Unless high quality embryos have been frozen, which can be used in Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET), many people find themselves in a complete dead end. They are afraid to continue their treatment, but cannot accept that this is not the end of the road. Standing strong is the one of the best options after failed IVF.
The level of AMH in the blood tends to decrease with age in parallel with the number of follicles, unlike other pituitary hormones (FSH and Inhibin B). As such, the anti-Mullerian hormone is considered to be the best reflection of the ovarian reserve. In addition, AMH is a good indicator of the success rate of […]
Uterine Fibroids are most often asymptomatic (without any symptoms perceived by patients) but they are sometimes revealed by: The rules increased in duration and abundance (called ” menorrhagia “) A feeling of pelvic heaviness Signs of compression of nearby organs ( constipation, difficulty urinating) Signs of complications from fibroids
The diagnosis of Oligospermia requires a biological analysis of the sperm called ” spermogram “. To know! A spermogram requires a sperm collection. The majority of laboratories ask that the sperm collection be done directly in the laboratory in order to avoid sperm degradation between the collection and the analysis.
Embryos that are not transferred can then be cryopreserved. They can be used afterward during a thawing cycle. The data currently available demonstrates that pregnancy rates with cryopreserved embryos are equivalent to a fresh transfer. The law allows your embryos to be kept for 10 years. In our unit and according to clearly established criteria, […]
The bleeding is the most obvious miscarriage symptoms. These occur before, during or after the miscarriage. Emergency consultation is therefore highly recommended. However, not all bleeding means that a spontaneous termination of pregnancy takes place. From mild blood loss and not serious loss can occur during pregnancy. In addition to this symptom, a pregnant woman […]
The collection of oocytes (follicular puncture) is carried out under general anesthesia and lasts about twenty minutes: the specialist punctures the follicles using a needle through the walls of the vagina and collects the oocytes by aspiration of follicular fluid, the everything under ultrasound control. The intervention is followed by a few hours of rest […]
In this procedure, the woman has prescribed fertility drugs and the ovulation cycle is monitored, a sperm sample from the partner or donor is washed and prepared for insemination. The timing of insemination is monitored and performed just before ovulation for the success of the procedure. Let’s know the IUI cost below.
It is important to note that an IVF failure can provide information for the success of the next IVF treatment and also, options after failed IVF. Many problems encountered during a failed first IVF attempt can be resolved to eliminate or reduce the risk of the same problem occurring on a second IVF attempt.