Assisted Reproductive Technology has progressed rapidly since the first IVF baby was conceived over 40 years ago. Today, different types of assisted reproductive technology are used for different purposes to give embryologists a vast array of detailed information about gametes and embryos.
Each development of assisted reproductive technology is accompanied by many benefits for intended parents: monitoring embryos in real-time, selecting an embryo with the most potential for implantation and pregnancy, genetic testing for inherited conditions – and so many more advantages.
At FHH, we know that understanding how assisted reproductive technology works – and the purposes of different types of ART – can empower intended parents during fertility treatment. So, we’ve turned to our partners at iGin in Spain. iGin is one of the leading assisted reproduction fertility clinics in Spain with impressive IVF success rates (visit their profile here and website here).
Read on to learn about exciting fertility advancements and how iGin harnesses this assisted reproductive technology in the fertility treatment they provide.
Over to iGin…