Look for the Right Options in fertility Solutions

The results displayed by infertility clinics are an essential indicator. These figures reflect the age of the patients, their pathology, but above all the quality of the reproductive center.

How It Emerged

Since 1990, nearly 5,000 couples from 80 countries have come every year to consult the expert Infertility Institute. Among them, nine out of ten couples reach their goal: to become a parent. In fact, over the past 29 years, IVI centers have contributed to the birth of 160,000 children. In IVI, this success translates into pregnancy rates per patient of around 71.3% for IVF-ICSI with the patient’s oocytes and 79.6% for IVF with egg donation. After three attempts, these rates exceed 95.2% for IVF-ICSI with the patient’s oocytes and 99.2% for IVF with oocyte donation.

The varied offer of treatments: a major criterion of choice

Among the selection criteria, the different treatments offered hold a fundamental place. All the assisted reproduction treatments available today are practiced in IVI clinics. These include in particular:

  • Artificial insemination (AI)
  • In vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • Egg donation
  • Sperm micro-injection (ICSI)
  • Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)
  • Preservation of fertility (vitrification of oocytes, freezing of ovarian tissue and transposition of the ovaries).

The techniques and tests that make the difference

Some infertility clinics, such as IVI, offer techniques and tests to increase the chances of successful PMA treatment. Get more info for the same as you go for the best fertility clinics.

The techniques are:

  • Vitrification of oocytes (cryopreservation of oocytes)
  • Sperm donation
  • ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection, technique of selecting a single sperm micro-injected directly into the egg for fertilization)
  • EmbryoScope (a latest generation incubator incorporating Time Lapse technology)
  • MACS (immunomagnetic cell selection, to separate healthy sperm from unhealthy, with an improvement in pregnancy rate ranging from 10 to 15%).

The tests are:

  • Pre-implantation genetic tests (PGT), PGT-A (pre-implantation genetic test for the analysis of aneuploidies), PGT-M (pre-implantation genetic tests for monogenic diseases) and PGT-SR (pre-implantation genetic tests for diseases related to structure)
  • Non-invasive prenatal tests
  • TCG (genetic compatibility test)

Personalized programs open to all

When it’s time to decide, certain specialties can make a real difference. At IVI, several dedicated programs are likely to meet your expectations:

Perfect Match 360°: a set of techniques optimizing physical resemblance and biometric correspondence between the sperm or oocyte donor and the patient.

The ROPA method intended for lesbian couples and allowing to share the IVF process, one being the genetic mother and the other the biological mother.

The IVI Baby plan: a program guaranteeing that patients will reach their goal or receive reimbursement for their treatment.

The IVI Oncology program: free IVI fertility preservation plan for cancer patients.

Specific care for international patients

IVI professionals benefit from a long experience in the care of international patients. In practice, this translates into easier programming of remote treatments. To avoid people from abroad multiplying unnecessary visits, the entire clinical team is concentrating its efforts on carrying out a very comprehensive first consultation aimed at:

  • Review medical history
  • Perform the examinations and assessments necessary for establishing the diagnosis (basal hormonal study, ultrasound, hysterosalpingography, spermogram, etc.)
  • Obtain a semen sample to freeze if necessary

At the end of this exhaustive examination, personalized follow-up is carried out by post almost until the appointment for embryo transfer, if no other medical procedure requires the express presence of the patients.

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