Parents at last! We can help you find the best fertility clinic in Spain for your own particular needs. Infertility has often been defined as “the inability to achieve clinical pregnancy after 1 year of regular and unprotected sexual intercourses”. However, for a women infertility can also refer to the inability to sustain a pregnancy or carry a pregnancy to a live birth. Fertility problems are not even across the world, and developed countries tend to be more affected by infertility. The causes of infertility can vary greatly, and are generally attributed in one-third of the cases to women, in one-third to men, and in one-third to a combination of problems in both partners or to unexplained cases.
It is estimated that 1 married couple out of 6 will suffers from some degree of infertility during their reproductive life. Infertility can a daunting and stressful, but fortunately efficient solutions exist. Assisted reproduction and fertility treatments refer to a number of advanced techniques that aid fertilisation, but fundamentally there are two methods to help fertilisation: Artificial Insemination or Intrauterine insemination (IUI), and In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF). Moreover, there are different techniques to carry out these two procedures, and the technique used will vary based on the causes of infertility. Therefore it is often critical to understand the causes of infertility before proceeding with a fertility treatment.