Today, sterility has become quite urgent problem for the world, though in the 21stcentury, in terms of innovations in medical sphere, this problem can be solved by in vitro fertilization.
In reproductive medicine and, generally, in vitro fertilization it is important to carry out various genetic researches and to apply the up-to-date technology, which ensures desired outcome.
What is in vitro fertilization?
In vitro fertilization is a supplementary method of infertility treatment, which implies in vitro fusion of male and female reproductive cells, and then the embryo is inserted into the female uterus. In vitro fertilization procedure consists of three main phases:
- Stimulation of ovaries;
- Extraction of the ovum out of the follicle and its cultivation;
- Placement of the embryo into the uterine cavity.
When is the artificial insemination applied to?
The artificial insemination should be applied to, when various methods of treatment do not provide desired result.
What studies are required for in vitro fertilization?
- Endocrinologist’s consultation;
- hormonal and infection analysis;
- Echoscopy of mammary and thyroid glands;
- Gynecologic echoscopy;
- Full echoscopy of abdominal cavity and definition of anti mullerian hormone;
- Diagnostic laparoscopy, hysteroscopy analysis.
- Professional, highly skilled specialists with Western experience;
- Only in Caraps Medline clinic! Up-to-date methods of diagnostics, including diagnosis of the embryo’s pre-implantation genetic diseases (PGD);
- Only in Caraps Medline clinic!Transfer of blastocyst, i. e. 5-day-old embryo into the uterus, which ensures better attachment to the uterus;
- ISO 9001:2008 the laboratory with the International certificate;
- Updated infrastructure and patient-focused service.