Infertility Study

Infertility Study

Every day more couples have difficulty getting a pregnancy causes are multiple and there are male and female factors. Depending on the case, an adequate diagnosis and treatment is carried out using state-of-the-art technology such as Hysteroscopy and Laparoscopy, in addition to Virtual Hysterosalpingography, which allows the virtual tour of the uterus to determine the different pathologies as possible causes of infertility. And a new method or technique called Hysterosonography that allows us to appreciate the interior of the uterine cavity and observe the different abnormalities that could cause infertility. They can also resort to assisted reproduction technologies with several modern methods depending on the type of problem that a couple may have.

It has been seen that the study of the male factor is fundamental in the issue of the difficulty of having offspring for which, it is required to perform a sperm collection test (spermatogram) and study it efficiently and be able to have a more accurate diagnosis if the man has some difficulty to be able to embarrass the woman; You can study the sperm count, its mobility, its quantity and the seminal fluid to determine the type of help that can be offered.

The hormonal problems of the pituitary or pituitary gland can also give alterations in a hormone called Prolactin, which are a cause of infertility due to symptoms that occur in the absence of ovulation and disorders in the normal functioning of the ovaries, dysfunction of the gland Thyroid can also cause difficulty in achieving a pregnancy, or habitual abortions.

Abnormalities in the fallopian tubes

Problems of obstruction of the fallopian tubes or the presence of adhesions by endometriosis or previous surgeries, can also cause difficulty getting pregnant, because it is required that one or both tubes are permeable so that the sperm and the egg can be found and produce fertilization.

Normal tubes


Tubes obstructed by adhesions