fertility treatment

The advantages of comprehensive chromosome screening (PGS/PGT-A/CCS) in women of an advanced maternal age

Women currently seek guidance on reproduction at a much older age than they did some years ago. As a result, amongst the women who undergo fertility treatment, there is a significant group of women of an advanced age and their prognosis is poorer. This is a huge challenge for reproduction specialists. […]

2018-09-06T09:36:01+02:007 de September de 2018|0 Comments

What became of my embryos? Haven’t I got embryos to freeze?

These are just some of the questions that couples might ask at an important time during their treatment, just before embryo transfer.
In all cases of fertility treatment involving the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) laboratory, it is essential that all couples are given extensive, detailed and personalised information. This means talking about the embryo fertilisation and development processes.
When only a few fertilised oocytes are available as a result of poor ovarian reserve, transfer is carried out on day 2 or 3 of development in around 60% of cases because at this stage we can clearly select the embryos that are suitable for transfer. In around half of these cases it is not possible to cryopreserve embryos for future attempts. […]

2017-12-05T11:22:45+02:007 de December de 2017|0 Comments

What are follicles? Number, growth and other characteristics

What are ovarian follicles?
To start with, let’s state what follicles are not. Follicles are not oocytes (eggs). Many patients confuse these terms, believing that follicle equals oocyte.
The female gamete is the egg, and the male gamete is the sperm. These are the cells involved in embryos obtained after fertilization. […]

2014-12-09T13:54:23+02:001 de September de 2014|53 Comments

Avoiding multiple pregnancy: Why is it important to avoid pregnancy of twins or triplets?

Multiple pregnancy is, along with ovarian hyperstimulation, the most significant complication in fertility treatments.
Most couples that go through assisted reproduction techniques consider multiple pregnancies to be desirable or the lesser evil. However, pregnancies of twins and even more so triplets are associated with a series of complications that challenge the pregnancy ending in the birth of a healthy baby. Let us not forget that the birth of a healthy baby is the only objective of assisted reproductive techniques. […]

2017-09-19T12:54:35+02:0029 de August de 2013|0 Comments

What is the Ovarian Reserve? How important is it for fertility?

More and more women ask us every day about the importance of their age and if they should become pregnant sooner rather than later.
[…]

2018-02-02T09:59:39+02:0021 de November de 2011|0 Comments

Heparin and Fertility

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 Miscarriages or Implantation Failure”:

Heparin as a Treatment for Repeat Miscarriages or Implantation Failure


Since the discovery of Heparin, an effective anti-coagulant agent, it has been used in many fields of medicine. It has recently been used in fertility treatments (IVF, egg donation, etc.) in two ways: firstly as a preventive treatment for thromboembolic phenomena and secondly as an adjunctive therapy in cases of implantation failure or repeat miscarriage. […]

2017-05-11T12:27:26+02:0029 de June de 2011|2 Comments
Do you need help?