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First free consultation

The path to achieving your dream of having a baby will bring new challenges. At HC Fertility we know that embracing you in the process is as important as having the human and technological resources of excellence you need. We invite you to get to know us, inform yourself about your case with our medical team, see our facilities and clarify all your doubts without any commitment. Sometimes the road may not be easy, but it will undoubtedly be worth it鈥 and we are here to help you. Our first free consultation includes: Appointment with our Fertility Doctor. Gynaecological ultrasound. Appointment with our Patient麓s Coordinator. Ask for an appointment for a first free visit.

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Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a chronic and benign inflammatory disease, characterized by the presence of endometrial cells (cells that form the lining uterus, known as endometrium) in the abdominal cavity. 聽Most of the times, it is a condition that cause abdominal and pelvic pain and possible infertility. Normally, it can affect about 10% of women in reproductive age, worldwide. In Spain there are 5 million carriers of endometriosis and in Andalusia up to 850 thousand.

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Ensure your fertility before an oncological process

Everyday more women and men are diagnosed with cancer at fertile age. Some of the cancers with the highest impact are breast and prostate cancer. In women, breast cancer has a high survival rate thanks to the early detection through breast examination and ultrasound controls. Also other relevant type is the gynecological cancer, a term that includes ovarian, uterine and cervical cancer. This kind of tumor can have a direct impact on the fertility, due to the need for treatment in the reproductive areas. In men, the prevalence of prostate cancer increases with the age, but thanks to early diagnosis, through a blood test, survival rates are very high. In addition, another type of cancer, such as testicular cancer, affects young men of fertile age, although with a lower frequency. Self-palpation of the testicles is recommended for early detection and prompt treatment. The cancer itself, and the future treatment to reverse its effects, can have negative consequences on the patient’s fertility, causing both temporary and permanent infertility. Therefore, before starting treatment, it is important to discuss with your doctor the different options you have to preserve your fertility before cancer treatment.

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