At the initial meeting, you will get a clear idea of your fertility options and create a conception plan with a specialist. This includes a full consultation and diagnostic workup. Partners are welcome.
Getting pregnant is not always easy. Currently, one in eight couples have trouble getting pregnant. This number increases to one couple in three after the age of 35. The good news, however, is that reproductive medicine can greatly improve your chances of conceiving.
Postponing parenthood for the sake of a career is currently a significant social trend. However, many couples do not realise that they are radically reducing their chances of conception by taking this step. Cryopreservation of cells ''social freezing'' offers a solution.
Egg donation is one of the very successful methods of infertility treatment. The eggs obtained from a healthy anonymous donor are fertilised with the sperm of the recipient's partner and the resulting embryo is subsequently transferred into the uterus of the recipient - the mother-to-be.
When selecting a suitable donor, we always try to match the type of male partner of the couple being treated as closely as possible. We take into account not only height, eye and hair colour, blood group and Rh factor, but also interests that may be important to you.
The union of the donor egg and the donor sperm produces donated embryos. When selecting both of these donors, we always try to match the external features of you and your partner as closely as possible (height, eye and hair colour).