The ovarian reserve in women over the age of 35 A growing number of women are deciding to have their first child after the age of 35. Only 2% of them go to see the specialists in order to have a study of their ovarian reserve done. Currently there are many women who want to become a mother at the age of 35 or even older. However, when they go to see the specialists after some unsuccessful attemps of getting … Continue reading The ovarian reserve in women over the age of 35
The first pregnancy with vitrified eggs occurred in 1986. However, due to diverse restrictions and a lack of technical perfection, only now has a study been published demonstrating to what extent vitrified eggs affect the success rates of assisted reproduction treatments. Currently, nearly 90% of vitrified eggs survive the devitrification process. Based on the latest results in 2013, the scientific community has concluded that egg cryopreservation should no longer be categorised as an experimental treatment but should be considered routine … Continue reading Does the use of vitrified eggs affect the results?