LGBTQ+ families, you with no partner or if you prefer to do the treatment alone you are so very welcome to us!
Do you dream of having twins? Or longing for a specific gender of your baby? We can help you to try for that too. Ask us for more info about gender selection. Usually we transfer 1-2 top graded embryo in blastocyst stage until a pregnancy is achieved. To increase the chance to hope for [...]
We also offer Pregnancy Guarantee packages and Baby Guarantee packages with refund, a 100% Money Back Guarantee. We have no fixed overall age limit and we have also a Pregnancy Guarantee Treatment for all ages.
We proudly present a new line of treatment packages with all medications, accommodation, food and car transfers included the price for your convenience. Even all your health tests is included the rice if you want to come and do them at our clinic! If you need donor eggs, donor sperm or donor embryos that [...]
5 blastocyst embryos are guaranteed if you use a donor egg, many times the result will be even better. The sperm must have a minimum of 5% progressive motility, 4% morphology and 10 million count. Otherwise, the package can be performed without a 5 embryo guarantee or donor sperm can be provided upon your [...]
There has been a lot of talks lately about immune testing and its relationship to failed IVF cycles. However, this area is understudied and fertility specialists have little knowledge of the immune system. Nevertheless, many have expensive immune tests done. For example, some of the tests include DQ Alpha, Reproductive Immunophenotype, Antinuclear Antibodies, TJ6 [...]
Are there patients who have successfully given birth to a baby after immunotherapy? What is your opinion ?
To date, no theory has been able to establish a relationship between immune therapy and successful IVF treatment. Couples can successfully give birth after going through multiple IVF cycles. In such cases, there have been no changes in the procedure so far. Unfortunately, many fertility clinics still falsely claim an IVF cycle failure after [...]
The whole process of embryo transfer takes about 15 minutes. You will not receive anaesthesia during the process, so there may be some discomfort during speculum insertion.
You can actually follow the entire procedure through the ultrasound machine. The screen is at an angle from which you can easily observe the transfer process. You can see all the embryos being slowly released into your uterus using a plastic catheter.
Yes, you can eat and drink before transfer. You should even drink at least 1 litre of water before the transfer to fill the bladder so that the uterus can be seen better during the ultrasound guidance.