Reproductive Surgery in Assisted Conception

This evidence-based book examines the role of reproductive surgery in the current age of IVF and in modern medical practice.

Reproductive Surgery in Assisted Conception

​​To many patients and indeed health care professionals, IVF is the ultimate treatment for infertility. However in many cases IVF is not feasible and may not be indicated. IVF remains a largely inefficient procedure that often does not succeed in a achieving a pregnancy. There remains a strong place for other fertility interventions, many of them surgical in nature. Surgical interventions can be used as a stand-alone fertility treatment or as an adjuvant treatment used in conjunction with other assisted conception treatments. Despite the continuing use of such techniques by reproductive surgeons, there remains a clear gap in the literature regarding resources to supplement formal training in the field or to provide a reference for established and aspiring practitioners.

Practical Problems in Assisted Conception

Practical and effective; this book supports challenging clinical and laboratory issues that the IVF practitioner faces all day, every day.

Practical Problems in Assisted Conception

Practical and effective; this book supports challenging clinical and laboratory issues that the IVF practitioner faces all day, every day.

Practical Guide in Assisted Reproductive Technology

The book presents the latest advances in the field and each chapter includes key points and references for further reading. Clinical photographs, diagrams and tables further enhance the comprehensive text.

Practical Guide in Assisted Reproductive Technology

Part of a new series on reproductive medicine, this book is a complete guide to assisted reproductive technology (ART). Divided into 39 chapters, the book covers all aspects of ART, providing clinicians with a step by step guide through the processes. The text covers ovarian stimulation, embryo transfer, imaging, hormone analysis, endometrial receptivity, surgical procedures and much more. Many different causes of infertility and their management through ART are described in detail. The book presents the latest advances in the field and each chapter includes key points and references for further reading. Clinical photographs, diagrams and tables further enhance the comprehensive text. Other titles in the series include: Practical Guide in Infertility, Practical Guide in Reproductive Surgery and Practical Guide in Andrology and Embryology. Key points Comprehensive guide to assisted reproductive technology Part of new series on reproductive medicine Covers numerous ART procedures for management of infertility Chapters include key points and detailed references for further reading

Reproductive Surgery

A handbook developed with the Society of Reproductive Surgeons, delivering guidance to surgical procedures for female and male infertility.

Reproductive Surgery

A handbook developed with the Society of Reproductive Surgeons, delivering guidance to surgical procedures for female and male infertility.

Fertility oriented Female Reproductive Surgery

This book concentrates on different issues of fertility preservation both in obstetrics and gynecology.

Fertility oriented Female Reproductive Surgery

In modern practice, the role of female reproductive surgery is declining apparently due to the widespread availability of assisted reproductive technology as an attractive option for infertile couples. To be more precise, prevention of female infertility should be the ultimate goal of all obstetricians and gynecologists during operating on females in the reproductive age. This book concentrates on different issues of fertility preservation both in obstetrics and gynecology. Not a matter of kindly or courtesy, but the core of obstetricians and gynecologists' work is to restore normal anatomy and to preserve fertility for all women in the reproductive age.

Practical Guide in Reproductive Surgery

The book presents the latest advances in the field and each chapter includes key points and references for further reading. Clinical photographs, diagrams and tables further enhance the comprehensive text.

Practical Guide in Reproductive Surgery

Part of a new series on reproductive medicine, this book is a complete guide to reproductive surgery. Beginning with an overview of the role and techniques of diagnostic laparoscopy, the following chapters cover numerous surgical procedures for the management of infertility. The book presents the latest advances in the field and each chapter includes key points and references for further reading. Clinical photographs, diagrams and tables further enhance the comprehensive text. Other titles in the series include: Practical Guide in Infertility, Practical Guide in Assisted Reproductive Technology and Practical Guide in Andrology and Embryology. Key points Comprehensive guide to reproductive surgery techniques Part of new series on reproductive medicine Covers numerous procedures for management of infertility Chapters include key points and detailed references for further reading

Medical and Surgical Management of Common Fertility Issues An Issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics E Book

This issue of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics covers the Medical and Surgical Management of Common Fertility Issues.

Medical and Surgical Management of Common Fertility Issues  An Issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics   E Book

This issue of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics covers the Medical and Surgical Management of Common Fertility Issues. Articles include Infertility Evaluation, Ovulation Induction, and problems such as fibroids, endometriosis, and ectopic pregnancy.

Surgery Assisted Reproductive Technology and Infertility

Unlike many texts currently available, this book provides a road map for management well beyond the how-to for a given probl

Surgery  Assisted Reproductive Technology and Infertility

Surgery, Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Infertility describes the intersection of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and surgery in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of clinical disorders in reproduction. Unlike many texts currently available, this book provides a road map for management well beyond the how-to for a given probl

Modern Lifestyles The Newest Fertility Treatments How Modern Women Can Buy Time

ABOUT THE BOOK Infertility prevents couples who have unprotected sex on a regular basis from achieving pregnancy.

Modern Lifestyles  The Newest Fertility Treatments  How Modern Women Can Buy Time

ABOUT THE BOOK Infertility prevents couples who have unprotected sex on a regular basis from achieving pregnancy. Infertility can be both primary and secondary; primary infertility is when the couple cannot get pregnant and never have done so before, and secondary is when a couple is having difficulty conceiving after at least one previously successful pregnancy. Fertility issues can occur in both men and women, with each sex having their own unique and treatable conditions that can prevent pregnancy. The majority of couples can resolve such issues by addressing modifiable risk factors, taking fertility medications, surgery, or assisted reproduction therapies. As age is a factor that increases many medical causes of infertility, it is important that women who want to get pregnant consider all of the options that are available to them in order to increase their chances. Women who find themselves to be infertile usually suffer from ovulation disorders, but some cases can be due to other conditions that affect the reproductive system, as well as lifestyle factors and age. Those who suffer from ovulation disorders will find that their monthly menstrual cycle does not always result in an egg being released, which prevents them from becoming pregnant. Such conditions can arise as a part of the natural ageing process, from primary conditions such as polycistic ovarian syndrome, or as a secondary factor due to conditions such as AIDS or poor thyroid function. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Clomidane Citrate The most common infertility medication used in women who find that they are suffering from ovulation disorders is Clomidane citrate. The commercial name most commonly used for this infertility drug is Clomid, a drug that you will often find being discussed on pregnancy and infertility forums. As a drug that is taken orally, Clomid is designed to regulate ovulation, but can occasionally lead to more than one egg being released, resulting in multiple pregnancies. The majority of women will find that their doctor starts them on a relatively low dose of Clomid, before having their Mg increased if they have been unsuccessful for a few cycles. Clomid is highly successful, around 80-85% of women who experience infertility due to ovulation disorders find that they get pregnant after using it. For those who are prescribed it there is a need to be aware of some of the common side effects associated; many women experience hot flushes, nausea and headaches. Some find that they experience pain when ovulating and there is a slight increase in risk for miscarriages and multiple births... Buy a copy to keep reading!

The Everything Fertility Book

In this book, you'll find the medical and holistic information you need to conceive and bear a happy, healthy child, such as: Side effects of the latest fertility drugs Yoga poses that aid fertility What to expect when seeing a fertility ...

The Everything Fertility Book

Infertility can be a frustrating and heartbreaking disorder compounded by complicated treatments and so-called miracle cures on the market. But couples who have trouble conceiving need all their options laid out in one convenient guide. In this book, you'll find the medical and holistic information you need to conceive and bear a happy, healthy child, such as: Side effects of the latest fertility drugs Yoga poses that aid fertility What to expect when seeing a fertility expert Birth rates associated with various treatments Coping methods for dealing with loss With this authoritative and friendly guide, getting pregnant doesn't have to be a stressful process. Armed with knowledge and reassurance, you will be ready to make the choices that work best for you and start you family, today.

Assisted Reproduction Techniques

Moreover, patients with complex medical disorders may require ART, presenting further challenges. Assisted Reproduction Techniques will stimulate resourceful thinking in the ART practitioner when faced with these challenges.

Assisted Reproduction Techniques

Assisted reproduction techniques have led to the birth of 4 million babies worldwide Assisted reproduction techniques (ART), in particular in-vitro fertilization and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection, are the most advanced forms of infertility treatment. They involve numerous counseling, medical, surgical and laboratory-based steps. At each step various problems and complications could be encountered that challenge even the most experienced ART practitioners. Moreover, patients with complex medical disorders may require ART, presenting further challenges. Assisted Reproduction Techniques will stimulate resourceful thinking in the ART practitioner when faced with these challenges. It outlines various management options, the reasoning behind them, and the evidence on which they are based to enable the practitioner to choose the most suitable solution for the needs of each patient. Written by 122 internationally renowned experts, Assisted Reproduction Techniques follows the patient's journey throughout the whole ART process, with chapters on: Counseling and preparation Ovarian stimulation Oocyte retrieval Embryo transfer The luteal phase The ART laboratory The male patient The ART pregnancy Each of the 100 concise chapters includes clinical cases, background, evidence-based practical management options, preventive measures and key-point summaries of the important details. Assisted Reproduction Techniques gives a wide-ranging practical guide to all those wishing to support couples who cannot conceive naturally.

The IVF Guide

The IVF Treatment Guide empowers prospective parents to ask the right questions and make the best decisions for themselves and their families.

The IVF Guide

IVF Treatment is a very personal journey- one with ups and downs. While there might be loads of information on infertility out there, it is very difficult to find the right information that fits your unique needs. Search for the right treatment option begins with the understanding that every patient is unique and standard treatments do not produce the same outcome for everyone. This concise and accessible overview of reproductive medicine in the 21st century seeks to demystify in vitro fertilization for prospective parents and students. The IVF Treatment Guide walks readers through the fundamentals of human reproductive anatomy and physiology as well as disease processes that cause infertility. This guidebook also highlights various fertility testing methods and treatment options that are currently available or on the horizon. By blending the latest in scientific and medical research with the authors? own clinical experience, The IVF Treatment Guide offers unique insights into the science and art of reproductive medicine and in vitro fertilization. The growing phenomenon of medical tourism has enabled prospective parents to transcend physical borders, local regulations, and monetary restrictions with just a passport and an airline ticket. Countries across the globe now offer high-quality fertility testing and treatment, often at a fraction of the cost. The IVF Treatment Guide empowers prospective parents to ask the right questions and make the best decisions for themselves and their families.

Advances in Assisted Reproductive Technologies

When should IVF be preferable to surgery? What are the ex pected up-to-date world results and what are the psychological, moral, ethical and religious implications? These are all the concerns of the treating team and are addressed here.

Advances in Assisted Reproductive Technologies

The World Congress of In Vitro Fertilization and Alternate Assisted Reproduction, held in Jerusalem, Israel, 2-7 April, 1989, was the sixth in the sequence of these Congresses, but was the first to emphasize the major importance and the place of assisted reproductive technologies in the treatment of infertility. The eternal City of Jerusalem witnessed the gathering of more than 1500 participants from allover the world who shared and exchanged knowledge and up-to-date experience in this ever-evolving field. The high quality scientific contributions to the Congress culminated in the publication of this Proceedings. It embraces all-important aspects in the field of in vitro fertilization and alternate assisted reproduction. Papers on controversies and diversities of methods to stimulate the ovaries, imaging techniques, basic research and state-of-the-art papers on ovarian physiology, the role of GnRH and its analog, clinical aspects of IVF treatment and cryopreservation, up-to-date techniques in assisted reproductive technologies that are quickly developing in conjunction with IVF, were included. When should IVF be preferable to surgery? What are the ex pected up-to-date world results and what are the psychological, moral, ethical and religious implications? These are all the concerns of the treating team and are addressed here. Male factor infertility remains a frustrating problem, but advances in the understanding of sperm-egg interaction, sperm evaluation and preparation are reported. Micromanipulation emerges as a possible alternative to bring some relief to this problem, but it also promises to be central in promoting the field of prenatal genetic analysis.

IVF in the Medically Complicated Patient

Particularly challenging are those patients with pre-existing medical conditions or those receiving medical therapies that may impact the safety and success of their IVF treatments. Prior identification and preparation of the patient

IVF in the Medically Complicated Patient

Each patient seeking assisted reproduction has a unique set of circumstances that affects the outcome of treatment. Particularly challenging are those patients with pre-existing medical conditions or those receiving medical therapies that may impact the safety and success of their IVF treatments. Prior identification and preparation of the patient

Practical Guide to Reproductive Medicine

This is a colour-illustrated, comprehensive clinical textbook and practical guide on reproductive medicine.

Practical Guide to Reproductive Medicine

This is a colour-illustrated, comprehensive clinical textbook and practical guide on reproductive medicine. It covers: the basic priniples of reproductive medicine; male and female infertility; the disorders and diseases associated with sterility and infertility; the climacteric; hormone replacement therapy; paediatric and adolescent endocrinology; endometriosis; contraception; assisted reproduction; surgical procedures, including microsurgery; cryopreservation; surrogacy; and counselling.

Guide To Fertility Treatments

ABOUT THE BOOK It is estimated that across the United States, 6.1 million people struggle to conceive as a result of infertility issues.

Guide To Fertility Treatments

ABOUT THE BOOK It is estimated that across the United States, 6.1 million people struggle to conceive as a result of infertility issues. As far as the childbearing population of the US is concerned, this accounts for around 11% of women, or more than 1 in 10. Fortunately, impaired fertility very rarely means that a woman will never be able to conceive, as the American Pregnancy Association estimates that around 85-90% of cases can be treated either with medication or surgery, leading to a successful pregnancy. Today, there are many procedures that aid reproduction, allowing those who suffer from infertility to successfully conceive. Such procedures include natural self help techniques as well as medications, surgery, and assisted reproduction therapies. MEET THE AUTHOR The Hyperink Team works hard to bring you high-quality, engaging, fun content. If ever you have any questions about our products, or suggestions for how we can make them better, please don't hesitate to contact us! Happy reading! EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Of course, only so much can be done from home when it comes to eliminating your infertility issues, and those who still find themselves unable to conceive should consult a medical professional. As 85-90% of infertility issues can be addressed through medication and surgery, it is important to address your exact issue with medical assistance. Medications such as Clomid and Tamoxifen both increase egg production, while Gonadotrophins can boost fertility in both men and women. When you begin taking Clomid your doctor will advise you as to how many cycles per day are appropriate for you. This varies from woman to woman and depends entirely on how much estrogen you are producing. If your doctor finds that you are not successfully conceiving on Clomid, they may consider trying other treatments, such as Gonadotrophin. It is important to remember that medications can take up to twelve months to work. Buy a copy to keep reading!

Infertility in Practice Fourth Edition

A thoroughly comprehensive book that provides sound theory and evidence based therapy, this book is a must for any practitioner dealing with infertility.

Infertility in Practice  Fourth Edition

The field of infertility research and practice is one of continuous innovation and change, but alongside the increasing sophistication of assisted reproductive techniques there is as strong a need as ever for clinical experience and expertise and common practical sense to inform diagnosis and clinical decision making. Now in its fourth edition, Infertility in Practice is practical and gives the clinician a clear picture of the aetiology of infertility and a careful assessment of the basis for treatment options. A thoroughly comprehensive book that provides sound theory and evidence based therapy, this book is a must for any practitioner dealing with infertility.

Male and Sperm Factors that Maximize IVF Success

A practical review of factors affecting male fertility and the treatments and strategies that can optimize IVF outcomes.

Male and Sperm Factors that Maximize IVF Success

A practical review of factors affecting male fertility and the treatments and strategies that can optimize IVF outcomes.

The Art and Science of Assisted Reproductive Techniques

This multi-authored volume presents a detailed review of the evaluation and management of the infertile couple.

The Art and Science of Assisted Reproductive Techniques

This multi-authored volume presents a detailed review of the evaluation and management of the infertile couple. Covering male and female infertility, medical and surgical strategies for improving reproductive success, techniques of assisted reproductive technology, and future possibilities in this fast-moving field, this extensive text is essential

Fertility and Infertility for Dummies

This friendly guide combines professional and personal advice on every aspect of fertility and infertility.

Fertility and Infertility for Dummies

This friendly guide combines professional and personal advice on every aspect of fertility and infertility. From deciding when to seek help and what help to seek, to the emotional, fi nancial, and medical considerations of fertility treatments, you′ll be reassured every step of the way with all the support and specialist advice you need to increase your chances of a healthy and happy pregnancy.