Uterine Myomas Radiofrequency

Uterine MYOMAS, also known as fibroids, are benign, non-cancerous tumours
most commonly found in women during childbearing years

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Endometrial Pathology

The endometrium is the lining of the uterine cavity, which thickens each month in preparation for pregnancy. If pregnancy doesn’t occur, the endometrium sheds during menstruation

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Psychological Support

Many couples who need to undergo Assisted Reproduction treatment may need psychological support, to help them cope with the emotional impact of their situation

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Fertility Preservation

Nowadays, women are increasingly opting to postpone motherhood. There are many reasons for this, including work, social and medical grounds, where fertility preservation may be recommended

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Genetic Testing

Genetic Testing identifies potential changes in the genes and chromosomes of embryos, before they are implanted in the uterus

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In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)

The In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) process requires the woman to undergo treatment to stimulate her ovaries to obtain the maximum number of eggs. This treatment is always personalised to the individual patient

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Male Sterility

In some 50-60% of cases, couples cannot conceive due to male factor issues

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Artificial Insemination

This the simplest procedure in Assisted Reproduction. It is carried out at the clinic, with no need for anaesthetic, and the patient can return to their daily life immediately

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