FAQ

Age is undoubtedly a vital factor for a successful pregnancy, after 35 years the possibility of conception drops considerably, however, with the appropriate treatment it is possible to achieve it, but it must be taken into account that the older if the success rate decreases.

Untreated chlamydia and gonorrhea are the main diseases that affect both men and women, however, there are some variants of HPV that can cause cancer and affect fertility

you can not define a cost before the evaluation of a specialist, it is possible that with simple stimulation and timely follow-up you will achieve a successful delivery or you will have to undergo some more complex treatment along with medication, which would increase costs.

According to research by Ipsos Healthcare in Mexico, 17% of couples have infertility problems and only a few of them seek help.

This answer can only be determined by the doctor based on the medical studies performed.

If you have tried to get pregnant for more than a year or 6 months, if you are over 35 years old and have not succeeded or have had recurrent abortions, you must go immediately to review the cause because receiving timely attention the chances of conceiving increase.

In our clinic, we have programmed intercourse intrauterine insemination, in vitro fertilization, mini IVF, intracytoplasmic injection, assisted hatching, PGS p PGS, egg donation, cryopreservation, artificial insemination with donor semen, egg vitrification, embryo transfer or blast cells, double donation and embryo incubator, it is necessary to go to the doctor to find out which one can help you carry your pregnancy to a successful end. (each with a link to the explanation of the treatments).

Each case is different, however, there are multiple treatments for each couple; The most important thing is to approach professionals who can determine the procedure that best suits your needs.

Some STDs not treated correctly can generate it, lack of ovulation or poor quality eggs, blockage in the fallopian tubes, endometriosis, uterine problems, absence or low sperm count in the semen, sperm with deformations or alterations in mobility.

There is no sure way to determine if there are problems of this type other than with medical studies, however, there are some symptoms that you should take into account and that makes you more prone to suffer from it such as eating problems (obesity or extreme thinness), bleeding and excessive pain during menstruation that could indicate endometriosis, irregular or infrequent periods suggest alterations in ovulation, acne or excessive hair could warn of hormonal disorders.