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Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Today we shared some sad news during our medical session. One of the cases we commented was Sandra P.’s. Sandra and Pedro came to our centre after 3 years of sterility due to a blockage in her fallopian tubes. They had undergone two In Vitro Fertilisation cycles at another centre and had had no success. Before...

Normozoospermia: Every Man’s Wish

Normozoospermia means normal sperm. When semen shows normal characteristics in a seminogram, it’s diagnosed normozoospermic. The volume of the sample must be over 2 ml, it must contain over 20 million sperm/ml, 25% of which must have good motility and at least 4% must look normal. As specialists in infertility, we’ve been warning about...

Frozen Embryos: How do They Live?

As we have learned from our patients’ comments, they know very little about how frozen embryos live. Some imagine walls full of shelves with little mini-bunks, others imagine rooms like huge fridges, others little capsules placed in beehive-like structures… truth is, they’re microscopic so they virtually take up no space. In one of the...

Resting After Embryo Transfer

This week we’re presenting a beautiful study in London, which has been awarded for being the Best Oral Presentation in the Congress and we would like to thank all colleagues that have taken part in it. The study shows what happens to embryos when they get to the uterus, both naturally through the fallopian...