FAQ

What is infertility?

Infertility can be defined as the failure to become pregnant after one year of regular unprotected intercourse. For couples over 35 years, the period may be shortened to six month. Infertility is considered an illness that affects the reproductive system, turning into a serious problem that requires medical attention.

Although achieving a pregnancy appears to be a simple thing, fertility is actually the result of the harmonious interaction of multiple complex biological processes.

The existence of alterations in some of these processes both in the woman and man, or in the relationship between both of them, can result in a partial or total reduction of the reproductive capacity.

Infertility, whether male or female, can be defined as the inability of a couple to achieve conception.

Primary infertility is when there are no previous pregnancies; and secondary infertility if there is a history of them. Habitual or recurrent abortion is when although conception is achieved, the pregnancies do not reach its full term.

Thanks to our equipments of last technology we can obtain very high quality embryos with which our pregnancy rates are the highest of the country.