Low complexity

As you know, Assisted Reproduction treatments are divided into Low and High Complexity. This brief guide will help you to easily differentiate between them, to discover the road that will lead you to your baby.

What makes Low Complexity treatments different from High Complexity treatments

The techniques used in low complexity treatments require low risk, non-invasive procedures, as opposed to high complexity ones. 

In this type of treatment, the fertilization that occurs between the egg and the sperm to form an embryo takes place inside the woman's body, with the monitoring and assistance of a specialist.  

What is required to perform a Low Complexity treatment?

In both low and high complexity treatments, ovarian stimulation is required as a first step to carry out any procedure, through the administration of drugs prescribed by a physician. 
In general, the process consists, on the one hand, of synchronising sexual relations with the partner to increase the possibility of pregnancy; or, on the other hand, of depositing spermatozoa taken from a semen sample in the uterine cavity, assisted by a reproductive expert, to facilitate fertilization and give way to pregnancy. 

For whom are Low Complexity treatments indicated?

Low-complexity treatments are often the first choice for many women and couples who have not been able to have a baby, but they require the recommendation of a specialist.  

These techniques are generally aimed at women in one of these situations: 



Alterations in the menstrual cycle

Mild endometriosis

Infertility due to unknown causes 

Low sperm quality and quantity

Ideal, under 35 years of age 

The most important step of all is to know your case in order to determine the type of Assisted Reproduction treatment that will give you the results you expect. That is why we created an Initial program, which helps us to evaluate your situation and obtain a pre-diagnosis in order to design the plan with which you will become a mother. 
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