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Frequent questions

Why do so many couples need to go to a reproduction clinic recently? What is changing?
The number of infertile couples is increasing yearly. Currently 17% of couples have difficulties to conceive. This is due to two causes: The increased age of women who wish to conceive and the environmental toxicity that affects us.
Will my child be affected if he/she has been born with assisted reproduction treatment?
Of course not. It has been demonstrated that the number of incidences in children born with assisted reproduction is the same as in children born with natural methods.
I have had a vasectomy but now I want to be a father. How can I achieve this?
In some cases the vasectomy can be reversed with a vasovasostomy but it will mostly depend on the time that has passed since the intervention was performed. Another quicker option is to carry out a testicular biopsy to directly access the spermatozoids in the testicle, and use them for in vitro fecundation. Id thew vasectomy was performed some time ago then it may possibly be difficult to get spermatozoids, or they may be of low quality. In that case the option of using a sperm donor can be considered.
I have had a tubectomy but now I want to be a mother. How can I achieve this?
Although it is sometimes possible to open the tubes, the results are uncertain and normally take a long time, so that often an in vitro fecundation is carried out instead. The in vitro fecundation Allows for the extraction of the ovum from the ovaries and once the embryos have been obtained then deposit them directly into the uterus, without the Fallopian tubes needing to intervene at any time. Anyway, depending on the situation, the best option will be studied for each case.
What happens to my embryos when they are frozen? Will they function the same?
Since a few years ago, a new freezing technique called vitrification has been used. This technique allows practically 100% of the frozen to survive.
Is having children really affected by the age?
Unfortunately yes, and especially in women. The fertility diminishes with age, above all with the quality of the ovum. This decrease in fertility starts to become more pronounced at 37. In men it has been seen to start to decrease at 40, but in a much less clear way.
I will perhaps need to use ovum or semen donors. Is it safe? How are they Selected ¿ Can I choose the colour of the eyes?
Ovum or semen donors pass strict controls to be able to donate. All kinds of serological and genetic tests are carried out. The patients cannot choose the physical characteristics, and the law says that these characteristics have to be as similar as possible to the patient who is being treated.
Will I definitely become pregnant?
No. Unfortunately the fertility treatment is not an exact science, but we can say that 90% of the couples that start treatment get pregnant, although most times more than one attempt is needed.
Who are to blame, men or women?
Blame is not the right word, since when a couple decide to have children the cause are of the couple. According to statistics 40% are caused by problems of the women, 40% by problems of the men, and 20 % by both.
Is there an age limit to become a parent?
In Spain there is no law concerned with this, but there is a consensus that fixes the age at 50, an age at which the pregnancy entails more health risks.
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