive endocrinology, I am unfamiliar with it. If you care to clarify i'd be glad to share more information.

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