The Assisted reproduction, also known as Artificial Fertilization, consists of a set of techniques that use biomedical methods and medical treatments intended for pregnancy (in case of male or female fertility problems, or both), which favor, or they can substitute the natural process of fertilization.
For assisted reproduction to obtain successful results, it must be carried out using the most suitable techniques, according to each of the circumstances and particular problems of each couple or woman.
About 15% of couples or women of childbearing age will experience infertility. This percentage increases if it is women over 35 years of age.
A couple is considered infertile when, after a year of sexual intercourse without using contraceptive methods, they do not achieve a pregnancy. The cause of infertility can be both male and female, and sometimes both at the same time.
Tubal obstruction of the tubes
Cycles with irregular or abnormal ovulation
Malformations, low concentration or poor mobility of the sperm
Other risk factors
Before establishing an assisted reproductive treatment, it is essential to know the causes of infertility. For this reason, we must study both women and men.
It is an Assisted Reproduction technique that consists of depositing the male's sperm inside the uterus, just at the moment when the woman is ovulating.
It is an Assisted Reproduction technique that consists of depositing the sperm of a male donor of semen inside the uterus, just at the moment when the woman is ovulating.
It is a laboratory technique used to fertilize a donor's eggs with sperm from your partner, reproducing the natural conditions that would occur in the woman's body.
It offers those women who wish to delay the moment of being mothers the possibility of choosing the most suitable moment to become pregnant.
By freezing sperm, male fertility can be preserved by storing cryopreserved male semen samples in sperm banks.