Family planning aims at allowing families to have the desired number of children and the ideal spacing between pregnancies for each mother. Here you can learn about each different birth control method.
Egg donation, sperm donation and/or embryo donation are fertility treatments that allow many women and couples becoming parents through assisted reproductive technology.
When a semen analysis o seminogram is performed, one of the examinations included is the analysis of the presence of leukocytes in semen. It allows a more accurate examination of what is causing male infertility to be done, although it is commonly related to infections.
Vasectomy is a surgical intervetion to seterilase men. Once it has been performed no more sperm is expelled and pregnancy cannot take place.
Antisperm antibodies are the main cause of immunologically induced infertility. They may be found in the sperm, in the seminal plasma and cervical mucus.
ICSI is an assisted reproductive technique indicated in multiple cases to overcome infertility problems. This technique’s efficiency has been proved even in most severe infertility cases in which pregnancy has finally occurred.
Vasectomy must be only chosen as a contraceptive method when a man is convinced that he does not want to have more children. Although it is a sterilisation procedure, there are options for being father again, if desired.