In Vitro Fertilization

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In vitro fertilization is a series of complex procedures used to improve fertility, prevent genetic disorders, and aid in the conception of a child. During in vitro fertilization, mature eggs are extracted from the ovaries and fertilized in a laboratory. Fertilization takes place in a laboratory dish containing the retrieved eggs and motile sperm. The fertilized eggs develop for three to five days in a controlled environment before being transferred to the woman’s uterus for possible implantation and embryo development. A complete in vitro fertilization cycle takes approximately three weeks. Occasionally, these steps are separated into distinct phases, which can lengthen the process.

In vitro fertilization is the most effective method of assisted reproduction. It is possible to use the couple’s own eggs and sperm for the procedure, or from a known or unknown donor. In certain instances, a gestational carrier — a woman with an embryo implanted in her uterus — may be utilized.

Numerous factors, such as your age and the cause of infertility, influence your chances of having a healthy baby through in vitro fertilization. If more than one embryo is transferred to the uterus, in vitro fertilization can result in multiple pregnancies (multiple pregnancy).

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Private treatment in our hospital network allows you skip waiting lists while at the same time reducing the costs of IVF considerably, up to 50% cheaper, in countries that are just a short flight from home. The countries listed below make excellent choices with modern hospitals and well-trained English speaking surgeons.

Our medical consultants will advise you on the best choice for your treatment in one of our leading hospitals. We will evaluate your current condition, expectations and other related factors, and offer you the most suitable options, respecting your health and the individual needs of your body, age and anamnesis. Your health is unique and so should be your solution.

Conditions that decrease Fertility

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IVF may be an option, for instance, if you or your partner have:

  • Fallopian tube injury or obstruction. Damaged or blocked fallopian tubes make it difficult for an egg to be fertilized or an embryo to reach the uterus.
  • Ovulation disorders. If ovulation is irregular or nonexistent, there are fewer eggs available for fertilization.
  • Endometriosis. Endometriosis occurs when tissue resembling the uterine lining grows outside of the uterus, frequently affecting the ovaries, uterus, and fallopian tubes.
  • Uterine fibroids. Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that can prevent the fertilized egg from implanting. They are prevalent in women aged 30 to 40.
  • Tubal sterilization or removal in the past. Tubal ligation is a form of sterilization in which the fallopian tubes are permanently severed or blocked to prevent pregnancy. In vitro fertilization may be a viable alternative to tubal ligation reversal surgery if you wish to conceive after tubal ligation.
  • Reduced production or function of sperm. Sperm can have difficulty fertilizing an egg if their concentration is below average, they have poor mobility, or they have an abnormal size or shape.
  • A genetic disorder. If you or your partner are at risk of passing on a genetic disorder to your child, a preimplantation genetic testing may be necessary. After the eggs have been harvested and fertilized, they are screened for possible genetic defects, although not all defects can be detected. Embryos that are free of identified defects can be transferred to the uterus.
  • Preserving fertility despite cancer or other health conditions. In vitro fertilization for fertility preservation may be an option if you’re about to undergo cancer treatment that could impair your fertility, such as radiation therapy or chemotherapy. Eggs can be extracted from a woman’s ovaries and frozen to be fertilized in the future.

IVF Procedure

IVF procedure

In vitro fertilization requires a number of procedures, including ovarian stimulation, egg and sperm collection, fertilization, and transfer of the embryos. A single in vitro fertilization cycle can last between two and three weeks. Multiple cycles may be required to get pregnant.

Other Procedures


There are other procedures related to aspects of reproduction, either by assisting with fertility issues, influencing the sex of the child, or marking the natural end of pregnancy with the birth of a child. Testicular retrieval of sperm involves extracting sperm from the testicles to aid assisted reproductive techniques for couples facing fertility issues.