Fertility Treatment

Euploid single embryo transfer

This treatment goes one step further. In order to select a chromosomically normal embryo, a PGD analysis is done to the embryos, and then we select only one for the embryo transfer.

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IUI

This technique of assisted conception involves the placement of a clean preparation of sperm in the uterus for the fertilization of an egg that has just been released from the ovaries.

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IVF

This is the most popular Assisted Reproduction Technique (ART). It involves stimulation of the ovaries for the maturation of more than one egg and their fertilization by sperms in a dish, outside of a woman's womb. One or up to three (maximum) fertilized eggs, or early embryo(s) are then transferred back in the womb to grow and develop.

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IVF Natural cycle

This technique is the same as an IVF, but it does not involve fertility medications and ovarian stimulation. It relies on the one egg that is produced during the treatment menstrual cycle, its fertilization by a sperm and transfer back in the womb.

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IVF Minimal stimulation

This technique is the same as the standard IVF, but it uses lower doses of fertility medications for ovarian stimulation. The fewer eggs that are produced are fertilized in a dish with sperms, and one, or up to three of them are transferred back in the womb.

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ICSI

This technique is employed as part of an IVF, and it involves injection of a single sperm into the center of an egg.

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eSET

This is a procedure in which one single embryo, the best one, is 'elected' or selected for transfer back in the womb.

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Mock embryo transfer

This technique is performed as a rehearsal for the actual embryo transfer by collecting information about the womb and checking the transvaginal route.

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ISMT

This method transfers the liquid medium from developing embryos in the lab prior embryo transfer, in order to prime the endometrium (lining of the womb) and to increase its receptivity.

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