Women’s health

Psychological support to cope with the current situation: Covid-19

Psychological support to cope with the current
situation: Covid-19

The coronavirus has come into our lives, this reality affects us all. The way of living the same situation is what will differentiate us.

The coronavirus has reached all our lives in the
form of a crisis. Let us understand an unexpected situation as a crisis, for
which we are not […]

2020-03-27T12:44:23+02:0027 de March de 2020|0 Comments

The importance of freezing techniques during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

The health emergency generated as a result of the impact of Covid-19 has caused an unprecedented total stop to activity in the field of assisted reproduction, following the safety recommendations of the main scientific societies. Although there is currently no evidence that the virus can be isolated in gametes and embryos, preventing pregnancy is suggested […]

2020-03-25T11:30:29+02:0025 de March de 2020|0 Comments

Coronavirus and Endometriosis

The pandemic we are currently experiencing due to the new coronavirus COVID-19 has obviously overshadowed everything else. Still, we do not want to forget that this month is an important month for those who suffer from endometriosis. Endometriosis is a chronic, painful, and incurable disease. We know that one of the possible causes of the […]

2020-03-25T12:42:31+02:0024 de March de 2020|0 Comments

Coronavirus COVID-19 and gestational diabetes

As
we know, pregnant women have been advised to self-isolate as a precaution
simply because they are pregnant.

Question.
Should the pregnant woman leave home isolation to go
to a health center to perform the O’Sullivan Test?

Answer.
NO.

Question.
A pregnant woman with a positive O’Sullivan test.
Should she leave isolation to go to a health center to perform the Oral Glucose
Overload?

Answer.
NO

 What
should […]

2020-03-23T20:03:30+02:0023 de March de 2020|0 Comments

Coronavirus resistence on a variety of surfaces

It has been recently confirmed that the coronavirus
can remain active even for several days depending on the surfaces on which it is
found. This proves that it is not only caught when airborne, where it remains
for 3 hours, but there are also other ways of propagation via contact with
objects on which it has landed.

Depending on the […]

2020-03-25T09:37:24+02:0022 de March de 2020|0 Comments

How does coronavirus (COVID-19) affect pregnant women?

On March 17 the SEGO (Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics) sent to all of its associates the Technical Document for the Management of pregnant women and newborns with COVID-19.

They are,
it warned, recommendations being reviewed continuously, subject to modification
if the epidemiological situation and the therapeutic options require it. The
document stated the following:

Management of a COVID-19 […]

2020-03-20T15:13:03+02:0020 de March de 2020|0 Comments

The risk of ectopic pregnancy following in vitro fertilisation (IVF)

An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus. The most common place for this to happen is in the Fallopian tubes and it impedes progress of the pregnancy.

In vitro fertilisation was traditionally believed to potentially increase the risk of this pathology.

A study published in the Fertility and Sterility journal covered this subject in detail and, further […]

2020-02-28T10:30:54+02:0028 de February de 2020|0 Comments

Does ovarian stimulation for in vitro fertilisation treatment increase the risk of gynaecological cancer?

One of the common concerns that women who are about to embark on in vitro fertilisation treatment have is the hypothetical risk of getting gynaecological cancer as a side effect of hormone stimulation.

Since in vitro fertilisation began, a number of different studies have been published that indicate that the risk of getting breast cancer, cancer of the ovaries, the […]

2020-02-07T10:10:08+02:007 de February de 2020|0 Comments

What can we see in ultrasound scans: follicles or oocytes?

Mistaking ovarian follicles for oocytes is one of the most common errors made by patients.

During ovarian stimulation, whether this is for regulating ovulation for insemination or for in vitro fertilisation, patients are administered different types of medicines depending on each case. However, there is one common aim: predicting and causing ovulation. This can be just once for patients attempting managed sexual intercourse and […]

2020-01-10T09:52:05+02:0010 de January de 2020|0 Comments

What is embryo mosaicism?

Human beings have 46 chromosomes (23 pairs) and these chromosomes contain all the genes in the genome. Half of the 46 chromosomes come from our father and the other half come from our mother. Right from the embryo stage, humans need the number of chromosomes to be normal in order for them to develop correctly. If […]

2019-11-29T09:56:33+02:0029 de November de 2019|0 Comments
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