Assisted Fertilization is the combination of techniques with medical and surgical treatments to achieve pregnancy when it cannot be obtained in a natural way because the couple has fertility problems. This technique implies with the manipulation of gametes.
First steps of Assisted Fertilisation
Since the beginning assisted fertilization has considerably developed. These types of techniques appeared to face the impossibility of men and women to spontaneously conceive due to different factors. It seemed impossible only a few years ago but nowadays is a reality that allows thousand of couple to achieve their goal to become parents.
First steps of assisted reproduction techniques were known in 1978, with the birth of the first human being as a product of “In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)” which was spread all over the world. The pioneers of this technique were the two physicians named Edwards and Steptoe that became a milestone in the medicine history.
From that historical moment to the present day, assisted reproduction techniques have considerably developed. Assisted reproduction treatments have increased and innovative methodologies were included that has led to the highest pregnancy success rates. Everyday reproduction medicine is become more efficient so thousand of women and couples can achieve their dream to conceive come true.
Eva Clinics priority is using the most modern technologies in order to offer you the best method of reproduction medicine. Being the leader of cutting edge techniques, research and development is our purpose to achieve the highest Spanish success pregnancy rate.
Assisted Fertilization Treatments
Currently in our Eva Clinics we rely on the following Assisted Fertilization Treatments:
- Artificial Insemination (AI)
- Artificial Insemination with donor (AID)
- In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
- In Vitro Fertilization with female donor
- In Vitro Fertilization with male donor
- In Vitro Fertilization with male and female donor
- Maternity Preservation- Oocytes freezing
- Paternity Preservation- Semen Cryopreservation
- Genetic Preimplantation Diagnosis