Cryo (cryopreservation) or ultra-fast freezing of cells is a modern method to provide a high level of survival of cells after the thawing process due to the high concentration of cryoprotectants we use...
The egg donation program is based on the IVF method and is intended for women who do not have (or cannot use) their own oocytes, as well as for those who have a high risk of having a baby with pathology. This procedure is also used when there is a risk of genetically transmitted diseases exists.
IVF is not only a highly effective treatment for infertility, but also a secondary method (and so far is the only one that exists) that, through access to human eggs, allows diagnosing of many hereditary (genetic) diseases before the embryo is transferred into the uterus of the mother, that is, before pregnancy. This method is called preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) of hereditary diseases.
The options available to gay and lesbian potential parents are wider now than ever before. One of such solutions is surrogacy, which provides a great opportunity for gay couples who have face problems with child adoption and for those who would like to have genetic link to the baby.
ICSI (Intracytoplasmic sperm injection) is a procedure of an injection of sperm in the cytoplasm of the women’s egg and is done under a microscope using different micromanipulation devices. In order to obtain fertilization "in vitro", it is necessary to add to each of the egg of at least 50,000 actively motile and morphologically normal sperm.
We are happy to answer all of your questions about the organization of the programs of ART (assisted reproductive technology), such as IVF, ICSI, donor programs, and surrogacy. You can come to our office, or we can help you remotely: via phone or e-mail. Consultations on organizational issues are free of charge.
Our main task is to provide a full coordination of ART programs, IVF programs, including using gamete donation and surrogacy motherhood. Our acquaintance begins with the organization of primary medical examination, treatment, stimulation, and diagnosis, transfer of embryos, prenatal care and, of course, childbirth support.