Intracytoplasmic injection is also a fertility treatment. It is used in case of poor quality of germ cells of the future father. The embryologist selects the most viable and strong sperm and, using microinjection, injects it into the egg, during the procedure.
Asherman's syndrome or intrauterine synechiae - a pathological condition during which adhesions and scars are formed in the uterus, resulting from injuries, surgical interventions, and frequent infectious diseases. Synechiae, which are formed as a result of external factors, are constrictions, threads, membrane, in the form of a cobweb or solid.
It has long been known that overweight can be the cause of many health problems. And the reproductive system of a woman is not an exception, because there are many studies that show that being overweight is often the reason for unsuccessful attempts at fertilization and pregnancy in general.
The number of infertile couples in the world is growing. Different methods of treatment are used for different diseases. One of the most successful are in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intrauterine insemination (IUI).
Young parents often dream of a large family with twins. Because, they believe that having given birth to two children once, they will be able to relax and fulfill all desires about motherhood. After all, then, their children will grow, develop and play together, which contributes to the child's socialization, since there is no age difference.
For many decades, scientists have been looking for ways to influence DNA so that we can overcome serious illnesses, eliminate malformations, cancer, etc. To do this, you need to learn how to influence DNA, edit your sequences, remove unnecessary ones, but most importantly, do it safely for the human body.
Today we have access to in vitro fertilization supplements, which are aimed at eliminating problems from the male side. Indeed, sometimes, the quality of the sperm does not allow the sperm to penetrate the egg, even being just in one test tube.
Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is a technique used to diagnose the anatomical structure of the inner uterine cavity and fallopian tubes. The doctor checks the integrity, passivity and condition of the uterus and tubes with the help of x-ray contrast fluid.
Chorionic gonadotropin or, as doctors like to abbreviate, HCG is one of the most important sex hormones in a woman's body, which is the first laboratory sign of pregnancy. Therefore, it is also known under the name "pregnancy hormone", because it is produced by the chorion after a week of ovulation and 1-2 days after egg implantation.