Assisted Reproduction

Assisted Reproduction – Sperm Activation for Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)


Sperm Activation for Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) The procedure for cleansing and activating the semen is carried out as mentioned in the previous pages. However, the final volume loaded into the catheter transferred to the endometrial cavity should not be too large if the volume of the concentrated sample that [...]

Assisted Reproduction – Cycle Tracking


Cycle Tracking The application of intrauterine insemination in conjunction with the monthly tracking of a woman’s ovulation cycle is an alternative, painless and minimally invasive assisted reproduction process. This procedure involves tracking the ovulation cycle under ultrasound to determine which day the ovum will be released from the [...]

Assisted Reproduction – Chromosome Analysis & Sperm DNA: FISH & APOPTOSIS


Chromosome Analysis & Sperm DNA: FISH & APOPTOSIS One of the most modern techniques is the analysis of the number of chromosomes and the quality of the sperms' DNA. These two techniques can give us additional useful information regarding sperm quality and not just by a single sperm [...]

Assisted Reproduction – Intrauterine insemination (IUI)


Intrauterine insemination (IUI) Recent studies on intrauterine insemination suggest that better results can be achieved when the IUI is combined with mild ovarian stimulation to produce more than one egg. In this case, medications are administered to stimulate the ovaries to produce several follicles and thus increase the [...]

Assisted Reproduction – General Information


Assisted Reproduction - General Information Assisted reproduction is defined as all treatments or procedures for the purpose of establishing a pregnancy. Procedures vary depending on the reasons of infertility faced by a couple. Assisted reproduction includes: Gynaecological and andrological examination to detect possible reasons for infertility. [...]

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