Alcoy will host the First Conference on Advances in Reproductive Medicine to be held on Thursday, April 5, at 7:00 pm, in the Agora municipal hall
The delay in maternity for work, economic or personal reasons and aggressive treatments such as oncology are the main causes of infertility in women and men.
Today, thanks to the great advances in Reproductive Medicine, it is possible to preserve fertility in order to decide when is the right time to start a family. Specialists recommend in these circumstances to preserve the fertility that is possible today.
It must be taken into account that from the age of 35, fertility decreases, and after 40 years, 75% of the ovules have some genetic alteration, which increases the probability of abortions by 40%. Similarly, the quality of semen has dropped by 40% in both concentration and mobility due mainly to unhealthy living habits, smoking, alcohol consumption and environmental factors.
Our society needs information and professional advice to guarantee the good condition of the female and male gametes and to preserve their fertility. With the aim of publicizing the latest techniques with which we currently have, the center of the Vistahermosa Hospital in Alicante will hold the First Conference on Advances in Reproductive Medicine, on Thursday, April 5, at 7:00 p.m. in the Agóra hall in Alcoy , with the collaboration of the Department of Health of the City of Alcoy and promoted by the Chair of Reproductive Biomedicine of the Miguel Hernández University.
In the presentation of this forum the mayor of Health, Aroa Mira, said that “information is a fundamental support to not get discouraged when pregnancy is not achieved and know where to go to solve the problem.” Mira thanked the Vistahermosa ReproductionUnit for choosing the city of Alcoy to present the latest advances and innovative medical techniques, since its area is working in this line and sensitized with this type of problems.
Dr. Francisco Anaya and embryologist Yadira Pallás will be the specialists of the Vistahermosa Reproduction Unit team that will explain the procedures currently used by Reproductive Medicine to break the barrier of infertility and help couples with difficult reproductive prognosis to fulfill theis dream of being parents