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Immunology

Immunological infertility

Whether autoimmune disorders in women can result in infertility is still subject of some debate. Based on more recent studies, we believe that autoimmune disorders may possibly impact fertility in women, even in cases in which these problems do not otherwise require treatment. In cooperation with Dr. Reichel-Fentz, a specialist in transfusion medicine, we provide the immunological treatments alongside your therapy that appear to be indicated after the diagnostic procedures performed by her.

Dr. med. Sylke Reichel-Fentz
MVZ Heidelberg
Wasserturmstrasse 71
69214 Eppelheim

Tel: 06221 7523981
Fax: 06221 7523376
E-Mail kinderwunsch@synlab.de

Website: www.immu-baby.de/

Antibodies against egg cells or sperm

Antibodies against egg cells, sperm and other cells in the body may negatively impact the chances of becoming pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to full term. The large variety of possible antibodies prevents a simple, general statement pertaining to their significance. Overall, so-called immunological sterility can only rarely be considered of great significance, however.