Incompatibilidad Rh Rh incompatibility

Rh incompatibility in pregnancy

Have you heard about Rh incompatibility? One of the first steps when confirming pregnancy is a blood test. Among other aspects, this test allows to know the woman’s blood group, as well as her Rh factor. The reason for determining it is due to the relevance that it can take on the health of the…

infertilidad primaria primary infertility

Infertility: primary or secondary

As we have discussed on other occasions, primary or secondary infertility can be due to a large number of factors in men and women, which cover a range of physical and emotional origins that can be present in one or both parts of the couple.   In the case of determining whether infertility is primary…

células madre Stem cells

Stem cells in infertility treatments

On many occasions we have heard about stem cells, but do you know what they are? What are the benefits? What types of cells are there?   We must begin by knowing exactly what a stem cell is, and it is nothing more than a type of cell that has the ability to form an…

PICSI

What is PICSI?

PICSI (Physiological Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is a technique that facilitates the selection of the most mature sperm using a molecule similar to the one that naturally covers the oocyte. PICSI, like ICSI, are techniques used in In Vitro Fertilization.   PICSI consists of depositing a small part of the semen sample in a few synthetic…

maternidad conjunta joint motherhood

FIVMadrid the best option for your joint motherhood

Medicine has evolved technologically and socially, embracing sexual diversity and offering joint motherhood to those lesbian couples who want to start a family. It is estimated that between 1% -5% of the world’s female population is made up of lesbians and that almost 30-50% of them, either alone or in tune with their partners, feel…

embarazo molar molar pregnancy

Do you know molar pregnancy?

Molar pregnancy is the result of deformed growth of the placenta as a result of abnormal fertilization of the ovum. This type of pregnancy is also known as a hydatidiform mole.   In molar pregnancy, the placenta becomes a fluid-filled mass of tissue in snowflakes shape or bunches of grapes.   There are two types…

miomas fibroid fibroids

Uterine fibroids and pregnancy consequences

Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that are generated by the growth of smooth muscle cells found in the uterus. Fibroids generally appear in women of childbearing age, increasing their appearance before the end of this stage.   It is a pathology in which multiple factors such as hormonal, vascular, genetic and profibrotic can intervene.  …

matching genético Genetic Compatibility Test

Why should I do a Genetic Compatibility Test?

The Genetic Compatibility Test is a study that analyzes the couple’s genes to calculate the chances that a future child will inherit certain pathologies. These pathologies are collectively called autosomal recessive diseases.   Being a genetic test, it is all related to the inheritance of patterns that are transmitted from parents to children. In many cases,…

estrés y ansiedad stress and anxiety

Stress and anxiety affect assisted reproduction

Difficulty having children when the person or partner wishes to have them results in a picture of stress and anxiety generated by unsuccessful attempts to achieve pregnancy naturally.   Many women and couples come to the consultation with a negative predisposition for the time previously invested without success. Stress affects fertility directly through the autonomic,…