By Peter Braude, Alison Taylor
Written by way of a staff of infertility specialists, this advisor addresses the complicated topic of subfertility. It starts with prognosis within the female and male ahead of offering recommendation on all varieties of assisted perception in addition to counselling support with therapy judgements.
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Variable success of implantation and pregnancy rates with frozen thawed embryos has been reported. The rates range from 10% live birth rate to rates equivalent to those achieved with fresh embryos. The success of the freeze-thaw process and subsequent transfer can depend on the clinic where it is done. uk/ForPatients). Straw containing frozen embryos being removed from liquid nitrogen storage dewar for thawing before embryo transfer Sperm cryopreservation Although cryopreservation of semen from animals and humans has been done for many years, and refinements of the technology have allowed increases in the yield of motile sperm surviving, fresh samples are still about 30% better in quality than frozen samples.
Types of counselling Three types of counselling are recognised. Implications counselling explores with the person how any proposed treatment would affect them, their family, and any child born as a result of treatment. Although genetic counselling falls into this category, this type of counselling is of a different style and nature to general counselling. Donors in particular must consider the short and long term effects that any donation could have on a future child, existing children, and the family as a whole.
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Alison Taylor, ABC of Subfertility by Peter Braude, Alison Taylor