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
IVF with egg donation: what are the chances of getting pregnant?
Ovodonation is one of the assisted reproduction treatments with the highest success rates, since the probability of achieving pregnancy after an embryo transfer is approximately 57.5%. This is due to the use of very good quality eggs. Read more
How Successful Is IVF with ICSI? - Pregnancy & Live Birth Rates
Los resultados de la ICSI ofrecen tasas de parto de alrededor de un 26% por transferencia. No obstante, la edad de la mujer es un factor que influye negativamente y esta tasa de éxito varía en función de la edad de la paciente. Debido a esto, el porcentaje se reduce a 11,4% si la mujer es igual o mayor de 40 años. Read more
What Is Oligospermia? Causes and treatment of a low sperm count
Oligospermia is a possible cause of male infertility that can be mild, moderate or severe depending on the concentration of sperm in the ejaculate. This seminal alteration can have various causes and hinders natural pregnancy, so it may be necessary to opt for assisted reproduction. Read more
What is a woman's ovarian reserve & how does it affect fertility?
Ovarian reserve refers to the number of eggs available in a woman. There are different tests to assess ovarian reserve. Low ovarian reserve is one of the most common fertility problems today, mainly due to advanced maternal age. Read more