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Law in the UK
Pregnancy with donor eggs
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Becoming an egg donor
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IUI with donor sperm
Options for lesbian couples
Becoming a sperm donor
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In vitro fertilization
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection
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How many embryos to transfer
How many embryos should be transferred? This is a frequently asked question among patients undergoing an IVF cycle. Increasing the pregnancy success rate without rising the risk of multiple births is the ultimate goal.
There are several types of infertility among women. As for what causes it, there are three main factors: the ovarian endocrine factor, the tubal or tuboperitoneal factor, and the uterine factor. Each of them causes...
Female infertility tests
In order to diagnose fertility problems in women a series of tests ranging from a blood test to a complete gynecological examination should be made.
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.
Illnesses that cause female infertility
33% infertility cases are due to a female origin and there are several disorders and illnesses that can affet female fertility. In this article we present some of the most common diseases that cause female infertility.
Female sterility due to uterine factor
Fertility problems due to uterine alterations can be diverse, ranging from a cervical factor to uterine malformations taht can lead to female infertility.
A high-risk pregnancy is considered as possible complications for the mother and the foetus. An exhaustive medical control is needed throughout gestation and, in many cases, psychological support for the couple.
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