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Infertility treatments: definition and options
Infertility can be addressed through assisted reproductive technology. The most common treatments are artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization.
Should we tell anyone that we are undergoing a fertility treatment?
During fertility treatments, many couples wonder whether they should tell their families and friends they are underdoing a fertility treatment or not. Each person and the surrounding circumstances of each couple...
Love, sex, and infertility
When a couple has fertility problems, new feelings and tensions that might worsen the relationship arise. These feelings are not helpful when a couple is trying to conceive. We will give you some tips to prevent...
Semen sample and sperm capacitation
Obtaining a sperm sample and carrying out the capacitation is something that is done for multiple assited reproduction techniques. Capacitation happens naturally, but there are also techniques to induce this...
Male fertility test
The sperm analysis is extremely useful when it comes to recommending any fertility treatment, but, what is studied with these analyses?
Male sterility due to post-testicular factor
When taking about male sterility due to a post-testicular factor, what is meant are alterations in the spermatozoa once they've been produced in the testicles. They can be caused by problems in the displacement...
For men with alterations in their seminal quality there are several treatment options, which means that even if they have these alterations they can have children.
Influence of lifestyle on fertility
Healthy habits have an impact on fertility and on the likelihood of achieving pregnancy. It's vital to have good nutritional habits and avoid smoking, and alcohol and drugs consumption.
Advances in assisted reproductive techniques
The most advanced assisted reproductive techniques are focused on the selection of the spermatozoa, the embryos to transfer and the decrease in the risk of multiple pregnancies
Psychological aspects in assisted reproduction
Accepting that a person has problems conceiving naturally and that it’s necessary to turn to a fertility clinic in order to achieve pregnancy can be hard on the couple emotionally. In some cases psychological...
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) with a double donation means eggs and sperm donation for an IVF treatment. The process is exactly the same than a traditional IVF.
Biochemical pregnancy happens when there was gestation, the embryo could implant in the embryo, but unfortunately there was no evolution. It is a very early gestational loss that does not affect a new attempt of...
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