Infertility Treatment in Cancun

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In Vitro Fertilization in Cancun (IVF)

Assisted Reproduction in Cancun, Mexico.

 

In Vitro Fertilization is recommended when previous treatments, such as artificial insemination, have failed; the procedure consists in the oocyte extraction with posterior fecundation with spermatozoids, once this procedure is performed, embryos are transferred to the mother’s uterus. This technique is performed in the In Vitro laboratories of Fertility Center Cancun.

 

IVF helps in both female and male infertility alone or combined.

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Some of the most common male infertility causes are:

 

Astenozoospermia when the alteration is due to low sperm motility, teratozoospermia when the alteration is due to unusual (abnormal) sperm form, oligozoospermia is an alteration in which the sperm concentration is below 15 million per ml, when concentration of sperm is even lower (less than one million) it is called Criptozoospermia.

 

Some of the most common causes of female infertility are:

 

Ovulation problems, endocrine ovarian factor (alteration at any menstrual cycle phase, chronic non ovulatory cycles), tube factor (Fallopian tubes obstruction), uterus factor (uterine malformations, hypoplastic or child uterus, uterus septum), mild to severe endometriosis (chronic disease in which endometrial tissue appears and grows outside the uterus).

 

To whom is this procedure aimed?

 

This In Vitro Fertilization procedure or IVF is indicated in the following cases:

 

  • Women with limited oocyte number.
  • Fallopian tubes lack or injury.
  • When Artificial Insemination has failed.
  • Men with low sperm quality.
  • Low embryo quality with constant implantation failure.
  • Women with no partner.

Fertility center results

 

We are by far the most trained fertility clinic in Cancun, granting you a summed succeed rate of up to 95% per cycle. Our firmest purpose here at Fertility Center Cancun is for you to achieve your dream with the least financial and emotional wear, bringing you the most specialized attention.

 

Our Fertility Process

The step by step guide of our ivf procedure 

1. Ovarian stimulation.

 

It consists on inducing multiple ovulation using hormone replacement therapy. This method allows us to anticipate the exact moment of ovulation as well the correct maturation of the eggs that will be fertilized.

2.Punction, retrieval and aspiration.

 

Is the procedure through which mature eggs (sizes around 15 and 18 mm) are retrieved from the female patient for their fertilization at the IVF laboratory.

3. Fertilization through ICSI.

 

Through this process the egg is fertilized to create a new being (embryo), in this process we inject a single sperm inside each retrieved egg.

4. Embryo culture.

 

Once the egg is fertilized, we observe its development at our laboratory until it reaches the optimal conditions for transference to the woman’s uterus.

5. Embryo transfer.

 

When the embryo is at its best moment to implant on the woman’s uterus, is places inside the uterus on its distal locus (near the Fallopian tubes) to start its development and furthermore, to carry a pregnancy. This is performed by charging the embryos on a cannula that is conducted trans-vaginally until it reaches the uterus. An embryo or two may be transferred, according to each particular case.

6. Embryo vitrification.

 

Embryo freezing is recommended to the best quality embryos for future attempts, in case of not achieving a pregnancy on the first try as this depends in a high grade, to women’s age. Embryo vitrification or fast freezing, has proven to be the best method for freezing and thawing yielding better posterior results.

 

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