In-vitro method which is an extracorporeal fertilization.

Known around the world for the past 35 years, successfully used in Poland for 25 years. In vitro method helps couples enjoy the desired offspring every year.

Extracorporeal fertilization, the so-called in-vitro, is a basic technique supporting reproduction and infertility treatment. If you have been trying to have baby for a long time without any success, in vitro is definitely a method which can significantly increase the chances of pregnancy and dealing with infertility

Today, thanks to the development of medicine, contrary to previous generations, you receive the hope for a happy and healthy offspring. We will be pleased to fight for the second life change together.

In-vitro, who is it for?

The method was created for couples who struggle with infertility problem, which means that they could not naturally conceive a baby, and all previously implemented infertility treatments were unsuccessful.

The effectiveness of the in-vitro method

The success of the in-vitro method is estimated to be around 30-40%. The effectiveness is the situation in which a couple manages to have a healthy baby.

Importantly, the course of pregnancy or the birth do not depend on the in-vitro technique.

What is extracorporeal fertilization?

In vitro is the fertilization of the egg outside the woman’s body, that is, in laboratory conditions. The first stage comprises the stimulation of ovaries. Hormone drugs are dosed in order to obtain more than a single egg. The next stage involves adding sperm to the removed egg. The fertilized zygote undergoes several splits, a few-days- old embryo is transferred to the woman’s body. The pregnancy develops when the embryo is nested in the uterus. The final stage is the pregnancy confirmation with the BHCG examination and then with the ultrasound.

Detailed procedure of the extracorporeal fertilization process*:

  • Diagnosing infertility problem; selecting appropriate treatment
  • Ovarian stimulation
  • Ovarian puncture (egg removal)
  • Donation of the semen by the partner
  • Freezing extra eggs for further processes
  • IVF egg fertilization in the laboratory (ICSI)
  • Growing cells to produce embryos
  • Embryo transfer (maximum 3)
  • Performing pregnancy test
  • Cryo-transfer (transfer of defrosted embryos)
  • Post-procedure medical consultation
  • Supporting embryo implantation and early pregnancy

*may vary depending on the individual medical assessment of patients.

When to perform a pregnancy test after in-vitro procedure?

No sooner than 2 weeks after the transfer to the woman’s body. Performing the test earlier, may result in false results.

Indications for the application of in vitro method:

  • Blocked fallopian tubes
  • Removed fallopian tubes
  • Unidentified causes of the inability to get pregnant in a natural way
  • Serious form of endometriosis
  • Semen of low quality
  • Hormonal disorder of the monthly cycle
  • Egg donation
  • Abnormalities in the functioning of the ovaries
  • Failure of previous fertilization methods

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