Female fertility preservation
In the event that you need to preserve your fertility, for medical reasons (surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy) or social reasons, (delayed motherhood) your eggs (ova) or ovarian tissue can be cryopreserved until you are ready to use them.
In case you are in this situation, that is the absence of pregnancy after 2 embryo transfers of 2 good quality embryos, both when fresh or frozen embryo transfers, in this case, you would require a special treatment to improve the endometrial implantation as well as a better selection of the embryo to transfer
Male fertility preservation
Our unit has a sperm bank that is used to store sperm samples of patients who need to preserve their fertility, for physiological reasons...
Blastocyst stage embryo culture
If various attempts with in vitro fertilisation have failed and pregnancy just doesn’t seem possible, in certain cases, we can try and extend your embryo development in the culture to the blastocyst stage to then choose the best embryos for the transfer.
Timed intercourse (Directed coitus)
It is the simplest Assisted Reproduction Technique known and it consists in telling you when the best time to have intercourse is.
Artificial insemination (AI)
Artificial insemination consists of depositing sperm in the female uterus to achieve fertilization of the ovule inside the fallopian tubes, which is where it usually occurs naturally. It is a very simple procedure, widely used in various reproductive disorders, which is performed during the short period of ovulation, that is, the woman's maximum fertility, with the aim of developing a term pregnancy and having a baby Healthy at home.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF)
The fusion of male and female gametes generate the first cell in the life of a new being. When this biological process does not occur naturally it is necessary to resort to in vitro fertilization, the assisted reproduction treatment where the embryologist performs the union of ovules and sperm in the laboratory, selecting those with the greatest potential for transfer to the mother's uterus to develop a full-term pregnancy and have a healthy baby at home.
The changes experienced in our society lead many women to delay their motherhood, and when they decide to become mothers, due to their advanced age, they encounter serious infertility problems due to the loss of the quality of their eggs. Today it is common to find women over 40 who want to be mothers and opt for an ovodonation treatment to develop an evolutionary pregnancy and have a healthy baby at home.
The embryo is the result of the union of the sperm and the ovule, it is a new cell with a nucleus of 46 chromosomes where the first stage of human life is born: the zygote. The embryo is created when the first cell division of the male and female gamete junction occurs.