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PGD reduces the number of transfers needed to achieve a pregnancy

This method for embryo selection reduces the number of transfers needed to have a healthy baby, and it also significantly decreases the likelihood of miscarrying. It is a well-known fact that maternal age plays a role in reproduction. We are

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New research on male infertility: Fertile Chip – What does it really entail?

Male factor infertility is -increasingly- being addressed in important studies and scientific publications. And although the most basic test in the study of infertility is the semen analysis, when additional information is needed we can turn to more specific tests such

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Infertility tests: Why doesn´t every clinic ask for the same?

I am often asked during consultations why we ask for certain tests that other clinics have not asked for, or indeed why those other clinics did not ask for that test, something which might have meant a successful outcome in

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Metformin, a drug that will later compensate.

Metformin is a classic medication used by patients, who suffer from Diabetes, type 2, and for more than a decade, numerous studies link this with fertility.  Metformin is capable of making the organism act at various levels: in the muscles,

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Nutrition and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

20% of women in Spain suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).  This is a hereditary hormonal imbalance which begins to emerge in adolescence and is responsible for irregular menstruations, tendency to put on weight and unwanted hair growth, as well

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The days after the transfer

The big day’s arrived.  The day of the transfer.  Everything’s gone well, just the waiting now.  The hours pass, I’m feeling more and more nervous, I’ve got inside of me my embryos.  I’m walking carefully because I don’t want to

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