Assisted Reproduction

The Assisted Reproduction is the set of treatments and techniques that replace the natural process of reproduction in people who have medical difficulties or who, due to their condition, cannot achieve pregnancy naturally. There are different methods to solve these drawbacks depending on the degree of complexity or condition that occurs to achieve a healthy term pregnancy.

There are low complexity reproductive treatments such as programmed intercourse or artificial insemination and high complexity that include in vitro fertilization treatment or egg donationeach one is used according to the diagnosis given by the specialist, in PROCREA the treatment is completely personalized.

During these treatments human, biological, and technological factors are involved to achieve the conception of a full-term pregnancy, it is now 40 years since the first in vitro fertilization treatmentwas achieved, today assisted reproduction has developed other techniques that involve the study of the endometrium EMMA Test, Test ALICE, Test ERAor the quality of the embryo (PGT-APGT-M), egg donation, fertility preservation, to name a few, to ensure that all the variables involved in this process are ideal for ovulation, embryo transfer, implantation, fetal development, and delivery 

have the conditions that are required to achieve the dreams of all those people who do not have the possibility of doing it naturally.

If you have more than a year looking for pregnancy or 6 months if you are over 35 and you do not get it, we recommend you schedule an appointment you could have a fertility problem. In these cases, age is a fundamental factor as it determines the quality of the oocytes and sperm involved in the chances of success, our medical team is the best, we have a solution for you.


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