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infertilidad masculina
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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FAQS

Ovarian stimulation: What should I know?

In today’s article, we will discuss a very important issue for any woman undergoing assisted reproduction treatment: ovarian stimulation or controlled ovarian stimulation (COS). Understanding this step in the context of fertility treatment requires a clear understanding of how a woman’s body works.

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Fertility treatments

Adenomyosis: A possible cause of infertility in women

Until a few years ago there was little knowledge about adenomyosis. What we already did know is, that is associated with heavy bleeding and severe menstrual pain, as well as a uterus with a larger size. Nowadays, thanks to advances in ultrasound techniques, it is easier for experts to diagnose adenomyosis. This uterine alteration can cause fertility problems, affecting the successful implantation of an embryo, which leads to recurrent implantation failures.

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Endometriosis and pregnancy – Is it related to infertility?

Did you know that endometriosis and pregnancy may be related? Endometriosis is actually one of the reasons why some women may not be able to get pregnant. Despite the excruciating menstrual pain that many women with this condition suffer and a chance of 30-50% of resulting in infertility, it is still a topic in our society that is not very talked about, which is why it’s often referred to as the silent disease. This is why we spoke to the fertility specialists at IVF-Life about endometriosis and pregnancy.

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Egg donation

Fresh or frozen eggs… Which option is better?

If we compare the pregnancy rate of treatments with egg donation with fresh or frozen eggs, we can observe that they are very similar. Once the eggs have been joined with the sperm by microinjection, the development is very similar, regardless of whether they are fresh or frozen eggs. We spoke to Dr Llanos Medrano, senior embryologist at the international clinic for assisted reproduction IVF-Life Alicante, to answer these questions…

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Egg donation

Does exercise improve fertility?

Part of our duties as health professionals is to advocate for a healthy lifestyle and for exercise in general. Today we spoke to Dr. Alejandra García-Villalba, gynaecologist and fertility specialist at IVF-Life Alicante, about the impact of physical exercise on fertility.

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FAQS

Female fertility specialists

On the 11th of February we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. We want to dedicate this day to give visibility to all the female fertility specialists and researchers at IVF-Life. To all those girls who dreamed of working to contribute to the scientific community and succeeded in doing so.

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Egg donation

Can I still become a mother after having cancer?

Being diagnosed with breast cancer can be a shocking and absolutely devastating experience. Especially for someone that dreams of still becoming a parent by own means. The International Agency for Research on Cancer estimated that approximately 19.3 million new cases will be diagnosed worldwide in 2020. However, we know that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the number of new diagnoses, so the actual number of cancers diagnosed in 2020 is likely to be lower. Cancer has become a disease that appears more and more frequently, with over 55,000 women diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the UK alone.