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Sara Figueiredo - Ferticentro's Nurse Coordinator - is going to bring forth the advantages of the Portuguese Law concerning IVF treatments, in a Seminar to be held in a Fertility Show in Manchester on saturday at 4.45pm.
Emma Wren Gibson, conceived within a year of her mother, was delivered November 25 2017
Many women are choosing to keep their eggs at a young age, in case they need them one day.
When you're young and healthy, in principle, there is no reason for concern about the possible existence of an fertility problem: at least until it passes a year of unprotected, regular intercourse without getting pregnant.
It is advisable that before trying to conceive couples introduce some changes into their lifestyle, which on the one hand increase the likelihood of achieving pregnancy and on the other helps to reduce the risk of complications during pregnancy.
The initial approach to the problem of infertility usually begins with a series of basic tests: in women, clinical tests to check hormone levels, pelvic examination and ultrasound evaluation. In men the most important is a semen analysis to assess sperm quality.
When, after months or even years of infertility treatments, couples get a positive result, the joy is huge. However, this is only the beginning. In this section we will try to talk about what happens next.
The treatment of infertility is a complex area of Medicine, which is subject to constant evolution and progress. It is also a subject that can be confusing and particularly sensitive to many couples. In this sense, Ferticentro decided to make available online a lot of information on treatments, so that YOU can learn more about the challenges on the great adventure that is the birth of a child.