10 de October, 2023

Importance of accurate fertility diagnosis

An accurate medical diagnosis is essential to obtain the appropriate fertility treatment. All cases of infertility can be explained by the five key ingredients to achieve pregnancy. These are eggs, sperm, embryos, T factor (Fallopian tubes or Embryo transfer to the maternal uterus), and endometrial receptivity.

Once patients understand the causes of infertility and the reason for treatment, they cope better and therefore have a greater chance of having a baby.

If a timely diagnosis were made, most fertility problems could be corrected. However, due to the lack of such a diagnosis, 90 percent of our patients consult us after having wasted years in physically, emotionally, and financially draining treatments.

At Ingenes we are aware that fertility decreases drastically over time and that a quick and correct diagnosis is essential to obtain the appropriate treatment.

Therefore, we have facilities with the highest technology currently available and a team made up of experienced specialists in various areas, which allows us to provide the majority of our patients with a clear diagnosis and personalized treatment suggestions from their first consultation with the specialist. in fertility.

All cases of infertility can be explained by five key factors to achieve pregnancy. These are:

  1. Ovulation problems: Lack of ovulation or irregular ovulation can make conception difficult. This can be caused by hormonal imbalances, thyroid gland disorders, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or other medical problems.
  2. Fallopian tube problems: Blockages or damage to the fallopian tubes can interfere with the transport of eggs and sperm, making fertilization and embryo implantation difficult.
  3. Problems in the uterus: Structural abnormalities in the uterus, such as polyps, fibroids, or congenital malformations, can affect the ability of the fertilized egg to implant in the uterine lining.
  4. Sperm problems: The quality and quantity of sperm can influence male fertility. Low sperm concentration, reduced motility, or defects in sperm shape can make fertilization difficult.
  5. Lifestyle and health factors: Factors such as chronic stress, obesity, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, and chronic diseases can affect fertility in both men and women.

Importantly, these are just some of the common factors that can contribute to infertility. Each case is unique and may require an individualized approach to determine underlying causes and appropriate treatments. If you have concerns about fertility, it is advisable to consult an assisted reproduction specialist for an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment options.

It is important that you and your partner feel with absolute confidence to express your doubts. At Ingenes we are here to guide you and help you every step of your way to becoming parents.

Once patients understand the causes of infertility and the reason for treatment, they cope better and are therefore more likely to achieve their dream of having a baby at home.

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