After deciding to perform an in vitro fertilization, a lot of specialists recommend to perform a Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS), which allows selecting the embryo with the greatest chances of producing a pregnancy.
Several factors can lead to in vitro fertilization (IVF) failure
Many women who have already undergone a cycle will not succeed in subsequent cycles. While not all issues related to IVF failure can be corrected, others can be addressed in an effort to reduce the likelihood of failure. It is important to understand what factors are involved in each particular situation.
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According to a new study, men with a moderate amount of exercise have better sperm motility in comparison to men who are less or more physically active.
When a couple or a single woman wants to start an assisted reproduction treatment, there are many elements to take into account to choose the most appropriate fertility clinic. Decision may change depending wheter you follow an emotional aspect, such as feeling a connection with the practitoner in the first visit, or you prefer to stick to the data collected while searching for the perfect fertility centre.
There are many families which every day turn to egg donation in order to achieve a very desired pregnancy. Thanks to anonymous donors, patients of fertility clinics fulfill their dream of starting their own family.
Polycystic ovaries are not an obstacle for fertility
Many women suffer from polycystic ovaries not always knowing what it actually means. Mainly, and in order to make in simple, polycystic ovaries means that there are many more tiny follicles in a reposing ovary than normal (more than eight). Curiously, polycystic ovaries include large genetic information that is different in each race. For example, women from Western Europe, like Spain, are much more likely to have polycystic ovaries than others. It is true that having Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) does not always mean infertility.