What is IVF?

This procedure refers to assisted reproductive technologies and is considered one of the most effective methods of dealing with infertility. The abbreviation "ECO" stands for in vitro fertilization. This title reflects the whole point of the procedure. After all, “extra” means outside, and “corpus” - body. Simply put, it is fertilization outside the body.

To obtain the desired pregnancy, the IVF protocol is carried out rigorously. The combination of sperm and eggs is carried out in a special environment in a test tube. It is in vitro that life begins. After formation, the embryos are grown and sorted. The best samples are placed in the patient's uterus.

But this is only part of the procedure. After all, to make IVF, you should undergo a comprehensive examination and prepare the body for pregnancy. All the necessary manipulations can be performed at the IPF Family Planning Institute. We work to give you the joy of parenthood.

There are several types of IVF

IVF with Egg Donor and Surrogate

  • Primary Medical consultation

  • Blood Tests

  • Egg donor medical examination an blood tests

  • Ultrasound monitoring of follicles

  • Hormonal medication for stimulation

  • Sperm sample collection, vitrification, sperm testing

    • Vitrification is a technology that is used in the embryo and egg freezing process so that they can be stored for later use. ... This science, called cryobiology, has come up with 2 methods that work well with human embryos, slow freezing, and vitrification.​

  • Ovarian puncture with anesthesia package, ultrasound control, oocytes collection

  • Oocytes fertilization with ICSI technique

    • Oocytes - a cell in an ovary which may undergo meiotic division to form an ovum.​

  • Embryo storage for 1 year

  • Surrogate matching

  • Surrogacy candidates medical examination and analysis

  • Surrogate candidates endometrium preparation before embryo transfer

  • Medications for endometrium preparation, monitoring of  endometrium growth

    • Endometim - the mucous membrane lining the uterus, which thickens during the menstrual cycle in preparation for possible implantation of an embryo.​

  • Thawing of embryos and transfer to surrogate

  • Medications for early pregnancy support

  • Pregnancy care program for surrogate mother, including pre-natal PAPP-A test and Ultrasound diagnostics

    • PAPP-A test also called a "first-trimester test" = Pappalysin-1, also known as pregnancy-associated plasma protein A, is a protein encoded by the PAPPA gene in humans. PAPPA is a secreted protease whose main substrate is insulin-like growth factor binding proteins. Pappalysin-1 is also used in screening tests for Down syndrome.​

  • Consultations by neonatologist for newborn

  • Legal support services

  • Newborn's birth certificate and embassy registration

IVF Using Your Own Eggs

  • Primary medical consultation

  • Blood tests for couple

  • The development of individual ovarian superovulation stimulation protocol

  • Ultrasound monitoring of follicles growth

  • Hormonal medicines for stimulation

  • Sperm sample collection, vitrification, sperm test

  • Ovarian puncture with anesthesia package, ultrasound control, oocytes collection

  • Oocytes fertilization with ICSI technique

  • embryos vitrification, storage for one year

  • Surrogate selection

  • Surrogate medical examination, analyses

  • Surrogate endometrium preparation before embryo transfer

  • Medications for endometrium preparation, monitoring of endometrium growth

  • Thawing of embryos and transfer to surrogate

  • Medications for early pregnancy support

  • Pregnancy care program for surrogate mother, including pre-natal PAPP-A test & Ultrasound diagnostics