Endometrial receptivity analysis (ERA) in patients who require assisted reproduction: is there sufficient evidence?
The ‘implantation window’ defines the period of time during which the endometrium in the mother’s uterus is in suitable condition for embryo implantation. Determining when this implantation window occurs is an intense field of study within […]
Become a father after the age of 40 – 50. Does it have any risks?
Many studies has been made on how older maternal age is related to a lower probability of achieving pregnancy. Higher miscarriages frequency and higher risk of certain chromosomal abnormalities in the foetus. But little attention […]
Is it advisable to have sexual intercourse after the embryo transfer?
One common question that is often asked after the embryo transfer is whether it is advisable to have sexual intercourse or not while you wait for the pregnancy to be confirmed. The fact is that during the […]
Oligoastenozoospermia and its treatment to achieve pregnancy
Oligoasthenozoospermia consists of a decrease in the concentration and percentage of motile spermatozoa in a sperm sample and is determined by means of a sperminogram or sperm analysis. The sperminogram is currently a basic tool […]
Assisted reproduction treatment for transsexual patients
Reproductive health includes an individual’s right to conceive and the right to decide when to do so. As we have previously pointed out, when speaking about reproduction in 2016, the World Health Organization recognised the […]
What is a hydrocele? Symptoms and treatment
A hydrocele is the accumulation of fluid in the testicular covers (in one or both testicles) causing an almost permanent swelling of the scrotum. Is not rare in newborns, but they occur more frequently in […]
Mumps, what is it? Parotitis, more commonly known as “mumps”, is a contagious viral disease that affects one or both parotid glands (major salivary glands) situated behind the ascending rami of the mandible. It is caused by the mumps […]
Genetic Incompatibility between the couple, does this exist?
It is thought that about 20% of the reproductive problems are genetic or chromosomal. That is why the genetic testing is now an essential part of the fertility study carried out on couples who come to our centre for help to […]
Breast cancer is the most common malignant tumour found in women and it is the main cause of death in women due to cancer in the world. Over the last few years, there has been an […]
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis without biopsy non-invasive: niPGT-A
What is PGD without biopsy (niPGT-A)? The goal of in vitro fertilization is to have a healthy child. For this purpose, in the last decades different methods have been developed to perform a genetic diagnosis […]