Clinic of Reproductive and Prenatal Medicine
Our physicians have practiced internationally in leading European and American medical centers. We utilize most up-to-date international protocols in evaluation and treatment of male and female infertility. We use two state of the art on-site embryologic laboratories. We offer robot-assisted and laparoscopic surgical treatment of infertility (Da Vinci SI HD system).
Pre-pregnancy counselling, including genetic evaluation;
Assisted reproductive techniques (ART): ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, In-vitro fertilization (IVF), ICSI, IMSI, assisted hatching, preimplantation diagnosis (PGD)
Donor programs and surrogacy
Obstetric care of normal and abnormal pregnancies
Childbirth abroad (France, Sweden, Switzerland)
Multidisciplinary care to our patients, including medical psychology services
Pregnancy planning and pregnancy management from the very first weeks, is one of our clinical specialties. We monitor physiological (uncomplicated, natural course) pregnancies, and pregnancies complicated by maternal or fetal coexistent diseases. All pregnancy management programs are fully compatible with the protocols adopted by the US (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) and Western European professional medical societies.
Hysteroscopy revealed a polyp of the cervical canal, it was removed, but there are plenty of micropolips. May I do IVF or they should be treated?
Usually, all polyps are removed at therapeutic and diagnostic hysteroscopy. It makes no sense to leave them in the uterus cavity. I think that if manipulation such as "Hysteroscopy with separate diagnostic curettage" was done, you have no polyps now and may safely prepare for IVF.
Twin pregnancy resulted from IVF, but cervical dilatation occurred and water broke at 20 weeks, so the pregnancy was not maintained. How soon another attempt is possible?
At least a year interval between childbirth and repeated IVF program is required. It is advisable to be prepared and to make every effort to get a singleton pregnancy.
I’m 27 years old, diagnosed infertility since 5 years ago, tubal factor and only one working ovary. Have gone through 3 tries of in vitro fertilization, one was stimulated, had no response, in all 3 cases I had only one oocyte. AMH 0,91. Do you think I have a chance for a pregnancy with my own ( read more )
I’m 27 years old, diagnosed infertility since 5 years ago, tubal factor and only one working ovary. Have gone through 3 tries of in vitro fertilization, one was stimulated, had no response, in all 3 cases I had only one oocyte. AMH 0,91. Do you think I have a chance for a pregnancy with my own oocyte? Sperm quality is good. ( hide )
Yes, of course, you should fight for your oocytes. There is a variety of minimal stimulations: modified cycles, natural cycles etc. If these methods don’t work, so we will think about donor cells. But you must definitely give your ovaries a chance.