What is artificial insemination?
It is the introduction of semen, previously trained, into the uterine cavity. Previously, the woman is prepared with drugs that increase ovarian production. After causing ovulation, semen is injected directly into the fundus of the uterus, thus shortening its passage through the female genital organ.
- Some ovulation disorders
- Tightness in the cervix
- Inability of the sperm to reach their destination.
- Slight to moderate decreases in the number, motility or shape of the sperm.
- Ejaculation disorders
- And in some cases of unexplained infertility
Induction to Ovulation
Phases of Treatment
What is ovulation induction?
It consists of the administration of drugs that promote follicular development and the subsequent release of eggs from the ovary. To achieve pregnancy, sexual intercourse or reproductive techniques are programmed to coincide with ovulation.
STIMULATION AND CONTROLS
CONFIRMATION OF PREGNANCY
In vitro fertilization
What is In Vitro Fertilization?
It consists of the fertilization of the ovum with the sperm outside the woman’s body, it is carried out in a laboratory assisted by embryologists.
An ovarian stimulation guided by the infertologist is required to obtain several eggs that will be extracted by follicular aspiration of the ovary. Once fertilized in the laboratory, they are introduced into the woman’s uterus to achieve a pregnancy.
Pregnancy rates after IVF-ICSI treatment are around 50%, confirmed with a positive heart beat. In any case, they depend on the age of the woman and the possible concurrent causes that have determined the indication for treatment. Results also vary depending on the number of embryos transferred. The risk of abortion, once the pregnancy is achieved, is the same as in a natural pregnancy, something similar happens with fetal alterations, which are similar to that of pregnancies achieved without medical help.
Preservation of Female Fertility
What does it consist of?
It consists in that you can preserve your young eggs in perfect condition until the moment you decide to be a mother . Factors such as age, genetics, lifestyle habits or the clinical situation mean that the reproductive capacity of women can be considerably reduced.
Now, thanks to advanced cryopreservation techniques, science makes it possible for us to preserve fertility without the passage of time running against us.
When to preserve your fertility?
If you have always wanted to be a mother but the ideal moment has not yet arrived, you must preserve your fertility, the main causes of infertility are based on advanced age. From 25 to 35 years of age, the reproductive capacity of women decreases up to 50%.
How do we preserve your fertility?
How long will my frozen eggs wait for you?
And when you want to be a mother, we will follow this step by step to achieve your pregnancy:
The joy of knowing who comes into our lives.
DETERMINING THE SEX OF THE BABY IN MATERNAL BLOOD
We achieved a non-invasive extraction technique for cell-free fetal DNA, in maternal blood from week 9, where 4 biomarkers are evaluated, thus determining the sex of the baby.
Results in 48 hours.
WHAT IS THE PANORAMA SCREENING?
PANORAMA IS A NON-INVASIVE PRENATAL SCREENING TEST (NIPT) that is performed with a blood sample taken by venipuncture from the mother’s forearm. During pregnancy, some DNA from the baby is transferred into the mother’s bloodstream. Panorama examines this DNA to determine if there is evidence of certain genetic conditions that can affect the baby’s health.
WHAT RESULTS CAN I GET WITH PANORAMA?
Requirements for the test
2 Streck tubes of 10 ml blood (Request kits for sampling)
Results in 15 business days
WHAT IS TUBAL RECANALIZATION?
In the world many patients choose Tubectomy (Fallopian Tube Ligation) as the definitive method of contraception to avoid having more children. But many of these patients around 6% to 15% reconsider their decision for multiple reasons, such as change of partner, death of a child and want a pregnancy again.
What is Tubal Recanalization : It is a surgical procedure in which it is sought to reconnect the tubes previously amputated or cut in the tubectomy to make them permeable again, reestablish fertility and thus allow new pregnancies.
How is Tubal Recanalization performed : There are two surgical techniques that allow the fallopian tubes to be recanalized, the first technique is by Laparotomy or Open Surgery where an incision similar to that of a cesarean section is made where the abdominal cavity is entered and the tubes to repair them and the other route is Laparoscopic in which small incisions are made in the navel and abdomen to achieve the insertion of instruments that will allow the repair of the tubes without the need for large surgical wounds, with a faster recovery.
Tubal recanalization by both Laparotomy or Laparoscopic surgical routes has similar success rates between 60-80 %.
Conditions for Tubal Recanalization :
- Complete medical and psychological evaluation.
- Maternal age less than 37 years.
- Time of tubectomy or tubal ligation less than 10 years.
- Know the technique used in the previous tubectomy, this because sometimes there is tubectomy with extensive damage to the tube that makes it difficult to achieve recanalization.
Risk of Tubal Recanalization : Tubal recanalization is a safe, outpatient procedure, with minimal risks for the patient with a fairly rapid recovery.
It is also important to inform the patient that after tubal recanalization there is an increased risk of ectopic pregnancies due to the fact that in the healing process narrowings in the tube can be generated that make it difficult to transport the embryo.
Disovulation (ovulation disorders) constitutes more than a third of fertility abnormalities, usually patients present changes in their menstrual cycle with amenorrhea (lack of menstruation for more than three months), oligomenorrhea (frequent delays in the menstrual cycle).
Ovulation induction is reserved only for patients who have deficient ovulation confirmed by clinical, ultrasound or biochemical examination.
Our group of professionals has the ability to clarify what type of disorder your fertility presents, we always comprehensively evaluate both the male and female factor and corroborate with ultrasound and laboratory analyzes the need for the use of some medication to optimize ovulation.
Each one of the causes of poor ovulation has medications that allow the reproductive specialist to use them in order to induce, improve and coordinate the moment of ovulation and thus apply the different techniques in assisted reproduction such as the indication of the fertile week. , artificial insemination with semen from the husband or a donor, hyperstimulation of egg retrieval prior to IVF (in vitro fertilization) or ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection).
The extensive experience that our specialists in human reproduction, their constant training in national and international courses, discussing case by case with their colleagues and embryologists result in the best opportunity to solve their reproduction problems in the shortest possible time and with optimization. of the economic resource so that the patients of LEAVING FERTILITY FOOTPRINT, feel that they are best cared for.