hyperstimulate

hyperstimulate

(ˌhaɪpəˈstɪmjʊˌleɪt)
vb (tr)
(Medicine) med to stimulate excessively
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Sugar-free chewing gums may be useful to alleviate the feeling of dryness in the oral cavity, as well as hyperstimulate the salivary production.
TSH itself can hyperstimulate the thyroid gland and lead to hypersecretion of T4 and T3.
Then donors are given hormones to hyperstimulate their ovaries to produce multiple eggs.
Aluminum compounds, found in many vaccines including the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, "hyperstimulate" the immune response to vaccine antigens.
This can be done with antagonists, but, remarkably, also with super-agonists, such as deslorelin, that initially hyperstimulate the pituitary GnRH receptors, and greatly increase the production of LH and FSH.
Each vaccine preparation, in addition to the antigen or live virus, contains many other substances, including preservatives (mercury, formaldehyde), adjuvants to hyperstimulate the immune response (aluminum), gelatin, aborted fetal DNA, viral DNA, genetically modified DNA, antibiotics, and so on.
Drugs of abuse clearly hyperstimulate the DA reward areas more than traditional everyday experiences.
In particular, there is still inadequate research regarding the safety of drugs used to suppress ovarian function in advance of administering other drugs that hyperstimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs for extraction.
When Meera meets with the fertility specialist to begin treatments to hyperstimulate her ovaries before collecting her ova, she is advised that pursuant to the AHRA she must disclose certain health reporting information to Anita and Sean, as recipients of her donated ova, and to the Agency.
It can also be used to hyperstimulate the production of red blood cells in patients scheduled for surgery who have normal hemoglobin levels but are expected to lose a significant amount of blood, or who do not want to receive transfusions.
You then have to hyperstimulate their ovaries with hormones of another sort so that many more than the customary single monthly follicle and its egg mature.
Feminists, of course, have long been sceptical of what are euphemistically dubbed "assisted conception technologies." They have raised questions about the drugs used to hyperstimulate the ovaries of women undergoing IVF, a key component of the technique that was never adequately proven safe before becoming widely practiced.