Infertility in the couple is diagnosed after a year trying to conceive without success. It can be male or female infertility, or a combination of both.
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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.
Egg donation, sperm donation and/or embryo donation are fertility treatments that allow many women and couples becoming parents through assisted reproductive technology.
Reflexotherapy is a technique that consists in the application of pressure in several reflex areas and has several advantages when it comes to reproduction and achieving pregnancy.
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.
In vitro fertilisation is indicated in cases of mild male infertility and tubal obstruction, endometriosis, and ovulation disruption. This technique consists of placing the ovum in a drop of sperm; then, the spermatozoa will pass through the egg layers until only of them reaches the cytoplasm.
Artificial insemination is recommended in couples suffering from mild infertility problems or in cases where a cause for infertility is found, while artificial insemination by donor is indicated for single women, lesbian couples, or severe male infertility cases.