10 facts about infertility and fertility treatments

Do you know what happens when you have a hysterosalpingogram or about the significance of your AMH levels? More importantly, how much do you know about the ever-increasing options for fertility treatments now available? The majority of men and women who decide to start a family never have to think about these issues. But the...

What are the causes of secondary infertility?

The difference between primary and secondary infertility is that in the case of secondary infertility, the sufferer has already had a child or even children. Primary infertility is the inability to conceive or to carry a pregnancy to term in the first place. Quite often, the causes are similar. Whatever the cause, experiencing primary or secondary infertility can be surprising, bewildering [...]

The ASRM chooses an IVI study among the 25 best ever studies

Today, many of you (if not the vast majority) will be familiar with the term “vitrification,” or second women’s revolution, as this important scientific breakthrough is called by some. And indeed, after the contraceptive pill, vitrification of oocytes has allowed women to gain a necessary and historically claimed right: the freedom to decide. When and...

Freezing Eggs Fertility Risks: are there side effects and what are they?

If you are one of the increasing number of women considering egg freezing, whether for medical or social reasons, this IVI blog article is here to help you make an informed choice. It takes a look at questions surrounding potential [...]

Weight and infertility: is there a link?

In the developed world, we constantly hear about an obesity ‘epidemic’, often linked to an abundance of fast and processed foods and unhealthily sedentary lifestyles. At the same time, there are loud alarm bells ringing about a general decline in fertility, often thought about in terms of declining sperm quality in men, but in fact applying equally to men and women. C[...]

Two out of ten young women aged 30 to 34 have a low ovarian reserve

Last year, in all of our clinics we launched a free campaign for women aged 25 to 38 so that those who wanted to could find out their ovarian reserve (in other words, the total number of ova found in the ovaries). The fact is, this is one of the indicators that enables us to...

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