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Dra. Edna Ruiz Paz

Associate Medical Director

Dra. Edna Ruiz Paz/ Gynecology

Male infertility – Assisted reproduction techniques – Meiosis – Erectile dysfunction – Infertility


What People Are Saying About Dra Ruiz


Una Doctora encantadora y profesional!
Me resolvió todas mis dudas con mucha paciencia, atención muy cercana.
Muy recomendable!!!

Silvia Castilla

“Excelente doctora, tengo que agradecerle todo y mucho hoy día. Soy madre gracias a sus benditas manos que puso en el vientre de mi mujer a mi hijo, hoy ya a cumplido sus 9 mesesitos !!!! Estaremos eternamente agradecidas de haberte tenido como ginecóloga y amiga por que así nos hemos sentido contigo Edna , gracias mil veces gracias por tu comprensión tu atención y tu humanidad con nosotras y sobre todo enhorabuena por ser una gran ginecóloga y gran profesional recomendable 100% no os arrepentiréis de conocerla”

Silvia Castilla
Sara & Jose

“Nuestra experiencia con Edna fue estupenda. Nos explico todo claramente, nos guió y aconsejo en todo momento. Siempre estuvo disponible para cualquier consulta. Desde el primer día nos transmitió mucha confianza. Finalmente nuestro tratamiento salió muy bien y ahora nuestras pequeñas tienen 7 meses… Estamos muy agradecidos por su profesionalidad y por su cercanía al acompañarnos en este camino. Mil gracias!”

Sara & Jose
useful information

Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, fertility begins to drop as early as your late 20s or early 30s. It tends to fall more rapidly after age 35 as your egg reserves become even more depleted. Thus, the best age for freezing your eggs likely falls somewhere between 27 and 34.

Experts say the best time to get pregnant is between your late 20s and early 30s. This age range is associated with the best outcomes for both you and your baby. One study pinpointed the ideal age to give birth to a first child as 30.5. Your age is just one factor that should go into your decision to get pregnant. How ever, the decision to become a mother is increasingly delayed due to today’s lifestyle. However, with advancements in technology, experiencing pregnancy at a later age is possible.

The level of AMH in the blood can help doctors estimate the total number of follicles inside the ovaries, and therefore a woman’s total egg count. Because AMH levels stay basically stable throughout a cycle, the blood test can be performed at any time. The AMH blood test has become more common in the past 15 years, but another way to determine a woman’s ovarian reserve is to conduct an antral follicle count during a transvaginal ultrasound. This method, which entails counting the follicles seen on the screen, is also useful, along with AMH

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