Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Ivf Infertility Success Rate

According to figures from Infertility institute based in Pereira, it is estimated that in the coffee, about 20% of the population suffers some fertility problem and many are unaware of this situation.

After several treatments has achieved the birth of over 400 babies through early consultation assisted family to study the case and propose a solution.


Treatment for male infertility depends on the cause and then the concept of a specialist can see a solution that allows to overcome the condition of bearing and psychic implications that fall on the reaction partner.

This can repair system that allows movement of sperm.
It is possible to reverse the vasectomy surgery in 85% of cases, but many men remain infertile even after removing the obstruction. Treating other complications (such as those due to past infections) may be more difficult. The surgery can also repair varicoceles, but may not restore fertility.

Hormonal therapy
If the cause is hormonal, treatment with injections of hormones (luteinizing and follicle stimulating) usually succeeds. However, it may be required a year or more of therapy to get enough sperm production and restore fertility.

Assisted reproduction
Other options for a couple to achieve conception are assisted reproductive techniques. These treatments include methods such as collecting sperm and placed in the uterus, combining an egg with sperm outside the body (in vitro fertilization) or injecting a single sperm into an egg (intracytoplasmic sperm injection).

Evaluation of male infertility
If after a year of trying to conceive, you and your partner fail to do so, both should consult fertility specialists. A urologist or reproductive endocrinologist can help to diagnose and treat infertility.

A first step that will allow closer to the origin of this problem is in the patient's medical history since childhood and infections and sexually or damage to the testicles transmitted diseases.

The test also includes a physical exam to check for signs of low testosterone or other conditions that affect fertility (as small or absent testicles). Also the specialist will perform a semen analysis to determine quantity, movement and shape of sperm.

Blood tests detect hormone deficiencies. In addition, your doctor may also do a transrectal ultrasound.

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