Tag: severe male factor

Donor sperm insemination in Spain

Donor sperm insemination

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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Prognostic value of the postcoital test

Fertility test

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.

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Spermatozoa selection

Improving the spermatic selection

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.

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ICSI outcomes

ICSI technique and success rate

The success rate of pregnancy with an ICSI depends on several factors, being the age of the patient the most important one.

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Annexin V Columns

MACS annexine column

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.

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