less invasive and more effective

Joaquin Soto Medina



Having a child before 30 has hardly any place in the modern world. The incorporation of women into the labor market or the aspirations and social and economic difficulties are some of the reasons behind this. The world has changed, but the human body has not. The reproductive capacity of a woman declines rapidly after the age of 35, and with it the effectiveness of assisted reproduction techniques. Thus, if a treatment of in vitro fertilization to a 43-year-old patient, the chances of generating a healthy embryo are less than 10%.

Faced with a scenario like this, assisted reproduction centers are committed to anticipating that date on the calendar

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