in vitro fertilisation vs artificial insemination

Artificial Insemination or IVF? Comparison and differences

Many couples, who have difficulty conceiving, when they start gathering information about assisted reproduction treatments, wonder about the differences between artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization. Each technique has its indications and a correct diagnosis is essential to properly advise the couple. The choice of the most suitable assisted reproduction treatment should be made by the specialist, valuing the

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|March 30th, 2016|Fertility|Comments Off|

pregnancy own eggs over 40

Is it possible to be a mother with own eggs past 40 years?

Naturally, the female fertility decreases with age. Natural pregnancy options diminish over the years. Nevertheless, they are an increasing amount of women who delay and delay the moment of trying to have their first child. In the UK, the average age to be a mother for the first time is around 30 years, age that has been rising year after year.

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|March 14th, 2016|Fertility|Comments Off|

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Preventive medical checkups through health tourism

We are becoming more aware of the importance of prevention in health to prevent and treat many diseases, both caused by family histories as proper risk factors. It is common to hear doctors remind us of the importance of regular medical checkups to prevent and identify any disease or health impairment in order to treat it on time.
Medical checks

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|March 2nd, 2016|Cross border healthcare|Comments Off|

metabolic surgery to cure diabetes

Does metabolic surgery improve the quality of life of patients with diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease caused by a lack of insulin production by the pancreatic cells and / or by a resistance to the action of insulin in the cells.

Insulin is essential to maintain proper blood glucose values, allowing glucose to enter the body and be transported into cells, where it is transformed into energy to work the muscles and

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|February 10th, 2016|Medical news|Comments Off|

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World Cancer Day 2016: Prevention, early detection and treatment

Taking place every year on 4 February, World Cancer Day 2016 is a truly global event that aims to save millions of preventable deaths each year by raising awareness and education about cancer.

This event, under the tagline ‘We can, I can’, is an unique opportunity to spread the word that there are solutions across the continuum of cancer and that they

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|February 4th, 2016|Oncology and Radiotherapy|Comments Off|