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OHSS (ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome)

Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is a medical condition that can occur as a side effect of fertility treatment and IVF.  It is often mild but can occasionally be severe and even fatal. 

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Why financial and medical decision-making must remain separate in UK fertility 22 February 2021 Comment
Concerns over 'no baby, no fee' programmes 15 February 2021 News
Why we should use mild stimulation in egg donation 30 November 2020 Comment
New drug to treat female reproductive problems and improve fertility 23 November 2020 News
The revolution of vitrification in ART 24 August 2020 Comment
Frozen IVF embryos do not increase chance of pregnancy 10 August 2020 News
Guidance for the care of fertility patients during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic 23 March 2020 Comment
What's the Truth about... 13 January 2020 Comment
Human genome editing: what about the protection of egg donors in research? 9 December 2019 Comment
Book Review: Egg Freezing, Fertility and Reproductive Choice - Negotiating Responsibility, Hope and Modern Motherhood 11 November 2019 Review
No difference in IVF success between frozen or fresh embryos 24 June 2019 News
Why we need Siobhain McDonagh's bill to amend the HFE Act 1 April 2019 Comment
Salvation through legislation? 19 November 2018 Comment
In defence of the welfare of women 12 November 2018 Comment
TV Review: Inside Out West - 29.10.18 (BBC) 5 November 2018 Review
In defence of IVF 29 October 2018 Comment
The HFEA Code of Practice is being updated – here's how to get involved 30 April 2018 Comment
Fresh embryos just as good as frozen for women without PCOS 15 January 2018 News
Shared motherhood IVF for lesbian couples is gaining acceptance in the UK 27 November 2017 Comment
Financial incentives in Australia change doctors' IVF advice 3 November 2017 News
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