In Vitro Fertilization
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is an advanced treatment that assists the process of egg fertilization and implantation using the latest medical technology and treatments. The process consists of stimulating egg production, retrieving viable eggs, fertilizing them with sperm in a lab setting, and then implanting them in the intended mother or a surrogate who will carry them through pregnancy..
The treatment focuses on monitoring endocrine systems and aims to produce more mature eggs. Medications differ from one another depending on different situations.
Fertilized eggs are cultured for 2 - 6 days and then transferred into the mother's uterus.
Applicable patients :
Female with obstructed fallopian tubes: Sperm and eggs cannot meet normally, and can only be fertilized by in vitro fertilization.
Male with poor sperm quality: low sperm counts, poor motility, a high percentage of abnormal morphology, or inability to produce sperm.
Aged women (After the age of 35, IVF provides a better and more effective way to get pregnant)
1. Pre-cycle tests and consultation
I. Basic fertility analysis via blood taking or ultrasound
II. Health history inquiry
2. Ovarian stimulation starts from menstrual cycle day 1-3
3. 2-3 Follow-ups during day 8-13
I. Blood test to monitor hormones
II. Measuring egg size and maturity by ultrasound
III. Determination of the date for egg retrieval
4. Egg retrieval during day 14-16
I. Transvaginal oocyte retrieval under mild sedation
II. Minimized discomfort and risk of infection
5. Freeze embryo or Fresh embryo transfer
I. Freeze embryo : patients with need for PGT-A or next cycle transfer.
II. Fresh embryo transfer (ET) : embryo transferred in the same cycle of egg retrieval.
Please bring at the first appointment
National identity certificate of both spouses
Passports of both spouses
Blood test report for sexually transmitted diseases within the pass six months
Medications history and test reports
During the course of treatment you will likely to have the following examinations
Basic information inquiry and physical examinations
Basic information inquiry and physical examination
Routine blood tests