We’re dedicating this Instituto Bernabeu forum topic to a very common technique used in the human reproduction laboratory:ICSI or Intracytoplasmic sperm injection. We have prepared this explicative video on the topic, in which Dr. Jorge Ten simply explains what this technique involves, how it is performed, its indications, history and evolution, as well as our reproductive biology team’s efforts to perfect the results. We hope you like it!
Since 1988, egg donation has been legally regulated in Spain. It is a well-controlled and anonymous process that can be carried out thanks to the solidarity of many people. We should bear in mind that Spain is the leading country in terms of organ donation, including egg donation and blood donation, which is quite common in our country. Continue Reading »
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) is a new technique used in Reproductive Medicine and is one of the main sources of innovation and research. PGD allows embryos to be selected from assisted reproduction cycles and tested for certain genetic or chromosomal abnormalitybefore being transferred to the womb.
One of the options for patients undergoing In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)techniqueswith remaining embryos, meaning high quality embryos that can be cryopreserved for the future, is to donate these embryos to other couples for reproductive purposes. In most cases, these embryos come from couples that have gone through double donation treatments (egg and sperm), and after achieving their goal of becoming parents, decide to donate their embryos so that other couples can achieve their own. Continue Reading »
Embryo implantation is the process in which the human embryo adheres to the endometrium, where it continues developing. The first step of this process begins with the dialogue between the embryonic and maternal cells. Continue Reading »
When we perform an assisted reproduction cycle, we try to optimise the results as much as possible. Currently, the most physiological way of achieving this is with an embryo culture that reaches the blastocyst stage. Continue Reading »
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