What is the best treatment for men with azoospermia?
Azoospermia is a seminal alteration characterized by the absence of spermatozoa in the ejaculate. Depending on the type of azoospermia, we will apply a hormonal or surgical treatment. It is also possible for natural treatment to resolve azoospermia in the male. Read more
36th week of pregnancy: changes in the baby and symptoms in the mother
In the 36th week of pregnancy the baby is already 46-47 centimetres in size and weighs around 2700 grams. However, if the baby is born at this time, it is still premature. On the other hand, the mother will have symptoms and discomfort due to the size of her belly at this stage of pregnancy. Read more
Repeated Implantation Failure - Reasons Why Embryos Don't Implant
Repeated or recurrent implantation failure (RIF) is detected when good quality embryos fail to implant after several cycles of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). The causes of RIF can be due to maternal, embryonic, or systemic factors. Learn about the signs and treatments for RIF here. Read more
Day 5 vs. Day 3 Embryo Transfer - What Are the Pros & Cons?
Which is better, a day 3 or a day 5 embryo transfer? While blastocyst (day 5) embryo transfers have been suggested to improve the pregnancy success rates of IVF, actually both options have a series of pros and cons. Learn how to make a well-informed decision with this guide. Read more
Malignant uterine polyps: types, symptoms and treatments
Overgrowth of cells in the endometrium (lining of the uterus) cause the formation of uterine or endometrial polyps. They are usually non-cancerous or benign, but it is estimated that about 5% may turn into cancer. Polyps should be removed by a surgical procedure called polypectomy. Read more