The future of assisted reproduction is moving worldwide to develop less invasive procedures not only for the embryos produced by In Vitro Fertilization but also to make your experience more pleasant during the process of ovarian stimulation.
Innovations to improve the experience of being a mother during your fertility treatment.
Most patients have reported in the consultation session that the high number of injections that need to be administered in the abdomen to mature their eggs sometimes reaches up to 20, causing high levels of anxiety and fear, which leads in many cases to a misapplication of the medication, which can affect the success of your treatment.
CITMER, always concerned about your physical and emotional wellbeing, has successfully introduced into its treatments a process of ovarian stimulation that reduces by up to 85% the number of injections in the abdomen (from up to 20 injections to only 3) that are necessary as part of this stimulation, making this innovation a more pleasant experience in the search for that longed-for baby. This method has already been successfully tested in Europe, in countries like Spain and CITMER has it exclusively and for the first time in Mexico.
With this method we improve your experience during the search for your baby because most of them suffer from anxiety and stress caused by the pain that multiple injections in the abdomen could cause, according to a study conducted in patients from France, Germany, Italy and Spain, which was published in the magazine ‘Human Reproduction’ where it was reported that ovarian stimulation during an assisted reproduction treatment contributes to the physical and psychological stress of patients mostly associated with the large number of injections that a patient has to administer.
CITMER faithful to its principles of innovation of its assisted reproduction techniques with the philosophy of “Improving the experience of being a mother”, once again becomes a pioneer in Mexico in the innovation of its protocols by offering you this novel method of ovarian stimulation.