Harvesting women's eggs requires the hyperstimulation of ovaries, making possible the retrieval of an unnaturally large number of eggs. Around the world women have suffered serious health consequences or death after having their ovaries stimulated using synthetic hormones. Below you can read about a few of them. While strict cause-and-effect may never be established in each of their cases, all such cases signal the urgency for mandating rigorous large-scale studies and instituting registries to track the health of women who have been hyperstimulated.
FOR ACCOUNTS OF WOMEN WHO HAVE SUFFERED ADVERSE EFFECTS FROM TAKING ONE OF THE MOST COMMONLY USED INFERTILITY HORMONES, LUPRON,
see: Lupron Victim's Hub