About 50% of women with endometriosis have trouble having a baby
Endometriosis is a disease caused by the presence of the endometrium (the layer that lines the uterus inside and where the embryo must nest), outside its normal location: in the ovaries, pelvis, etc. The endometrium is responsible for menstrual bleeding (every 28 days, if it is not nested by an embryo, it is expelled with menstruation); but when it is out of its normal location, it produces small bleeds that give rise to the so-called “chocolate cysts” in the ovaries, as well as inflammatory phenomena (pain), when it is in the pelvis or other locations[Continue reading ]
Being overweight worsens the prognosis for getting pregnant
Obesity is an imbalance in the balance between food intake and the use that our body gives them, to obtain the energy we need for proper functioning.[Continue reading ]
The low ovarian response
A few days ago, we were talking about the ¨Low Reserve¨ (few eggs); Today we will talk about ¨Low Response¨, often confused, even in medical literature, with the previous one, but with a different origin and treatment. The ¨Low Response¨ is that situation in which, having sufficient quantity of ovules available in the ovaries, but these do not respond adequately to the treatment; the end result is what makes this situation similar to the “Low Reserve”: few eggs available.[Continue reading ]
6 Tips to achieve your emotional well-being during assisted reproduction
Experiencing certain emotions that are uncomfortable for us is part of the process of adapting to the new situation. However, if you have the feeling that the discomfort is very intense and you think that it is generating interference in the performance of your daily activities, the help of our support team can be very useful[Continue reading ]
How does the number of eggs decrease over the years?
The amount of a woman’s eggs decreases from the moment of birth, over the years, until menopause is reached. It is estimated that women are born with approximately 2 million eggs. This figure decreases over time and when they reach adolescence, they have about 40,000 eggs. Eventually, only about 400 become ovulated, usually 1 for each menstrual cycle.[Continue reading ]
Our patients say
"We are writing to thank you, I think you are used to it"
We are writing to thank you, I think you are used to it, my wife and I for many years have wished fo...[Continue reading ]
"From UK, thanks thanks!"
After struggling to conceive naturally and not being eligible for help in the UK we looked at altern...[Continue reading ]
"A big thanks"
A big thanks to the whole HC Fertility family for helping us to bring our beautiful xxxx into this ...[Continue reading ]
"You were our last resort, our last chance"
The structure is welcoming and functional, but the most important thing is the professionalism of ev...[Continue reading ]
"We have dreamed for so long of your #arrival in this house that it seems to me something invented by my mind"
It is now evening and more than a month has passed since your birth. Mom sleeps with her face turned...[Continue reading ]
Hi Fiona, how are you? I couldn’t resist. Now I’m sending you the beta result 777.9?????...[Continue reading ]
"Dear Fertility Team,"
First of all, I would like to apologize for not writing to you before, but the last few months have ...[Continue reading ]
"I relied on HC Fertility for a double donation"
I relied on HC Fertility for a double donation and following a resounding failure by one of the most...[Continue reading ]