Embryo transfer: when and how is it done?
In the embryo transfer, the best quality embryos created in the laboratory by IVF/ICSI are introduced into the patient's uterus. It is a simple process that does not require anesthesia and after which the patient returns home with a normal life, but avoiding great physical efforts. Read more
How successful is artificial insemination?
The chances of success of artificial insemination depend on several factors, such as using the partner's sperm or donor sperm, for example. Also, artificial insemination has a cumulative pregnancy rate, so success could be achieved after two, three, or four attempts. Read more
Why do blood clots occur during menstruation?
Menstrual clots are normal in many women, especially in the first days of menstruation when there is more bleeding. However, if the clots are of considerable size, frequent or if they are accompanied by symptoms such as heavy bleeding or menstrual pain, a specialist should be consulted. Read more
What is endometrial hyperplasia and why does it occur?
Endometrial hyperplasia is the excessive proliferation of cells in the endometrium, the layer that surrounds the uterus. This thickening of the endometrium is a benign condition, but it can progress to cancer. Therefore, a correct diagnosis, as well as adequate treatment, is essential to avoid problems. Read more
Why is the endometrium important in assisted reproduction?
The endometrium is the layer that lines the inside of the uterus and therefore plays a decisive role in embryo implantation. Currently, there are different tests that help to determine the best time for embryo implantation through the study of different characteristics of the endometrium. Read more
Embryo Transfer in Natural Cycles: Advantages & Disadvantages
The transfer of frozen embryos in a natural cycle consists of taking advantage of the endogenous hormone production by the ovary and the natural growth of the endometrium to carry out the transfer at the most ideal moment. Read more
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