Double-donor IVF is the reproductive process through which a couple uses both donor eggs and sperm to create the embryos that will later give rise to their baby-to-be.
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Artificial insemination is the easiest of all assisted reproductive technologies. It consists of placing those sperm presenting the highest motility rates into the woman’s cervix during her fertile days.
During the two-week wait after artificial insemination, women experience a series of very different feelings as well as strong emotions, since she will soon find out whether she is pregnant or not.
Women who wish to become pregnant can follow a series of recommendations or guidelines to increase natural possibilities of getting pregnant.
False pregnancy occurs in women who think they are pregnant. They can even notice the pregnancy symptoms, although they are not actually pregnant. There have also been cases of men who have experienced it.
Here you will find the most used assisted reproductive techniques, such as: artificial insemination (IA), in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
Pregnancy tests are highly accurate as long as they are done the first day after you period is delayed, or 15 days after engaging in sexual activity without contraception. However, blood tests are more accurate than urine tests at detecting pregnancy.
Following the transfer of embryos after undergoing IVF treatment or ICSI many women do not know how to act if it is advisable to rest and above all how to act in the expected beta.
Throughout history, the human being has developed several methods to know whether or not a woman is pregnant. We underline here the strangest methods.
The Gestalt Therapist Cristina Enjuto gives us the key to face fear and uncertainty during the Two-Week Wait.