Why is it recommendable to go abroad for an IVF- Treatment?

The demand for an IVF-treatment abroad continues increasing. More and more couples from Germany are interested in clinics in Spain which offer services that may be restricted or even illegal in their own country. In Germany exist a lot of restrictions referring to medical methods which should be kept in mind:

  • egg donation via another woman
  • limitation of 3 eggs
  • surrogate motherhood
  • donation of an embryo
  • pre-implantation diagnostics

Clinics in Valencia such as Crea, Fivir, Imer or Ginemed may raise new hopes offering a variety of those methods that can be realized succesfully and without any worries.

Crea for example guarantees couples of any age a pregnany of 78,3% via the egg donation.

Statistics reveal that the chance of becoming pregnant is quite high. In additon to the possibility of taking advantage from the variety of treatments couples also have the opportunity to make demands on psychological support as long as they wish to. All treatments are personalised and do respect each individual request.

Fivir also offers support with regard to nutricional and healthy lifestyle to increase even more the chance of a pregnancy.

All four clinics promise first quality that is proved by various certificates. In a first free counseling interview patients have the possibility to get information about any treatment and process and above all to create mutual trust in the doctor.

What exactly is the IVF donation -treatment? And how does the process look like ?

It is a certain technic of reproduction which facilitates a pregnancy via another woman’s egg donation.

1. Supply of the egg:

  • selection of a suitable donator on the basis of the receptor’s physical characteristics
  • synchronisation of both cycles
  • stimulation of the donator’s ovary via application of instructed hormones (once ready thefollicular aspiration occurs, consequently creating the eggs)

2. Preparation of the reception:

The receptor should produce endometrial during the transfer which is monitored by sonogram and blood analysis

3. Transfer

The donated eggs are inseminated in the laboratory with the sperm donor’s sperm cells. Thus the process of Invitro-Fertilisation begins. (Synchronisation of the receptor’s endometrial and the phase of the embryonal development).

In case of excessive viable embryos, which can be reused after being kept congealed,it is possible to give birth to a sister or a brother.

If you have any doubt don’t heritages to call us, and we can give you more information.

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