There are several things we want to do or have in life, and the goals vary from one person to another, but the truth is that if you want something you have to do it, for example, if you always dreamed of having a Hollywood star smile then Bartell Dental the dentist in Tijuana Mexico is what you are looking for. If on the other hand what you want is more difficult to obtain as having a child, due to different difficulties you have not been able to, we show you some of the most common solutions.
One of the ways is to place an embryo that directly and having stimulated the ovaries of the woman, it is not possible to control how many of the ovules that are released will be fertilized which increases the chances of a multiple pregnancies. It is a treatment that is recommended in women under 35 and 38 who do not have, a priori, any reproductive problem: the fallopian tubes work well, ovulation is correct, and the sperm from the semen sample is of sufficient quality.
The next day you can check how many embryos we have and, after a culture of about five days in the laboratory, we select the best embryo to transfer and the rest are frozen for the future, whether they want to have more children or in the first attempt pregnancy is not achieved. The difference between this technique is in the possibilities of controlling that an unwanted multiple pregnancies may occur as per the success rate that is achieved.
The embryos are frozen in the laboratory, in containers of liquid nitrogen. Regarding the time of freezing, in Spain the legislation marks four options: to use the embryos in different pregnancy attempts, to donate them to another couple, to donate them for research or to destroy them. The doctor explains that we are governed by the woman’s reproductive age. Until age 50, the embryos remain in the laboratory and, from there, as legally cannot be transferred, we ask our patient if she wants to donate them for research or she wants us to proceed with their destruction.
Each woman is born with a certain number of ovules that are spent as we go through menstrual cycles. It is, therefore, a finite and determined number of possibilities of being a mother that varies depending on each woman. Knowing the ovarian reserve of a woman is fundamental to know her fertility realistically. Determining this reservation is very easy. In the first days of the menstrual cycle, using a transvaginal ultrasound, you can count the number of follicles that exist and, therefore, the number of possible ovules that will occur in that particular cycle. To this, we must add the performance of a blood test in which antimullerian hormone levels are measured.
With the combination of these results, the information sought is obtained. If the levels of this hormone are reasonable, the follicles count high or reasonable, and the age is within the most fertile margins of the woman (up to 30 years), we can say that we have a good ovarian reserve and the possibilities of conceiving they are naturally high, and fertility is not compromised. It is essential, concludes the specialist, that women are more aware of the importance of, from 30 years, measuring this ovarian reserve to allow us to predict in some way the real fertility in each case and, if necessary, we can start to consider the possibility of freezing good quality ovules so that if in the future, they want to be mothers, they have greater guarantees of achieving this through assisted reproduction techniques.