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Egg donation is a safe and efficient option

Egg donation or IVF with egg donor is a very common treatment among assisted reproduction techniques which many women can fulfill their dream to become mothers. Why does egg donation offer high pregnancy rates? Is a really safe option?

Implantation symptoms: abdominal pain

Embryo implantation is when the oocyte fertilized embeds endometrium layer and that is where the placenta development takes place. Eva Clinics talks about one of the symptoms which usually cause more concerns to our patients: abdominal pain.

Donors’ anonymity in assisted reproduction

Spain is one of the countries where donation via gametes is totally anonymous according to current law in regards to assisted reproduction techniques. The clinic and the donor must sign a contract where both agree to keep this anonymity.

Diet for women affected by polycystic ovary syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormone disorder that affects 10% of female population. There are some factors and habits which may help these patients, for example the diet is an important point to take into consideration.

With Eva Fertility Clinics life finds a way

Finally EVA Clinics has arrived in order to fulfill the dream of all those women and couples who want to have a child but cannot achieve it in a natural way. With Eva Fertility Clinics life finds a way.

Food that improves female fertility

If you are looking for a pregnancy it is important pay attention to your diet. Do you know all the necessary nutrients contained in the food which can help you to get pregnant? Take note of some foods that improve fertility.

IVF and AI oocytes classification

After undergoing an ovarían stimulation phase involved in a IVF or AI should meet a series of characteristics in order to be considered of “good quality” for a fertility treatment.

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How To Survive The Two-Week Wait?

The Two-Week Wait, as colloquially referred to, is the time between the last phase of the fertility treatment – the embryo transfer or the intrauterine