In vitro fertilization (IVF) is an opportunity for "infertile" couples to become parents. The IVF process consists of extracting an egg to artificially fertilize it outside the woman's body, and then transfer the embryo to the uterus.
IVF is used when it is not possible to get pregnant naturally, and the ongoing therapy does not give results. This method is also suitable for conscious parenting, in cases where one of the spouses has hereditary diseases and there is a risk of passing on a defective gene or an incorrect set of chromosomes.
Today, IVF is considered the most effective method of overcoming infertility.
Indications for IVF:
- congenital and acquired ovarian defects;
- absence of ovaries (in this case, donor eggs are used);
- congenital and acquired defects of the fallopian tubes;
- obstruction of the fallopian tubes;
- endocrine infertility;
- immunological infertility;
- anovulatory cycles.
Contraindications for IVF:
- congenital or acquired uterine defects;
- absence of a uterus;
- intolerance to the drugs used in the program;
- heart defects;
- a history of stroke;
- serious diseases of the circulatory system;
- significant violations of the thyroid gland;
- diseases of the hypothalamic-pituitary system;
- kidney disease;
- malignant formation of any localization;
- mental disorders.
Benefits of IVF at Nurai Center
Individual approach to each pair
Personalized protocol that takes into account the characteristics of each patient
Full range of services
Possibility of IVF by quota within the framework of the "ANSAGAN SABI" program