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Comprehensive Health Care at Jordan Hospital

Jordan Hospital, located in Amman, Jordan is a leading provider of accredited and certified health care and offers one of the world’s most advanced healthcare systems. As a leader in excellent health care, Jordan has a long history of cutting edge technologies and procedures. The first kidney transplant was performed in 1972, the first heart transplant was performed in 1985 and living liver transplant in 2004.
Jordan Hospital is one of the largest in the region, offering a 300-bed hospital enveloping multiple specialties and advanced medical services in:
  • Neurosurgery
  • Cardiac care
  • Organ transplant
  • Bariatric
  • Pediatric
  • Orthopedics

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New Trends in Fertility Treatment Abroad

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Infertility afflicts millions of couples around the globe. Caused by a multitude of factors, including ovarian failure, endometriosis, insufficient male sperm, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and more, treatments and solutions to infertility have offered couples around the world the opportunity to try for the baby they’ve always wanted. Unfortunately, in many cases, the cost of treatments, drugs, and procedures present financial hurdles that many couples cannot overcome.

Common procedures for treating infertility in the past have included artificial insemination, in Vitro fertilization, embryo transfer and reproductive assistance and sperm extraction techniques. Additional options and choices for parents include newer technologies, several of which include forms of assisted reproduction, known as ART, including IVF (in Vitro fertilization) and PGD (pre-implantation genetic diagnosis), assisted zona hatching (AZH) and autologous endometrial coculture (AEC) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

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Babies on the Way : Fertility Treatment Options for the 21st Century

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Infertility is a subject that many couples don’t want to discuss, but it’s an issue that millions of couples around the world deal with on a daily basis. The causes of infertility are numerous, from lack of ovulation to low sperm counts in men. Infertility is not just a woman’s problem, but because of basic anatomy and physiology, women’s ‘plumbing’ so to speak, is more complex and therefore apt to contribute more difficulties to conception than males.

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However, there’s hope on the horizon – new techniques and options in infertility are available not only in the U.S. but also around the world.

Common treatments today include:

  • IVF (in vitro fertilization)
  • OI (Ovulation induction)
  • Clomid treatments
  • AI (artificial insemination)
  • ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection)
  • IUI (intrauterine insemination)
  • Alternative Medicines

Whether you’re in your twenties or your forties, couples are finding new techniques to help their dreams of parenthood come true. Most fertility treatments help to increase the development of eggs within the ovary, which help to promote the chances of one of those eggs being fertilized by a sperm. For women who don’t have regular monthly cycles to those who just can’t seem to conceive due to ovulation difficulties, fertility treatments can help.

Treatments with drugs or medications are usually the first step, in an effort to try and stimulate and induce ovulation. These types of drugs are designed for women who have been diagnosed with ovulation difficulties and offers about an 80% success rate. Women who experience difficulties with follicle development, and thereby ovulation problems, may benefit from ovulation induction therapies, where hormones are given to stimulate follicle and egg development.

Intrauterine insemination is generally the next step in the infertility treatment process, also known as artificial insemination. Women experiencing fallopian tube defects or damage, as well as those with poor egg quality often benefit from this type of therapy. At this point, treatments can become quite expensive. Next often comes in vitro fertilization. This involves placement of an already fertilized egg into the woman’s uterus for implantation.

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