Embryoscope

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EmbryoScope

EmbryoScope is a state-of-the-art incubator that represents an authentic improvement for the development of embryos in the laboratory before transferring them to the expectant mother.

Let nothing bother the embryo: the first hours of evolution of the embryo are key to its development. This new incubator incorporates a microscope that allows you to observe it without manipulating it during that time: and the embryo remains comfortable and safe its fascinating evolution. This translates into better growing conditions: the atmosphere in which the embryo develops (levels of oxygen, temperature, humidity) will remain unchanged until the embryo is ready to be transferred.

We have all the information to select the embryo with the best prognosis. EmbryoScope incorporates new information on the evolution of the embryo, which allows to have more solid selection criteria with respect to previous technologies. In this way, the embryologist has more elements to predict more precisely which embryo has the best prognosis for implantation.

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Ovarian Rejuvenation PRP

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Punta Mita Hospital provides ovarian rejuvenation a recent technological advancement that provides regenerative treatments for the ovaries.

The treatment uses PRP (Platelet-Rich-Plasma), which with or without stem cell therapy is ​the novel therapeutic approach for restoring the quality of the ovarian reserve.  This innovative procedure that concentrates and captures your healing potential from a small sample of your blood to make your very own platelet rich plasma (PRP). Your PRP will contain a physiologic balance of platelets, growth factors and white blood cells tailored specifically for you.

When used at the site of injury, the growth factors and other components in platelet rich plasma (PRP) have been clinically shown to potentially accelerate healing of injured or poorly healed tissue, thereby improving function and decreasing pain.

Centers in Europe and the Middle East have reported success in POF “Premature Ovarian Failure,” DOR “diminished ovarian reserve, Perimenopause, Embryo Implantation Issues – Endometrio Receptivity patients through injection of the patients’ own PRP into ovaries or Uterine Cavity and resulted in multiple pregnancies for patients that previously had no hope.

In Ovarian Rejuvenation PRP is directly injected into a patient’s ovaries with her own platelet-rich plasma (PRP), infusing the ovaries with proteins rich in growth factors and stem-cell chemoattractants. The process begins with the patient getting administered IV sedation followed by injection of PRP into the ovary, essentially the same as in-vitro only difference is we get eggs from the ovaries in that procedure.

Post the procedure the patient will go to recovery and may feel some cramping. During this time the patient will rest for about one hour before being discharged to return home accompanied by a family member or friend. There are minimal complications since this is similar to an egg retrieval, which has been common practice for years. The best outcome of PRP is a chance to become pregnant using your own eggs. There is no risk of blood-borne viral infections since you are only being injected with your own PRP with no synthetic materials involved at any time.

PRP can also be an added benefit for women going through Menopause as the treatment has resumed periods and helped balance out the hormones.

If you are interested in PRP – stem cell therapy please call our offices today to make an appointment.

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Egg Donation

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Egg Donation Q & A

by Sam Najmabadi, MD

What is egg donation?

Egg donation is a fertility treatment process where eggs from another person, usually a donor between the ages of 20 and 30, are fertilized with sperm from the intended father or a sperm donor and then transferred to the uterus of the woman who is trying to conceive. Egg donation is most common among women over the age of 40 or those with low ovarian reserves. The procedure has been in practice since the 1980s and has helped thousands of women achieve pregnancy.

Who is an eligible donor?

Egg donors are usually women between the ages of 20 and 30 who are able to pass a rigorous screening process to ensure the donation is as viable as possible for the recipient. Egg donation involves not only physical compatibility but also emotional, psychological and legal components which are included in the screening process. Standard testing includes:

  • Complete medical history and pelvic screening
  • Drug screening
  • Infectious disease screening
  • Ovarian reserve screening
  • Psychological screening

How does the donation process work?

There are several steps involved in egg donation. The first step is for the recipient patient to be screened to see if she is a good candidate for the process and to check compatibility with the donor. The donor can be a friend or family member or a completely anonymous donor. Once all of the screenings are complete and a match is made, the recipient and the donor will be placed on prescriptions to sync their menstrual cycles. Then, the donor will begin to take injections to stimulate ova production. The window of time available for an egg to be harvested, fertilized and successfully implanted, so the synchronization of menstrual cycles means that the recipient is at the most likely time for implantation. The donor will have an outpatient procedure to harvest her eggs, which will then be fertilized with sperm in vitro. Once the embryos are ready, the doctor will transfer them to the recipient’s womb at the time of the cycle when implantation will be most likely. The recipient will then take one days bed rest and two days of rest and a pregnancy test will be performed 10 to 12 days after the transfer of embryos.

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Surrogacy

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Surrogacy Q & A

by Sam Najmabadi, MD

What is a Gestational Surrogacy?

During gestational surrogacy, the intended mother and father provide egg and sperm which are fertilized using IVF then transferred to another woman for gestation. This form of surrogacy may be needed by women who have been diagnosed with a uterine factor or have medical contraindications to pregnancy. Gay couples will need a surrogate and donor eggs. The surrogate can be a friend or family member to help, which can be controversial while others may find that an existing relationship may be easier to manage. Others may use a service to find a willing surrogate. All surrogates are thoroughly screened with physical exams, drug screening, psychological and emotional testing, and reproductive health testing.

What is traditional surrogacy?

In traditional surrogacy, the egg is provided by the surrogate and the sperm is provided by the intended father. The child is only genetically related to the father, and once the baby is born, the surrogate turns the baby over to the intended parents and signs away all parental rights. This form of surrogacy is useful when the intended mother is unable to provide viable eggs or a healthy womb for gestational development.

Why would patients choose surrogacy?

Surrogacy may be appropriate for women with physical or medical conditions which make it dangerous or impossible to get pregnant or to give birth. For example, women who have suffered multiple miscarriages or repeated failed IVF treatments may consider surrogacy. Also, women who do not have a uterus, or have a malformed uterus may consider this option.

How is a surrogate found?

Dr. Najmabadi has been helping his patients build their families for a long time and has many contacts within the fertility treatment field including surrogacy agencies. He will assist the intended parents to find potential surrogates and choose the person they feel best able to help build the family. Any patients who want more information on surrogacy services should make an appointment with Dr. Najmabadi at the Center for Reproductive Health & Gynecology to discuss the options available.

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