In Vitro Fertilization

  • Recommended for women with fallopian tube obstruction, cervical disorders, ovulation disorders and endometriosis.
  • men with alterations in sperm quality and / or quantity.
  • Couples with infertility issues of unknown origin.
  • Couples that already had unsuccessful assisted reproductive techniques.
  • Couples where one or both had permanent contraception (tubal ligation and / or vasectomy)
  • Woman wanting to have a child.

Oocyte Vitrification

  • For woman wanting to postpone motherhood.

ROPA Method

  • This procedure allows both individuals to become birth parents by one of them provide the egg and the other one the womb.

Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS)

  • For mothers and fathers who want to know the sex of the baby.
  • Provides information of embryos in case of chromosomal anomalies.

Intrauterine Insemination

  • For young women with patent fallopian tubes
  • Couples with unknown infertility.
  • For couples where the male has a mild to moderate alteration in sperm quality and/or quantity
  • Female with cervical disorders blocking the sperm to flow from the vagina to the uterus.

Long-term embryo culture

  • Recommended for patients who had previous unsuccessful In vitro fertilization.
  • For women older than 38
  • Patients undergo Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis.

ICSI(Intracytoplasmic Microinjection)

  • Recommended for men who had a vasectomy
  • or any sperm anomalies.

Oocyte Donation

  • Recommended for women with low or no ovarian reserve due to physiological or genetic issues (early menopause) or unsuccessful pregnancy after several IVF attempts.