For women who always desired to be mothers, however, for certain reasons not succeeded, the technology combined with modern medicine can help them realize this dream. Currently, there are already several alternative fertilization. Meet, below, the methods most suitable:
Induction of ovulation: the woman’s reproductive cycle is controlled by hormones produced in various parts of the body. When there is an imbalance, ovulation can be dysfunctional or even fail to occur.
In such cases, the technique is indicated. With injectable or oral hormones, promotes the release of ova and then is made by ultrasound monitoring for the ovarian response to stimuli. The doctor usually still recommend the ideal date for the couple sexual intercourse.
Artificial insemination: after collection of the semen by the man himself, the sperm are prepared in the laboratory and in the period of ovulation, injected into the uterus. The objective of this technique is to promote the meeting of male reproductive cells with the egg, is dribbling in the woman’s reproductive system problems, is improving the quality and agility of his own sperm.
To increase the chance of the embryo remain fixed in the womb, the woman receives doses of progesterone during the first few months of pregnancy wearing pencil skirts (http://www.anycountyprivateschools.com/2016/05/10/how-to-use-pencil-skirt/).
In vitro fertilization (IVF): is the famous test tube technique. She has four steps. First, you need to stimulate ovulation. Then, aspire to the eggs through a needle inserted into the vaginal canal. The process is done with local anesthesia and sedation.
In a third moment, sperm are collected to do the fertilization of the egg in the laboratory. If she succeeds, the embryo is transferred to the uterus. The technique is indicated, for example, for women with problems in the fallopian tubes, as sequelae of infections or endometriosis, and for patients who have undergone the bandage.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI): is the great revolution in infertility treatments. It works basically the same way as in vitro fertilization. The main difference is that the sperm is placed inside of the egg by a needle with a diameter nearly eight times smaller than a hair.
Is recommended for men who have low amount or have no sperm in sperm (testicle). To extract the male reproductive cells, there are three procedures: Pesa (“epydidimal percutaneous sperm aspiration”), which consists of removing them from the epididymis (structure attached to the testicle) with a fine needle and local anesthesia; Tesa (“testicular sperm aspiration), which removes the removes the testicles also for aspiration; and thesis (“testicular sperm extraction”), which extracts a small piece of the testicle to find sperm in the fabric.
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