Take charge of your fertility.
Not wanting to become a mom just yet doesn’t mean you don’t want to be a mom someday. At Ginemed we are committed to caring for fertility, which is why we give you all the information so that you can make informed decisions.
- Check your fertility every year.
- Steer clear of lifestyle habits that negatively impact fertility.
- Keep in mind the different conditions that are associated with infertility: endometriosis, PCOS, family history of premature menopause…
I want to check my fertility
Testing your ovarian reserve is very simple. You only need to undergo a blood test and an ultrasound scan.
I want to freeze eggs
Learn how you can preserve your fertility step-by-step thanks to egg vitrification.
How the passing of time impacts your fertility
Age is the leading cause of infertility in 3 out of every 5 cases. Did you know that female reproductive potential declines as much as 50% between the ages of 25 and 35?
What can I do to boost my fertility?
Age isn’t the only factor that affects fertility. Factors such as genetics, lifestyle habits and general health can significantly reduce a female’s reproductive potential.
By eating healthy you’re prolonging your fertility.
Between the ages of 25 and 35 your ovarian reserve will decline by 50%.
Each cigarette you smoke decreases your odds of getting pregnant.
Just 20 minutes of exercise a day will prolong your fertility.
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Frequently asked questions
Yes, lifestyle habits are a very important factor in terms of both general and reproductive health.
Getting enough sleep, healthy eating, exercising, consuming coffee and alcohol in moderation and refraining from smoking are essential habits that not only have a direct impact on infertility prevention, but also on the possible outcomes we may obtain through different assisted reproduction methods.
The younger the patient is when she makes the decision to undergo egg freezing, the better the results will be when her eggs are used in the future.
All of the mature eggs obtained during the stimulation cycle will be vitrified. If a patient wants to freeze more eggs, she can undergo consecutive stimulation cycles to accumulate eggs.