IVF-Life Alicante

The importance of a personalised treatment

At IVF-Life 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. All our treatments are carried out taking into account the patient’s medical history, medical background and other personal aspects. Also important is the availability to travel to our centre, especially when it comes to international patients who are not resident in our country. We know that such an important decision as starting a fertility treatment needs to be

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Breast cancer has stopped my life

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. Although breast cancer is without doubt one of the most common women’s diseases, it can also affect men. According to American studies, it affects 1% of them. It is a malignant tumour that develops when tumour cells appear in the glandular tissue of the breast and attack the healthy tissue around it. The possible causes of this type of cancer are still largely unknown, according to the Spanish Cancer Society (AECC). Family history, age

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Multiple sclerosis and pregnancy: are they compatible?

According to the World Health Organisation, multiple sclerosis (MS) is estimated to affect more than 1.8 million people worldwide, being most commonly prevalent in young people, especially in women. In the years that we at IVF-Life have been involved in assisted reproduction, we have met many women who suffer from this condition and, therefore, we are aware of how necessary it is for those who are in the same situation to be aware of how multiple sclerosis and the desire to conceive are related. What is multiple sclerosis and how does it manifest itself? Multiple sclerosis is a neurological and

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Uterine and ovarian rejuvenation: A new pathway to fertility

The passage of time, and everything it entails, especially affects fertility and specifically female fertility. However, thanks to science and reproductive medicine, there are increasingly more possibilities for those couples who, for various reasons, find difficulties in conceiving. Currently, there are treatments based on regenerative medicine that allow many women to reactivate the correct functioning of their reproductive organs and tissues, such as what is known as ovarian and uterine rejuvenation. For this reason, in IVF-Life, we bring you in this article some of the most outstanding keys of these techniques that are gradually gaining ground in the world 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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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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What is the male factor infertility?

The male factor infertility represents approximately 40% of all causes of infertility. The abnormal quality of the sperm affects practically 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. In this article, we want to get you in contact with the so-called ‘male factor’ in more detail: its causes, diagnosis and treatment.

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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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