Every couple faced with infertility has to take a tough decision of choosing the right place for IVF treatments. The answer to the question Why choose us lies in the fact that, with our partner`s experience and knowledge, under current circumstances, we will offer you the best IVF treatments and the highest chance for success for affordable IVF treatment cost.
Due to the cooperation with many different IVF clinics with many IVF experts, we have the opportunity to research, compare and recommend all the IVF programs offered by these clinics to the ones that suit your situation.
In addition to the IVF program, the egg donation program as well as the Surogat program, we can offer you all the accompanying services in the field of gynecology.
Discover our Infertility programs below.
To bring a child into the world, and thereby be credited as the father and mother is definitely much more than just a job.
What is Link4MED?
Link4MED is a unique, patient-led service that manages every aspect of your IVF treatments abroad. From the moment you get in touch with us, we provide general advice, support and a host of other benefits designed to make your In vitro fertilization treatment and trip as affordable and comfortable as possible.
One Stop Fertility Clinic
The concept of One-day infertility diagnosis is implemented by leading international centers and based on the most accurate diagnostic methods for which it is proven that best suit your needs. Our Partner clinic routinely practice the concept of the one-day diagnosis based on endoscopic procedures (hysteroscopy and transvaginal laparoscopy), which are not only the most sovereign methods in diagnosis due to the direct visualization, but at the same they offer the possibility of surgical treatment.
How the procedure is performed?
One-day diagnosis means that the couple visits us on a certain day of the cycle with predetermined laboratory results which must be determined on an exact corresponding day of the cycle. This is followed by an interview with a doctor, a complete gynecological and ultrasound examination, and then by going to the operational theatre (although the procedure can be performed in an outpatient clinic) where, most often in short-term intravenous anesthesia (the procedure may be done when the patient is awake), a camera enters the uterus, and then slips through a small puncture, a couple of millimeters in diameter at the bottom of the vagina, into the abdominal cavity.
In this way, we can directly visualize the inside of the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. The contrast passes through fallopian tubes, which is then measured (“blowing”). Certain detected problems can be surgically treated within the same procedure. The procedure itself takes 15-20 minutes for the most part, and while the woman is being examined, reproductive biologists are checking the semen analysis of the man who brings a fresh sperm specimen from home or produces one on site.
How much does it last?
After a break of 1-2 hours after the end of the procedure, patients receive a full set of results from the doctor, with documented photographs of the findings, before and after the surgery, a complete picture of the situation is made upon which the best plan selected for further treatment.
Laparoscopy, also known as diagnostic laparoscopy, is a surgical diagnostic procedure used to examine the organs inside the abdomen. It’s a low-risk, minimally invasive procedure that requires only small incisions.
When is laparoscopy used?
Laparoscopic gynecology is most commonly used in the following conditions:
- Checking the passage of the fallopian tubes, with an operative procedure on the fallopian tubes, if for any reason they are damaged.
- Operative removal of tuberculosis (salpingectomy) in non-pregnant pregnancy and all other conditions where a particular process damages tuberculosis to the extent and where their leave offers more harm than benefit.
- All types of benign ovarian tumors (primarily cystic ovaries).
- All forms and all stages of the weight of endometriosis.
- Myoma uterus, both subserotic and intramural (on the outside and in the uterine wall).
- Removing the uterus for a number of reasons (benign and malignant).
- The number of conditions in the field of urogynecology (urinary disorders), and other varied gynecological pathologies.
The Embryo adoption is a proven, successful process allowing families desiring to experience pregnancy and childbirth (single parents or married couples) to adopt remaining embryos from patients who have performed a successful IVF treatment at our clinic and donated surplus embryos to other future families.
Embryos are created during the process of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). In order to reduce the possibility of multiple pregnancies, excess embryos are cryopreserved for future use.
At our embryo storage we have more than 1000 cryopreserved embryos ready to be booked immediately. In 2016 we reached 60% clinical pregnancy rate with donated embryos with patients over 40 years old! In accordance with the newest research, the success rate of frozen embryo transfer cycles is nearly the same as fresh IVF cycles.
What is Embryo Adoption program?
The embryo adoption process is otherwise similar to oocyte/egg donation. Our medical coordinators ask recipient parent\parents to compile the Patient form in order to plan an individualized stimulation protocol and perform the necessary medical examinations before we perform the embryo transfer procedure.
Intended parent\parents describe what they are looking for in an embryo, which allows us to match available embryos with recipient couples. Patients write the main criteria that they would like for the future baby to have:
- blood type;
- eyes color;
- hair color.
Once a match is made, the cycle usually proceeds quickly.
There is a possibility to come only once for the embryo transfer procedure or patients can come twice:
first visit – initial consultation and full check up (patient can perform all tests and examinations at our clinic for 430 euro within 1-2 days).
second visit – embryo transfer procedure (patient should arrive one day before the planned procedure and stay for 3 days in total).
We can transfer 1 or 2 embryos per cycle, it`s up to the patient and the medical team to decide together which choice will be better in that particular case.
FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer
About the Program:
The success rate of frozen embryo transfers at INTERSONO with the embryos which qualified for cryopreservation after a previously performed fresh cycle makes 58%.The package covers the cycle planning, doctor’s and coordinator’s supervision, embryo warming, embryo culture and transfer costs as well as assisted hatching to increase the chances for implantation.
- Initial consultation with fertility specialist
- Endometrium ultrasound monitoring during treatment
- Embryo thawing
- Embryo culture
- Assisted hatching
- Embryo transfer into uterus
- Detailed embryological development report and photo of transferred embryos
- Patient support during and after the treatment program
Social freezing and preservation services
Nowadays, we are using a new, advanced method known as vitrification that offers greater effectiveness in achieving improved survival of the embryos and eggs as well as a better rate of implant, clearly shown by increases in pregnancy rates.
1. Embryo freezing
Primary we offer our patient to freeze embryos which we don’t use for embryotransfer. Often with IVF or ICSI, people have a number of unused embryos after their first cycle. Some people choose to freeze them for use in later treatment cycles. We advise to cryopreserve embryos for the following reason: 1) it gives them the option of using the embryos in future cycles; 2) if the treatment needs to be interrupted after egg collections; 3) if the patient has condition, or are facing medical treatment for a condition, that might effect the patients fertility.
2. Egg freezing
Egg freezing is a method of storing a woman’s unfertilised eggs to allow her to try to conceive at a later date, when natural conception would be unlikely. It may been seen as a way of preserving the possibility of fertility for women who are not in a position to becoming pregnant straight away, or whose fertility is as risk for medical reasons such as cancer treatment. Frozen eggs may be stored for many years without significant deterioration. When the woman is ready to use her eggs, they are warmed, and then fertilised with sperm. The aim is for the fertilised egg to develop into an embryo, which can then be transferred to the woman’s uterus giving a chance of pregnancy.
3. Sperm freezing
Cryopreservation of sperm if patient need to have treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, this is the options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Before chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment, some of semen, containing sperm, can be frozen and kept. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future.