Dr. Belén Moliner has led new research that was presented at the last congress of the European Fertility Society (ESHRE). The study focused on patients with poor reproductive prognosis, relating progesterone levels to the analysis of uterine contractions on the day of the embryo transfer.
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Instituto Bernabeu has carried out research work that analyses if the vaginal and endometrial microbiome is different in patients who have been diagnosed with recurrent implantation failure (with an uncertain reproduction prognosis). The clinic compared them with women who undergo assisted reproduction treatment but who do not have a diagnosis of this kind.
Journalist Guillermo Arduino has interviewed Dr Rafael Bernabeu on his CNN TV show “Encuentro” to know more about the future of gametogenesis; the experimental in-lab creation of oocytes and sperm as an alternative for infertility issues on those patients who has lost their capability to create their own gametes.
This new research was presented at the last congress of the European Fertility Society that took place on last July. The aim of this study is to identify which embryo features are correlated with higher aneuploidy or mosaicism rates, and if it is possible to predict them.
At Instituto Bernabeu we want to make it easier for women who want to be a mother without a partner. That is why we give away this Guide, which can be downloaded free of charge, to help you in your life project of undertaking motherhood alone.
One of the latest scientific project carried out at Instituto Bernabeu has been accepted at the next European Society for Human Reproduction (ESHRE) congress. The aim of this research was to evaluate the accuracy of niPGT-A by comparing two different chromosome analysis techniques used to study the embryo
In the last meeting of reproductive medicine experts, the European Fertility Congress (ESHRE), we presented a new research developed entirely at Instituto Bernabeu clinics. The study focused on how the technique used for the biopsy prior to an embryonic genetic study (pulling and flicking) affected the genetic results, the rate and type of embryonic mosaicism, as well as the success of PGT-A cycles.
The enzyme methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) is involved in the metabolism of folic acid which is an essential nutrient for reproduction and pregnancy. There are studies that relate variants in the MTHFR gene with alterations in the embryo and problems with the pregnancy. The variants C677CT and A1298C are the most relevant. The aim of this study, accepted to be presented in a poster at this year's congress of the European Society of Reproduction ESHRE, was to study the relationship of these genetic changes with chromosomal abnormalities in the embryo and with the probability of pregnancy (ongoing pregnancy rate) after the transfer of chromosomally normal embryos