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  If you have ever considered how fertility levels are detected or studied in women and men with infertility tests, today we will resolve those doubts. The truth is that there are multiple ways to carry out a test that determines...

  There are many myths about infertility. Some are told once and again between couples, and even transmitted from one generation to another, coming to be accepted truths. That is why it is so  important to know the facts and differentiate...

Infertility is a complex disease and can be caused by different factors including ovulation defects, spermatogenic failure, parental age, obesity, infections, uterine abnormalities, endometriosis and genetic abnormalities. The role of genetics in the reproductive process it's very important.   Genetic infertility causes can...

Working in the world of fertility implies learning ever-changing medical terms. We have witnessed the evolution of terms that we use daily at PGDLabs to describe the main techniques that we use in our reproductive genetic labs. Recently, terms such as...

The causes for infertility are many – psychological, environmental, nutritional and hormonal factors, among others, affect the quality of semen and the ovulation process. Nutrition is a key factor in the biochemistry of fertility, since an optimal intake of nutrients...

Confusing the concept of infertility for that of sterility is more common than you’d think, which leads people to use both terms interchangeably, mistaking them for synonyms. Couples that are unable to conceive are not defined by the same term...

    In the search for motherhood some obstacles may be encountered along the way, such as the case of infertility in women or men. Occasionally, the cause may be due to an anomaly with a genetic or chromosomal origin.   It is at...