Since the first IVF baby was born in 1978, countless tests have been developed, both diagnostic and treatment. In this section you will find in detail the advances that have allowed the birth of millions of children in the world.
Given the essential role of the endometrial receptivity in the success of any Assisted Reproduction treatment (In Vitro Fertilisation, frozen embryo transfers (CT) or egg donation cycles), the uterus’ capacity to “accept” the embryo must […]
The two most commonly found malignant tumours in women are from cervical cancer and breast cancer. Early diagnosis of cervical cancer is possible due to first and secondary prevention techniques (vaccination and Pap smear). Breast […]
Embryo transfer is the point of culmination in a number of different courses of assisted reproduction treatment. Examples include in vitro fertilisation, egg donation, embryo adoption, using cryopreserved embryos and so on. Whilst it is not technically the most […]
This post has been modified according to the latest updated use of Heparin in Assisted Reproduction treatments. Please check out the following link to see the latest publication on “Heparin as a Treatment for Repeat […]
During these first 8 weeks, our baby is in what we call the embryonic stage. Physiologically, babies begin to develop the beginnings of limbs, which will result in their arms and legs. Their height reaches 9 […]
Perhaps one of the most devastating feelings that both doctors and patients have to endure during in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment is finding out that pregnancy has not been achieved following several attempts, or that […]