Conventional In-Vitro-Fertilisation (IVF)
In-Vitro-Fertilisation is a treatment of high technical complexity but simple and safe for the patients. It is the assisted reproduction technique that provides the best pregnancy rates.
It is a very effective treatment that consists of uniting in the laboratory each of the patient’s eggs with the spermatozoa of their partner or of a sperm donor to obtain embryos and finally perform the transfer of the best embryo into the future mother’s uterus.
The process consists of four simple steps: ovarian stimulation with medication for the eggs’ growth, ovarian puncture to recover the eggs, fertilisation and culture of the embryos and transfer into the woman’s uterus.
This treatment is indicated in multiple cases: low ovarian reserve, endometriosis, tubal obstruction or ligation, patients with infertility or sterility of unknown origin, couples with failures in artificial insemination or recurrent miscarriages, among many others.
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– Orientation, scheduling and medical control of the cycle.
– Ovarian puncture.
– Operating theatre, mild sedation and outpatient clinic.
– Andrology and IVF laboratories.
– Embryo culture and study of the status of each embryo.
– Embryo transfer.
– Pregnancy test and follow-up until the first pregnancy ultrasound.
It does not include the cost of the patient’s medication.
How does the process work?
First visit + medical orientation + medical tests
Ovarian stimulation + follicular puncture + Lab: IVF
Embryo culture + embryo transfer
Beta wait + pregnancy test
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