IN VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF) IN KIEV, UKRAINE

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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) – technique of manipulations with germ cells in a controlled environment and a peculiar laboratory vessels or beyond woman`s body for the purpose of further embryo transfer (implantation) into the woman’s uterine cavity

 

The infertility treatment is performed in Medical Center ADONIS FAMILY in compliance with the requirements of the Procedure of assisted reproductive technologies in Ukraine, approved by the Order of the Ministry of Health Care of Ukraine No. 787 d/d 09.09.2013.

Why IVF in the Medical Center ADONIS FAMILY will be effective in your case?

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We`ve already helped thousands of the patients to become happy parents from over than 20 countries!

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Affordable prices

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Examination and treatment according to the modern international standards

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Professional staff

Nowadays procedure of in vitro fertilization is not something unnatural or extraordinary and allows you to conceive a long-awaited child.

Dr. Sylaeva Olga
obstetrician-gynecologist,
reproductive medicine specialist

Силаева Ольга Петровна

STAGES OF IVF

STEP 1

Controlled Ovarian Stimulation (superovulation induction)

This stage includes:

  • Monitoring of woman`s folliculogenesis and development of endometrium – stage of evaluation of functional maturity of follicles and endometrium (uterine lining) development during controlled ovarian stimulation of the woman using dynamic ultrasound monitoring;
  • Laboratory tests to control the process of maturation of oocytes of the woman (in some cases it is necessary to determine periodically blood rate of estradiol).

STEP 2

Transvaginal follicular aspiration of ovarian, oocytes search

stage of getting of oocytes by puncture of ovarian follicles and follicular fluid aspiration using special puncture needle under ultrasound control and general anesthesia. In the case of atypical location of ovarian the oocytes can be obtained by laparoscopic method.

STEP 3

Preparation of sperm

At this stage sperm, prepared according to the appropriate technology, is used for IVF; can be previously obtained according to medical indications by appropriate surgical method of testicular biopsy (TESE / TESA / MESA).

STEP 4

Insemination of oocytes (fertilization of oocytes of the woman with the sperm cells of the man) and embryos cultivation

Stage of in vitro fertilization of obtained from follicular fluid oocytes of the woman. Under medical indications fertilization oocytes can be done by ICSI (ICSI) method.

STEP 5

Embryo transfer

Stage of transfer of embryo (s) in the uterus cavity of the woman with special catheters that are entered into the uterus cavity through the cervical canal, which can be done under the control of the ultrasound scan.

STEP 6

Support of luteal phase of the stimulated menstrual cycle

Support that is conducted with drug of progesterone or its analogues, and under medical indications – drug administration of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG).

STEP 7

Diagnosis of pregnancy

At this stage the studies of blood levels of hCG and ultrasound diagnosis of pelvic of the Patient 1 are conducted for confirmation or refutation of pregnancy.

OUR BABIES

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PATIENTS FEEDBACK

Marina, 31 y.o.
We initially had doubts with my husband, whether to make IVF- as ”happy end” happens only movies. We were afraid that suddenly something goes wrong, and maybe suddenly I will become pregnant in natural way. And finally we have decided. Now I am pregnant. Thank You!
Oleg, 37 y.o. Our wonderful kid sends your clinic “a lot of thanks” for the quality of IVF. You can`t even imagine what your doctors have done for us! We liked very much the attitude of the staff towards us. The clinic has a wonderful atmosphere.

Indications and Contraindications to IVF

Female infertility:

  • The absence or obstruction of the fallopian tubes;
  • Expressed adhesion process of  pelvic organs;
  • Violation of follicular growth and ovulation;
  • Lutheinization of the follicle syndrome;
  • Endometriosis;
  • Repeated failed attempts of intrauterine insemination or stimulation of folliculogenesis;
  • Infertility associated with age (after 36 years) and premature ovarian failure;
  • Infertility, not treatable by other methods.

Male infertility:

  • Unexplained infertility;
  • Diseases under which there is necessity of preimplantation genetic diagnosis (hereinafter – PGD) to exclude the likelihood of having a child with hereditary disorders;
  • Obstructive azoospermia;
  • Astenozoospermia;
  • Oligozoospermia;
  • Oligoastenoteratozoospermia;
  • Erectile dysfunction;
  • Unejaculation;
  • Retrograde ejaculation;
  • Anatomical defects of the penis (hypospadias, epispadias);
  • Immunological factors (autoantibodies and sperm agglutination).

Contraindications to IVF

  • Physical and mental illness, which are the contraindications to pregnancy and childbirth;
  • Length of uterine less than 35 mm;
  • Acute inflammatory diseases of any location at the beginning of  ART treatment program;
  • Congenital or acquired deformations of the uterus, which prevent implantation of the embryo (s) and pregnancy;
  • Benign tumors of the uterus that distort the uterine cavity and (or) require surgery;
  • Malignant neoplasms of any location (allowing obtaining gametes to preserve reproductive potential).

INDICATIONS TO INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION

  • Oligozoospermia;
  • Astenozoospermia;
  • Teratozoospermia;
  • The impossibility of providing adequate sperm count (50-100 thousands of actively motile sperm per one oocyte);
  • Using of sperm derived from testis or epididymis;
  • Using of cryopreserved sperm;
  • Using of cryopreserved oocytes;
  • Fertilization of oocytes of woman of older reproductive age;
  • Lack of fertilization in previous IVF programs;
  • Low frequency of fertilization in previous IVF programs;
  • Abnormal fertilization in previous IVF programs;
  • Lack of fertilization in current cycle of IVF, re-insemination of oocytes on the second day;
  • • Method of oocyte maturation in vitro;
  • Necessity of preimplantation genetic diagnosis;
  • Clinically significant presence of antisperm antibodies in the ejaculate;
  • Idiopathic infertility;
  • Morphological abnormalities of eggs (including thickening shiny membrane);
  • Technique of intracytoplasmic injection of morphologically selected sperm;
  • Ejaculatory disorders, including retrograde ejaculation, unejaculation, with spinal cord injury etc;
  • High level of DNA fragmentation.

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