IVF (in vitro fertilization) is a type of assisted reproductive technology (ART) used to help individuals or couples conceive a child. It involves combining eggs and sperm in a lab dish to create embryos, which are then transferred into the uterus. IVF can be used for a range of fertility issues, including infertility due to blocked fallopian tubes, low sperm count, or unexplained reasons.
An IVF (in vitro fertilization) timeline typically involves several stages, starting with ovarian stimulation to produce multiple eggs, followed by egg retrieval, fertilization in a lab dish with sperm, and embryo transfer into the uterus. The entire process usually takes around 4-6 weeks but can vary depending on individual circumstances and medical protocols.
IVF involves fertilizing eggs with sperm in a lab dish and transferring resulting embryos into the uterus, while IUI involves placing washed sperm directly into the uterus. IVF is more invasive and expensive but may have higher success rates, while IUI is less invasive and less expensive but may have lower success rates for certain fertility issues.
Yes, we do. PGD (preimplantation genetic diagnosis) is a technique used during in vitro fertilization (IVF) to test embryos for sex and genetic abnormalities before they are implanted in the uterus. PGD involves removing one or more cells from an embryo and analyzing the genetic material to detect any inherited genetic disorders or chromosomal abnormalities. This allows doctors to select embryos that are free of genetic defects and have the best chance of resulting in a healthy pregnancy and baby. PGD is typically used for couples who are carriers of genetic diseases or who have a history of genetic disorders in their families.
Testing embryos created through IVF for genetic disorders (PGD), the sex of the embryos can be determined, and embryos of the desired sex can be transferred to the uterus for implantation.
Gestational surrogacy is a type of surrogacy in which a woman (the surrogate) carries and delivers a baby for another person or couple (the intended parents) using an embryo created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) using the intended mother’s or a donor’s egg and the intended father’s or a donor’s sperm. The surrogate is not genetically related to the baby and carries the pregnancy on behalf of the intended parents.
Yes, we do. Egg donation is a process in which a woman donates her eggs to another person or couple who are unable to conceive on their own. The eggs are retrieved from the donor’s ovaries and fertilized with sperm in a lab dish to create embryos that can be implanted in the intended mother’s uterus or that of a gestational surrogate. Egg donation can be a solution for women who have fertility issues or who have had their ovaries removed, as well as same-sex male couples and single men who want to have a biological child.
Yes, we do.
Yes, we do.
It is possible. Getting twins via IVF occurs when two embryos are transferred to the uterus, and both implant successfully, resulting in a twin pregnancy. The likelihood of having twins with IVF depends on several factors, including the woman’s age, the number of embryos transferred, and the type of IVF procedure used. While having twins may seem like a desirable outcome for some couples, it also carries higher risks for both the mother and babies during pregnancy and delivery.
Yes, we do assist with shipping frozen eggs/sperm/embryos around the world.
Yes, we do. We accept credit cards, cash, check, bank deposits, or online bank transfers as payments.
Yes, we do! We have the newest and advanced technology called the Oocyte Rejuvenation program that can solve age-related infertility issues.