Artificial insemination by donor is a low-complexity fertility treatment especially indicated for single mothers, heterosexual couples in which there exist a severe male factor, and same-sex female couples.
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The following article talks about the controversy surrounding the use of a method of diagnosis of fertility: the postcoital test. It consists of analyzing the cervical mucus of women after intercourse to determine fertility.
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.
The success rate of pregnancy with an ICSI depends on several factors, being the age of the patient the most important one.
MACS, also known as “annexin columns” or “annexin V columns”, is an assisted reproductive technique which consists of separating through magnetic attraction the best quality sperm from the abnormal or poor-quality sperm.