Male and female infertility is a problem that is relevant throughout the world. According to statistics, every fifth couple faces the inability to conceive a child. Therefore, more than 50 million couples of reproductive age require the use of assisted reproductive technologies. Unfortunately, the number of infertile couples is growing every year. Luckily, modern fertility
The transfer of embryos into the uterus is an essential part of the program. It defines whether the pregnancy starts or not. Therefore, most people get nervous and don’t know what to do during the IVF transfer day.
Let’s overview the process in detail and see what happens after the IVF transfer day by day to see that there is nothing what to worry about.
Let`s provide some useful advice for 18 year old egg donors who are thinking about their first program. Here you will find the program requirements, advantages and the amount of money we pay donors for participation.
More than that, you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions we receive from potential donors and our answers. This also will be important for intended parents who want to choose the best egg donor.
Fertilization occurs in the fallopian tubes. Only one sperm gets the chance to inseminate the egg. Its nucleus merges with the egg cell and gives start to pregnancy.
Before this miracle happens, they have to pass a long way. That’s why, in this post, we will overview the whole process so that you could see what happens on every stage.
The inability to conceive, or carry to term, after a previous pregnancy is a secondary infertility.
This article will explain the leading causes of secondary infertility both in men and women, describe things that can lead to infertility, show the best way to recognize them and explains the process of diagnosis and treatment.
Even though endometriosis occurs in every third woman of reproductive age, the disease remains a big mystery for far many doctors. There are about ten theories about how endometriosis arises and develops.
However, no single theory explains the enormous variety of forms and sites of pathology.