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Donor-sperm insemination in Greece
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) stands for a simple, painless procedure in which a gynecologists places the semen sample inside the female's uterine fundus, pending fertilization and subsequent implantation by the...
Sperm’s journey to the egg
Since its formation to the fertilization of the egg, spermatozoids have to cross a complicated path full of obstacles. Only one spermatozoid will overcome all the barriers and fertilize the egg, creating therefore...
Donor sperm insemination in the USA
The only type of sperm donation allowed in the US is anonymous donation. In case the man’s own semen is non-viable or if there is no male partner, the first option is to undergo donor insemination (ID).
Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer (ZIFT)
Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer or ZIFT is the result of combining in vitro fertilisation and Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer (GIFT).
Stages of pregnancy
When an egg is released and then fertilised by sperm, the most amazing event in life occurs: pregnancy. The development of the baby consists of several different stages throughout the nine months of gestation.
It is measured by the reproductive potential of the man. It encompasses the testicle’s ability to produce quality sperm capable of fertilizing the egg and the man’s ability to copulate.
The HSG is also known as hysterosalpingography. It is a simple diagnostic tool that allows the uterine tract to be visualized.
Malignant uterine polyps
Malignant polyps are an excess of tissue or protuberances. They tend to be benign, but they can turn malignant with the arrival of menopause.
Female sterility due to tubal factor
30%-40% of the cases of female infertility are due to a tubal fator, which refers ti the permeability or functionality problems of the Fallopian tubes.
It's necessary to carry out a spermatozoa selection before using them for any assited reproduction treatment, so that only those with high likelihood of fertilising the egg are used.
Requirements for donor insemination
Meeting a series of requisites is needed, in order to have acess to artificial insemination with donor's sperm, so that there a guarantees of the effectiveness of the treatment.
When facing a sterility problem, it’s common to ask what is causing it. The causes may be: male infertility, female infertility, combined causes (both member of the couple have problems) or unexplained infertility.
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