If you have never heard about Embryo adoption or adoption of embryos, it may interest you to know more about this alternative which is not only cheaper but also shorter. This treatment has the same success rates as an IVF treatment with a double donation (donor eggs and donor sperm). Continue reading “How does Embryo adoption work?”
Most women don’t think about the amount and quality of their egg cells until they wish to have a baby and it doesn’t work out, this happens normally after the age of 30. In these cases it is really important to learn everything about their ovarian reserve. Continue reading “All you need to know about your Ovarian Reserve”
At IVF-Spain we are very aware that every patient is unique and that is why it is so important to be able to offer a medicine that adapts to each individual. That is why we offer all our patients a personalised treatment. Continue reading “The importance of a personalised treatment”
One in three women have implantation bleeding. Between the first and second week of gestation they detect a slight loss of blood that happens when the embryo nests in the wall of the uterus. This may be one of the first obvious signs of pregnancy. Continue reading “Implantation bleeding: How to recognize it?”
Today, unexplained infertility affects about 15% of all couples who use reproductive medicine to become parents. The cause of infertility sometimes remains unexplained even after thorough examinations. Continue reading “Reasons for unexplained Infertility”
Embryo selection is a decisive phase in a fertility treatment. The success of the treatment will depend on it to a great extent. Continue reading “The ABC of Embryo Selection”
Books support us, enrich us and invite us to travel. They also help us to understand how others feel and how things work that are unfamiliar to us. That is why at IVF-Spain we want to join the celebration of the World Book Day, sharing a selection of stories about Assisted Reproduction and different families that are formed with the help of Reproductive Medicine. Continue reading “Stories about Assisted Reproduction to celebrate World Book Day”
The male factor infertility represents approximately a 40% of all causes of infertility. The abnormal quality of the sperm affects practically a half of the couples that present fertility issues. Since in these cases the chances of achieving a natural pregnancy are significantly reduced, the male factor must be meticulously evaluated.
At IVF-Spain we are adapting to the new situation and we want to be closer than ever. This is why our patients will be able to request their First Visit Online to go over their questions about fertility and get first-hand advice by a fertility expert. Continue reading “First Visit Online”
Considering the social alarm associated with the worldwide spread of the new COVID-19 virus (popularly known as coronavirus), and after studying strictly and in detail the available medical information, the IVF-Life medical team states that:
COVID-19 is a new strain of virus whose infection in many cases, is asymptomatic or produces mild symptoms. In other cases, it presents as common flu, and only poses a risk to those who are immunocompromised or elderly people. In those severe cases, some must be hospitalized as their condition could become life threatening. At this point it should be remembered that even in these cases the mortality of this virus is much lower than that of the common flu.