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Why am I not getting pregnant?

Article supervised by the medical team of the IVF-Spain clinic It’s not easy to stay optimistic when you want to become a mother and it just won’t work. The hope of eventually getting there, going to the doctor and trying to get pregnant is associated with intense and also frustrating feelings. In these moments, you may ask yourself: Why am I not getting pregnant? The answer to this question is that fertility can be affected by various reasons.

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The ABC of Embryo Selection

Embryo selection is a decisive phase in a fertility treatment. The success of the treatment will depend on it to a great extent.

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FAQS

Assisted hatching and embryo implantation: what is it and when is it recommended?

Implantation of the embryo is one of the most important steps in an assisted reproductive treatment. In many cases in which the embryo has been examined and all possible factors have been ruled out, but implantation has not been successful, it is recommended to use the Assisted Hatching technique to rule out the presence of a thickened outer membrane (also called zona pellucida), which prevents the embryo from exiting and thus implanting in the endometrium.

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FAQS

The two week wait: How to survive it and its symptoms?

That time between the embryo transfer and the result of the pregnancy test, also called the two week wait or beta hCG, is one of the most difficult phases of fertility treatment is nothing new. Today, we at IVF-Spain would like to talk about the symptoms that may occur during this process and give you some advice on how to better manage the waiting period. For this purpose, we have talked to our specialist Raquel Pascual, nurse and psychologist at the IVF-Spain clinic in Madrid.

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Fertility treatments

Reasons for unexplained Infertility

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.

Fertility Myths
Fertility treatments

Fertility Myths: Clearing up what no one dares to expose

You can choose the sex of your baby during fertility treatment. Taking contraceptives affects fertility. Getting pregnant is easy… Are you familiar with any of these fertility myths? To clear up misinformation, in this article we from IVF-Spain will set the record straight on those fertility myths that, sadly, we’ve all heard at some point or another.

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Egg donation

The role of epigenetics in egg donation treatment

Many women have to face the well-known “genetic grief” that occurs when one has to give up their own gametes. This can generate fear and frustration in some couples. However, this matter covers a still unknown and very interesting topic for our fertility specialists: epigenetics.

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Fertility treatments

PGT-A: Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidy

What are aneuploidies? What diseases are detected through the PGT-A test? Is it necessary to start fertility treatment in order to perform the test? Although there are three variants of PGS, depending on the alteration that needs to be detected, in this article, we are going to focus on PGT-A, the Preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy.