Conventional In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is an assisted reproductive technique by which the egg and the spermatozoon meet outside a woman’s body. This technique is performed in the following infertility cases:
- In cases of male infertility: it is applied when there is a mild alteration in semen quality with a sufficient number of progressive motility sperm and a MSC higher than 1 million sperm/mL of semen (sperm factor).
- In cases of female infertility: it is applied in cases of tubal obstruction (tubal factor), ovulation disruption (endocrine disorder of the ovaries), or mild to severe endometriosis.
- Unexplained infertility after repeated artificial insemination failure.
- Repeated failure after a series of artificial insemination cycles.