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Embryo transfer
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Embryo transfer

Embryo transfer is one of the most special moments of any IVF process, but… is it complicated or painful? How should I prepare myself for it? Here we tell you everything. Keep reading!

How to survive to the waiting-beta
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How to survive to the waiting-beta

There are waiting times that they can become eternal, like the one we call waiting-beta. The mind is full of distress and illusion and becomes obsessed with solving the uncertainty around it, but... you know what waiting-beta is? We explain you everything about it! Find out here.

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis
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Preimplantation genetic diagnosis

Do you know that transferring embryos with genetic abnormalities may decrease the pregnancy rate and increase the percentage of miscarriages? Do you know what preimplantation genetic diagnosis is? Here you will find what you need to know about heritable genetic damages and how to prevent them in an assisted reproduction treatment.

Differences between In Vitro fertilization and artificial insemination
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Differences between In Vitro fertilization and artificial insemination

The variety of techniques of assisted reproduction may lead to doubts. Artificial insemination and In Vitro fertilisation (IVF) are two very known methods that usually cause confusion. Here you will find out what you should know about them!

Ovarian stimulation in an assisted reproduction treatment
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Ovarian stimulation in an assisted reproduction treatment

An in vitro fertilization treatment consists of many phases, the first is what we call ovarian stimulation. How and why is it done? Is it essential? Get information here.

How is the egg donation treatment performed?
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How is the egg donation treatment performed?

When a woman cannot achieve a pregnancy with her own eggs - due to advanced age, genetic diseases, poor quality of the eggs or low ovarian reserve after repeated failures of IVF - she can resort to an egg donation treatment.

When should I visit a fertility specialist?
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When should I visit a fertility specialist?

For some women, sometimes the process of becoming pregnant may be more difficult than they expected. Factors such as an advanced age, endometriosis, issues regarding the production of sperm or any other risk factors can affect fertility and also make more difficult to get pregnant. It should be at this point when you should visit an Assisted Reproduction Clinic.

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Reciprocal IVF: The experience

Reciprocal IVF (the ROPA method) is an assisted reproduction treatment allowing female couples that both participate in maternity. The acronym means “Reception of Oocytes from the P…

Risky pregnancy after assisted reproduction?
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Risky pregnancy after assisted reproduction?

A pregnancy reached by an assisted reproduction treatment is usually more risky than a natural one. This is due to three factors: Patients with sterility problems are older than women…

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What is Artificial Insemination?

The Artificial Insemination is an artificial reproduction treatment in which the sperm in positioned in the uterine cavity of the patient during the ovulatory phase. The semen can be from…

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In vitro fertilisation, the best treatment to get pregnant

In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is the treatment of assisted reproduction with the best chances of success. In many cases it is the definitive treatment that is resorted to getting…

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The average age of women performing assisted reproduction treatments is delayed

In just 10 years, the average age at which women ask for assisted reproduction treatment has increased from 33 to 40.