Many couples undergo assisted reproduction techniques to have a child. This set of techniques and treatments is recommended to those people who are diagnosed with any fertility problem in order to become pregnant.
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Fertimed is an assisted reproduction clinic located in Huelva, Spain, and also in Algarve, Portugal. With its wide range of highly qualified specialists in Assisted Reproduction, the clinic aims at dealing with fertility problems.
In vitro fertilization is a fertility procedure through which egg-sperm binding occurs in the laboratory, aiming at obtaining an embryo that will be later transferred into the woman so that pregnancy occurs.
Necrospermia is a male fertility problem characterized by the presence of dead sperm in the ejaculate. Necrospermic men, however, are able to have biological offspring thanks to assisted reproductive technologies.
There are several types of infertility among women. As for what causes it, there are three main factors: the ovarian endocrine factor, the tubal or tuboperitoneal factor, and the uterine factor. Each of them causes different types of alterations.
Apart from the previous requirements, it is highly important that women are under 35 in order to achieve success after artificial insemination. In such way, the pregnancy rate would rise up to 20% per cycle; after 4 inseminations, the chances for pregnancy using husband’s sperm rise up to 60%, while they increase by 10% with insemination by donor.
Cramps during implantation are usually a sign of pregnancy.
When a woman realizes she is pregnant, many questions arise. These questions are usually related to: fetal development, medical supervision and fetal ultrasounds, symptoms and/or nuisances, her emotional status during the whole process, etc.
ICSI is one of the latest assisted reproductive techniques to be developed. It is used within the most complicated cases of infertility, since the whole process is carried out at the laboratory: from selecting the best spermatozoon to fertilizing the egg.
FIV Valencia, Spanish abbreviation for In Vitro Fertilization, is an Assisted Reproduction Clinic located in Valencia, Spain and led by doctors Miguel Dolz Arroyo and Joaquín Moreno Marí.