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Breast cancer has stopped my life

A true story told by Itsaso. According to the WHO (World Health Organization), 1.38 million women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, making it the most common disease in women worldwide.

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Polycystic ovary syndrome: Can I still be a mother?

September is the month devoted to giving visibility to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), a very common but less well-known disorder. It is normal, when discovering that you suffer from PCOS, to ask yourself: will it affect my fertility? Understanding the difference between polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and polycystic ovaries (PCO) helps to answer this question. It’s a case of two different conditions sharing the same symptom: polycystic ovaries. In this blog, we will explain their differences and how they can affect fertility. What are polycystic ovaries? There are many women suffering from polycystic ovaries who are not always aware of

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Implantation bleeding: How to tell?

Implantation bleeding is quite common: one out of three women experience this type of bleeding between the first and second week of pregnancy. In fact, for many, it can be the ultimate sign of pregnancy. However, it can also be confused with bleeding at the beginning of a woman’s menstrual period. This is why uncertainty and anxiety often arise when a woman in search of pregnancy is faced with this symptom. To avoid panic, it is important to be able to tell the difference between these two types of bleeding and interpret what each one means. What is implantation bleeding?

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Infertility and social environment: What will they say?

The opinion of the social environment may or may not matter much to a couple, but it will always have some impact. The support of family and friends is essential in managing the difficulties of coping with infertility. However, many couples hesitate to share their situation, afraid of being judged by others.


ROPA Method: all you need to know

If you and your partner want to become mothers, at IVF-Life we have the right treatment for you. The ROPA method is the assisted reproduction treatment for women couples wishing to become mothers. What is the ROPA Method? The ROPA method, or reception of the partner’s eggs, is in great demand among women couples who wish to actively participate in the process of conception, since it makes possible a shared maternity. It is a treatment that we perform on a very regular basis in our clinics in Alicante, Madrid and San Sebastian. What does the ROPA Method consist of? This

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Motherhood at 40. Is it possible?

Later motherhood is an increasingly common reality. It is one of the most important decisions in a woman’s life, which is why we tend to postpone it, waiting for a time of greater economic, professional, emotional and family stability. However, the question is, can I get pregnant after 40?   

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Fertility treatments

Male Infertility: can I still be a father?

Getting pregnant is not always easy. According to the latest studies, 1 in 8 couples suffer from fertility problems. It is common to think that infertility mainly concerns women, but the reality is different: male fertility is just as important as female fertility when it comes to trying to get pregnant. In fact, 33% of infertility cases are due to male problems. How to identify Male Infertility Like women, most men find out that they are infertile when it is time to try to get pregnant. This is because male infertility does not cause symptoms that are easily noticed. However,

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