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Assisted Reproductive Technologies

When trying to get pregnant, there are many different reasons to why it might not be working. With researchers trying to investigate more into the subject, what we know already can be a great help for many couples, whether they are dealing with male infertility or female infertility, or even a combination of them both.

After months of trying, if unsuccessful and having difficulty conceiving, it is worth looking deeper into the issue. Although you may be absolutely fine and may still have very high chances of getting pregnant naturally, it is always a bonus to stay informed on what options you have just in case. Today we are fortunate to the huge variety of assisted reproductive technologies that can help different couples when trying to conceive.

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Basic Assisted Reproductive Techniques

Some of the most common techniques in assisted reproduction include:

  • IVF = in vitro fertilisation
  • ICSI = intracytoplasmic sperm injection
  • IMSI = intracytoplasmic morphologically-selected sperm injection
  • IUI = intrauterine insemination

When thinking about assisted reproduction, it is always best to consult with a medical specialist. For example, InviMed Fertility Clinics are a network of well-known fertility clinics based in the heart of Europe, offering experienced, personalised and affordable treatments. Visit invimed.co.uk for further information.

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