What complications may a patient face directly during the procedure of eggs removal?

What complications may a patient face directly during the procedure of egg removal? The potential risks exist as at any surgical procedure, also during the egg retrieval process.  Notably, these risks appear in both vaginal and laparoscopic approaches in the follicular aspiration.     In the procedure of egg retrieval which method is considered safer…

Pregnancy and covid-19

Pregnancy and Covid-19

Do pregnant women consider a high-risk group? Yes, Pregnant woman is considered as a high-risk group and that’s why all pregnant woman must pay attention to while following preventive measures and general recommendations, such as – regular hand washing for at least 20 seconds, use a face mask that covers the nose and mouth completely,…

Baby concieved from IVF

What is the difference between IUI and IVF?

With more couples across the world. turning to the use of fertility treatments and assisted reproductive technologies, one of the most common questions patients ask their fertility specialist is: what is the difference between IUI and IVF?  The answer isn’t always clear and depends on several unique factors. It is important to know Intrauterine insemination…

Ovulatory disfunction

9 facts about Ovulatory dysfunction

Ovulatory dysfunction is the most common cause of female infertility that occurs in 40% of infertile women. Anovulation is the lack of ovulation. When ovulation may happen, but irregularly – we are facing the oligoovulation. Anovulation and oligoovulation are different types of ovulatory dysfunction.​ What are the causes of ovulatory dysfunction? Age Age is the…

Keeping the Romance Sizzling

8 Ways to Spice Up Your Relationship When Trying to Get Pregnant Trying to have a baby can be, well, trying. For couples trying to conceive, staying up-to-date on monitoring ovulation, charting basal body temperatures, and timing intimacy can take a steamy bedroom setting into the cold. For couples pursuing fertility treatment, it is very…