Icon Image | Photo: Shutterstock IVF treatment (IVF/ICSI/IMSI) involves the fertilization of the egg cell by a sperm outside the female body in the laboratory. In some cases, however, sperms have to be collected directly from the man’s testes during a minor surgical intervention called TESE – “Testicular Sperm Extraction”. The TESE procedure is used
Icon Image | Photo: Shutterstock Couples wishing to conceive a child but who are not able to achieve pregnancy despite having frequent, unprotected sex for at least one year should consider medical investigation (fallopian tubes, sperm). In most cases, the reasons for infertility involve a variety of factors such as diseases, genetic disorders, increasing age,
Icon Image | Photo: Shutterstock Nutrition also plays in the fulfillment of a wish for a child an important role and is a key factor in maintaining good health (for more information, see our BLOG post “You are what you eat”). In a recent interview with the American nutrition expert, David L. Katz (Professor of
Icon Image | Photo: Shutterstock Due to modern reproductive medicine which is aimed at identifying in detail the reasons for involuntary childlessness, the so-called “paternal effect” increasingly becomes the focus of research attention. This also holds true for the IVF Centers Prof. Zech, where the focus is placed on the medical evaluation of clinical findings
“It is time to explore new avenues in fertility treatment and to establish a new standard: the IVF Centers Prof. Zech in Bregenz. This is intended to allow the optimal creation of the couples’ individual profiles in order then to make accurate predictions regarding pregnancy rate and birthrate. As founders of the EGP, the IVF
An international expert audience of more than 50 guests from Switzerland, Germany and Austria had the opportunity to take a look at a variety of innovations in reproductive medicine and prenatal diagnosis – such was the successful outcome of the symposium of the IVF Centers Prof. Zech which was held at the beginning of April
Hardly any boys due to the IMSI procedure?
Is it actually true that there is a shift in sex ratio towards females when using the IMSI procedure in conjunction with in-vitro fertilization? Are spermatozoa carrying a Y-chromosome not as good as those carrying an X-chromosome?