No, once again you are ignoring the statement it was a scientific experiment and that it was done in a modern magic research institute. When Maya said her entire body was messed with including the insides, it indicates to me atleast more than just sexual abuse. You are assuming their experiment involved simple methods and ignoring all the other experiments that could have been done to any of her reproductive related organs before or after, to try and enhance results in a world filled with magical, cybernetic and genetic modification. And please note the ovaries are not the only organs involved in reproduction and may not actually be the problem. Anyway thats how I interpreted scientific experiment in magician manufacture.
It seems you had not read all my post, I'm not saying it was only a simple sexual abuse. I'm indirectly saying that, the institute fails for not keeping being able to keep their main objective at hand.
And if it is as complex as you mentioned, is it necessary for the sexual abuse? For once, if I'm the institute, I would just do whatever experiment on her body, once done, dispose (Doing unnecessary things increase risk failing the experiment). No need for the sexual abuse part nor the violence.
The event in the novel can be either one of the way:
-> It is a well planned and complex human manufacturing experimentation (contradictory because there was torture and sexual abuse)
-> It is a poorly executed plan (contradictory for being national level, basically a joke)
Both the above events are full of contradiction, which is why, I'm questioning whether the institute know what they are doing? Or are they just a hoodlum.
More of the reason it sounds strange and stranger. And yes, I'm aware that Ovary is not the only reproduction organ, as I stated before, the lost of other reproductory organ (except ovary) can be easily substituted even with our current world technology.
Anyway, let's end this topic here. I think it's a miss on on the editor (of the novel official release) for not doing enough research to support the author.