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What Is Ovulation? – Date, Symptoms & Most Fertile Days
Ovulation is the phase of the menstrual cycle when an egg is released from the ovary to the Fallopian tube. It marks the beginning of the fertility window in women.
Klinefelter Syndrome (XXY Syndrome) – Symptoms, Causes & Fertility
Klinefelter syndrome is a condition of chromosomal origin that affects males. These babies are born with an extra X chromosome, which causes their genotype to be 47,XXY.
Egg Donation in Spain – Legal Aspects, Requirements & Cost
The cost of IVF with donor eggs in Spain starts from 6,000 Euros on average, and it is a completely anonymous process. Egg donation clinics in Spain are set up to accept patients from all over the world. Get more...
Can a Woman Get Pregnant at Age 50? – Chances & Risks
Women who decidedly delay maternity until the age of 50 need a fertility treatment to have a child due to their reduced fertility at this point. Particularly, the best option to get pregnant in your 50s is egg donation.
Male & Female Sex Hormones – Definition & Functions
Sex hormones are responsible for both the male and female gonadal development as well as the regulation of the sexual cycle, sperm production, and the menstrual cycle.
What Is IVF Blastocyst Culture? – Success Rates & Timeline
Blastocyst is the stage in which embryo implantation to the uterus occurs naturally. To reach this stage in IVF, the embryo is cultured up to day 5-6 by means of a sequential culture system.
What Is Reciprocal IVF? – Everything Lesbian Couples Need to Know
Same-sex female partners who want to have a baby have multiple options to fulfill their dream, including donor insemination and IVF. Reciprocal IVF, as it is called in this case, allows both women to participate...
Sperm Test Results Explained – Interpretation & Normal Values
Understanding correctly the results of a semen analysis report is crucial to get valuable information about the quality of the sperm you produce and your overall fertility, especially if you are planning on trying...
How Many Eggs Does a Woman Have? – Your Egg Count by Age
The term ovarian reserve refers to the egg count of women from birth. Females don't produce any new eggs during their lifetime. A woman with a diminished ovarian reserve may need to turn to IVF to become pregnant.
6 Effective Ways to Increase Endometrial Thickness Naturally
Is it possible to increase endometrial thickness naturally for embryo implantation? The answer is yes! The secret to endometrial quality is to follow a healthy lifestyle. Continue reading to find out six effective...
What Is Teratozoospermia? – Causes, Pregnancy Rate & Treatment
Teratozoospermia is the medical term used to define abnormal sperm morphology. It may be caused by genetic defects, infections, too elevated testicular temperature, exposure to toxic substances, etc. In general,...
Uterine Polyps & Cancer Risk – Can They Become Cancerous?
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....
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