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In Vitro fertilization is an option for any couple that has been unsuccessful in conceiving naturally. Embryos that are not used may also be frozen and used later, which can save money if the first attempt does not result in a pregnancy.
In Vitro Fertilization, or more commonly known as IVF, requires eggs and sperm to be collected and fertilized outside of the body. Once the eggs and sperm are placed together and start to form into an embryo or embryos in a lab environment, they are then placed into the uterus of a female recipient.
Gender selection improves the odds of having a desired gender. PGD is used to separate the X and Y chromosomes within the sperm.
Intrauterine Insemination or IUI is a popular and effective fertility procedure for millions of women around the world. While a variety of factors are needed to be considered before a woman undergoes artificial insemination techniques,
Mini-IVF is thought to recruit a few high quality eggs for fertilization. The difference with the normal IVF is that we avoid hyperstimulation, too many injections and significantly reducing the cost of medications.
Egg donation is the best option for those women whose eggs cannot be used for a successful pregnancy. We designed this program to facilitate a relation between aspiring parents and egg donors for the creation and growth of families.
ICSI stands for intracytoplasmic sperm injection, and it is often a complement to the IVF. This procedure is about choosing only one sperm and introduce it artificially inside the egg.
This is a procedure in which we will retrieve the sperm out of your epididymis itself. The sperm is then used in another IVF procedure of your preference.
IVF Gender Selection in Cancun MexicoGender selection improves the odds of having a desired gender. We use PGD to separate X and Y chromosomes within the sperm.
Intrauterine insemination, or IUI, is a form of assisted conception in which. The specialist will place washed sperm, prepared beforehand, into your uterus at the time you are ovulating.