IVF In Vitro Fertilisation
The laboratory where the miracle of life arises
What is it?
The fertilisation in Vitro (IVF) is the technique of assisted reproduction in which the union of the ovules and the sperm occurs in the laboratory (hence the name “in vitro”) to become embryos that will be transferred to the uterus days later. If gestation occurs, it will evolve naturally or any other type of pregnancy.
The embryo needs to be incubated in the proper environment for its development (temperature, darkness, osmolarity, pH and basic nutrients). In the Fertilab Assisted Reproduction and Embryology Laboratory we try to make the environment more likely to occur in the fallopian tubes if the fertilization had been “in vivo”. On the third day, the embryo, which still did not differentiate, usually has 8 cells. Each cell has the same genetic information and are called pluripotential. It is from this moment that embryos require substances and growth factors and therefore, that it is the best time to transfer to the uterus.
Usually, IVF is accompanied by a hormonal treatment for the development of more than one ovule. Ideally, we try to achieve the growth of about 8-10 follicles between both ovaries. This increases the chances of obtaining a viable bottle to be implanted.
Benefits of Fertilab
First free appointment
Our first consultation will be free so that we can make a prior recognition of the situation and find the most appropriate alternative to your case.
Choose your gynecologist and nurse
In our center your gynecologist and your nurse will continuously monitor the evolution of the process to ensure that they have the maximum knowledge of your case.
Our philosophy is based on mutual trust and therefore we guarantee that the price of the treatment will always be the same from beginning to end.
Without a waiting list
If you contact us we will give you a date immediately so you can start your treatment as soon as possible.
Steps to follow
Hormone stimulation. Ovaries stimulation and monitoring. It is usually greater than in artificial insemination because it tries to achieve a greater ovarian response.
Ovule retrieval. Egg harvesting. At this point we proceed to pick up between 8 to 10 follicles.
Laboratory IVF-ICSI. Fertilization of the eggs and the male partner’s sperm either by ICSI or classical fecundation.
Conventional fertilization. Embryo culture with Embryoscope +.
Conventional fertilization. Embryo transfer to the maternal uterus.
IVF In vitro fertilisation
- Female hormones analytics during stimulation
- All medical visits/consulations and ecographies are included
- Personal Patient Care Assistant
- Follicular puncture
- In Vitro Fertilisation
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
- EMBRYOSCOPE + embryo culture and evaluation
- Operating room fee (embryo transfer 2 – 3 days post puncture)
- β-HCG Determination
- Time-lapse video of the beginning of your baby’s life
- Sperm bank (if necessary)
- Genetic screening tests
Birth rate % in the ﬁrst cycle
IVF own eggs
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