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IVF Treatments

Different Aspect of IVF treatment

IVF Treatments is breakthrough in the treatment of Fertility problems of masculine origin. This technique involves the insemination of an egg by microinjection of a sperm inside.

With ICSI, only one sperm per egg is required. The ovule once fertilized becomes a pre-embryo and uterus is transferred to continue its development.

IVF Treatments Process

In IVF Treatments, the important thing is our and our patients. Individualize each case, offer a personalized diagnosis and thus ensure that pregnancy is achieved, is the goal of the entire medical team that works in our assisted reproduction clinics. If a pregnancy is sought and it does not arrive by natural means, it is important to resort to the help of the medical professionals who will determine which is the most appropriate technique in each case. If the most suitable is In Vitro Fertilization, it begins with ovarian stimulation.

The treatment is performed in IVF treatment clinics and lasts between 10 and 20 days, depending on the protocol used and the speed of response of each patient. During the same, follow-up ultrasounds are performed (between 3 and 4) and the blood estradiol is measured to verify that the growth and evolution of the follicles are adequate throughout the process. The patient must follow the hormone injection schedule at home. It is important to always perform at the same time, that is, if the first stimulation is performed at 9:00 p.m., the rest of the injections are also in that time slot.

Once the follicles and the endometrial of the patient are at the optimal moment, the oocyte puncture is scheduled and prepared.

Puncture and laboratory

When it is verified by means of ultrasound that the follicles have reached the appropriate size and it is considered that an adequate number of ovules is already available, the follicular puncture is scheduled around 36 hours after the administration of a hCG hormone injection that induces the oocyte maturation in a similar way to how it takes place in the natural cycle. It is important that the patient does not miss this injection because it is absolutely necessary to perform the puncture.

Once the patient is finished, she returns to the room where she rests a little, dresses and can go home awaiting the call of the Laboratory that will inform her of the result of the extraction and fertilization. Although it is not usual, if after the puncture felt some discomfort, you can call the clinic to be informed of what steps to follow.