Medicine Offers Multiple Ways To Have a Baby

In recent years medicine has advanced so much in various areas, for example, now older adults who have problems with memory can turn to centers of memory care Tijuana Mexico to treat this disease. Another of the advances in medicine have been the new techniques of assisted reproduction that increase the chances of conceiving, those women who struggle to get pregnant. However, these are not the only cases in which science is an indispensable ally to achieve the desire to be a mother.

There are many other specific cases. For example, this happens with some oncological patients to whom the treatment they receive to treat cancer causes sterility. Another case is that of the new models of the family in today’s society: single women, couples who do not need to prove their emotional relationship, widows, homosexual couples, etc. New techniques such as oocyte vitrification represent a significant improvement both in the quality of conservation of the ovules and in the survival rates after thawing, which is currently around 85% and which directly affects the chances of getting pregnant.

Two techniques

The two techniques used in assisted reproduction treatments are artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization. In both cases, the ovary of the woman is stimulated with medication. In the case of artificial insemination, it is done to get the woman to ovulate in a programmed manner so that, when the follicles are at their optimum point, the prepared sample of semen or donor is introduced directly into the uterus.

The process of assisted reproduction through in vitro fertilization is also intimately linked to the menstrual cycle of women. In this case, the ovaries are stimulated as in the technique of artificial insemination, and echographic checks are made on alternate days to see the size of the follicles that the ovary has in its interior and about 10-12 days the last one is applied. An injection that will make the ovules mature. The ovules are then extracted with the ovarian puncture technique to be either frozen or fertilized with the sperm of the couple or the donor. This process is done under sedation, is absolutely painless and does not pose any discomfort for the woman.