diabetes

What are the causes of recurrent pregnancy loss?

Spontaneous abortion is defined as an unexpected pregnancy loss before the foetus is viable. In other words, before week 22 of pregnancy and under 500g in weight. The frequency rate of spontaneous abortion is estimated to be between 15 and 20% amongst the general population and it is the most common of all complications during pregnancy.
A small percentage (between 2 and 5%) of cases are recurrent and this is what is known as recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL). […]

2018-09-11T17:49:04+02:0014 de September de 2018|0 Comments

Relevance of reproductive counselling

Before seeking pregnancy, women generally plan their gestation and take nutritional supplements, such as folic acid, which is fundamental for the prevention of defects of the neural tube in the foetus.
For greater assurance that this stage will be happy and free from complications, it is important to undergo prior reproductive counselling. Furthermore, it is appropriate to consider the need for some kind of specific additional counselling, according to the characteristics of the case. […]

2018-03-14T10:36:37+02:0016 de March de 2018|0 Comments

You can avoid passing hereditary diseases on to your children by taking the GCT (Genetic Compatibility Test)

Our Genetic Compatibility Test (GCT) based on next-generation DNA sequencing analyses over 600 diseases.
For a person with an hereditary disease, eliminating the chance of passing that disease on to their children becomes a desire as well as the very best gift they could give them. Sometimes, parents don’t even know they are carriers of a disease. A person with an hereditary disease will pass it on to his or her children. Sufferers carry a heavy weight upon their shoulders because they are aware that they will pass on health issues to their children and that this will have a negative impact on their quality of life or lead to premature death. In most cases, we are carriers of one recessive disease or another, but our health is not affected by it. However, there is the possibility that we might pass that disease on to our children. […]

2019-04-10T09:10:24+02:0024 de February de 2017|0 Comments

14th November, World Diabetes Day. Your Gynecological Care

On the occasion of the World Diabetes Day, we have dedicated today’s post. At Instituto Bernabeu, our different departments are prepared for the care of patients with this condition. The diabetic patient needs special care, so you should know all the information about your gynaecological and reproductive health, as well as the most appropriate method […]

2018-11-14T10:42:16+02:0014 de November de 2016|0 Comments

Chromosomal alterations in repeated miscarriages

Couples who get pregnant, either naturally or through assisted reproductive techniques, are especially worried about the successful outcome of the pregnancy.

Unfortunately, some pregnancies end in miscarriage or fetal loss in the week 20 of pregnancy, when the fetus is not able to survive outside of the maternal uterus. […]

2016-09-22T12:23:08+02:0018 de February de 2013|0 Comments
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