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Genetic Disorders and Male Infertility

Posted on March 29th, 2018

As assisted reproductive technology (ART) has been making breakthroughs in understanding infertility and its causing factors, one of the fields to explore was always genetics. It appeared that in females as well as in males, infertility can indeed be due to genetic causes. Researchers have explored how chromosomal abnormalities and genetic mutations can lead to […]

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Blood Clotting Problems and Follicles Stimulation

Posted on March 22nd, 2018

The reasons why intended parents turn to surrogacy and egg donation are various. The majority of us are already well familiar with the most common ones : intended mother’s age or her low ovarian reserve. The common reasons also include health and genetic conditions that either interfere with ovulation and healthy cycle or have a […]

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Kallmann Syndrome and Infertility

Posted on March 15th, 2018

The syndrome we are going to discuss is a genetic disorder that affects both females and males. Having a straightforward connection with sexual hormones and the sexual maturation, you will further see why Kallmann syndrome is an indication that the patient will most likely need to consider IVF treatment as well as egg donation when […]

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Synechiae of the Uterine Cavity

Posted on March 8th, 2018

Endometriosis is a common cause of infertility. It is a disease, which is defined by local uterine tissue growing outside the uterus, which causes inflammation and irritation. It is one of the most painful disorders that occur when the tissue that usually lines the inside of the uterus, known as the endometrium, begins to develop […]

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Can Number of Eggs be Assured after Egg Retrieval?

Posted on March 1st, 2018

The decision to get help from an egg donor to have a baby is one of the most important choices intended parents will ever make. It is a vital phase in the IVF procedure, when they agree to get eggs from a donor. This usually happens when an intended parent experiences failures in the IVF […]

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Intervals Between the Follicles Stimulations

Posted on February 23rd, 2018

Conventional IVF is also known as a “test tube baby” treatment and is used very widely. With the help of egg donation and IVF, women who struggle with infertility still have a very good chance of having babies. Let us share some of the essential and interesting facts about IVF with you. A little bit […]

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When Does the Doctor Recommend Replacing the Surrogate Mother for the Program

Posted on February 16th, 2018

Selecting a surrogate mother is a complex process and consists of several steps. First of all, choosing an appropriate candidate is a huge job and a great responsibility for an IVF doctor. Numerous factors have to be checked and double checked before admitting a surrogate mother to a program : medical history, current state of […]

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Sperm Analysis- How Sperm Count Affects Infertility

Posted on February 6th, 2018

It’s always worth remembering that males are just as likely to encounter fertility issues as women are. In fact, almost half of infertility cases are related to problems in the male partner. For couples who are having problems with conceiving, together with the examinations that females go through, male partners are also recommended to do […]

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Adenomyosis as a Cause for Female Infertility

Posted on February 1st, 2018

Speaking about the conditions that affect fertility and may become a reason for surrogacy- adenomyosis can be one of them. What is Adenomyosis? Adenomyosis is a gynaecological disorder during which the inner lining of the uterus, the endometrium, penetrates the muscular tissues of the uterus, the myometrium. Uterine walls grow thicker and the condition tends […]

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Types of Egg Retrieval in IVF

Posted on January 24th, 2018

Egg retrieval is a relatively quick and painless procedure. Patients are sedated and are given a pain medication. A female does not feel any pain and the whole procedure will usually not last longer than 20 minutes. However, quick and painless does not necessarily mean that the procedure is simple to perform and is not […]

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