New fertility techniques are the solution for many couples who want to have a baby. The deeper the disorder requires a more precise technique. In those women who are likely to have tubal problems, they are susceptible to being treated with in vitro fertilization. If the entire genital system of the
New fertility techniques are the solution for many couples who want to have a baby. The deeper the disorder requires a more precise technique. In those women who are likely to have tubal problems, they are susceptible to being treated with in vitro fertilization.
If the entire genital system of the woman is normal and what fails is the seminal fluid, a sperm uptake can be done and favor the conception with an artificial insemination. When fertility problems affect both partners, the medical team must study the most appropriate technique for each case.
Techniques to achieve pregnancy
If it is confirmed that the couple is infertile, there are two possibilities of having children:
- If it is indicated, the medical treatment is done, either the gynecologist in case the infertility is of the woman or the urologist-andrologist in the case of male infertility. - When the cause of infertility requires another type of treatment, it is recommended the possibility of performing, if necessary, Artificial Insemination, Inseminated Semen Insemination, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI).
ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATIONIt is the introduction of semen into the female cervix through medical instruments. This technique is not painful. The semen can be from the spouse or from an anonymous donor, which has been previously frozen and maintained at -196 degrees.
INSEMINATION WITH SEMEN TRAINEDIt is a new process very useful for cases of men with few sperm in their seminal fluid. It involves filtering impurities from the semen, isolating the sperm from the seminal plasma and concentrating them by centrifugation, then depositing them in the uterine cavity.
IN VITRO FECUNDATION (F.I.V.)It is a technique used to fertilize the woman's ovum in the laboratory. The egg and the sperm are united in a test tube. Then, this fertilized ovum, called egg cell or zygote, is implanted in the woman's uterus to continue the pregnancy.
SPERM INTRACTOPLASMATIC INJECTIONIt consists of isolating an oocyte and a single sperm. Under microscopic vision and a sophisticated technique, the oocyte is perforated and the sperm is introduced inside. If it is fertilized, the embryo is transferred.
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