A less invasive, simpler technique: SOFT IVF or MINI IVF

Having a sufficient number of mature egg cells is one of the key steps to obtaining excellent results in a cycle of in vitro fertilisation (IVF). In order to achieve this, the ovaries need to be stimulated and, contrary to what happens during a natural cycle, the ovaries need to simultaneously mature an appropriate number of eggs.
The most commonly used stimulation protocols are based on the use of doses of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). These may or may not be administered along with other drugs and vary between 150 and 300 IU/day. The response will be somewhere between 7 and 15 follicles. […]

2017-05-11T09:56:07+02:0012 de May de 2017|0 Comments

In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF). What are the potential complications?

In vitro fertilisation is the most common form of reproductive medicine and, since the issues which need to be solved are often complex, it is not always possible to get the desired result.
Over the last few decades, the risks associated with in vitro fertilisation (FIV) have gone down considerably. […]

2017-10-02T14:49:39+02:0021 de April de 2017|0 Comments
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