IVF: in-vitro fertilization

1. Initial consultation

During the initial consultation the doctor will discuss your family and personal anamnesis and your medical history.

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2. Examination of couple

Basic clinical and laboratory tests are performed, on the basis of which individual approaches or further tests are recommended.

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3. Hormonal stimulation and oocyte pick-up

Each IVF cycle includes the hormonal stimulation of the woman, which causes the maturation of a higher number of eggs than in a natural cycle.

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4. Methods of insemination

We use standard micromanipulation techniques - ICSI and PICSI sperm injection into the oocyte, mainly due to their high success rates.

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5. Embryo transfer

The embryo is transferred by a thin cannula through the cervix into the uterus. The procedure is performed in a chamber with relaxing music.

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6. Cryopreservation

Cryopreservation is the freezing of embryos for future use. Thus, frozen embryos can be thawed and transferred to the uterus - frozen embryo transfer.

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IVF: In vitro fertilization

The IVF cycle is the designation for the full treatment, which involves the stimulation, oocyte pick-up, fertilization and embryo transfer. In a narrower sense, IVF (in-vitro fertilization) denotes the classical method of cultivation, during which the eggs and sperm are placed into a "tube" and fertilization is expected to occur spontaneously. The original method, however, has a relatively low success rate and is therefore more or less replaced by ICSI and PICSI.

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We offer complete services for assisted reproduction, but also other medical care and counselling. We are able to accurately and thoroughly identify your problems and their causes and to help you overcome them. The slogan that we follow in our work is: "We are helping to start a family”.