Artificial or Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

A minor procedure in which the male sperm (previously prepared in the laboratory for enrichment purposes) is directly placed into the uterus using a narrow tube. Ovulation is previously induced to increase the chances of success.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

Eggs retrieved from the ovary are combined with sperm at the laboratory. The resulting embryo is implanted into the woman’s uterus previously stimulated by hormones.

Transfer of Gametes into the Fallopian Tubes (GIFT)

Eggs retrieved from the ovary are combined with sperm. Immediately after, they are transferred to the Fallopian tubes, where fertilization takes place.

Transfer of Embryos into the Fallopian Tubes (ZIFT)

Same procedure as GIFT, but in this case, fertilization is accomplished in the laboratory, and embryos are later transferred to the Fallopian tubes.

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

The technique is similar to IVF, but for male patients. A single sperm is selected and injected into a single retrieved egg. The procedure is repeated on several eggs.

The success rate of these techniques is around 40%.

Fertility Preservation

(Egg freezing, sperm freezing)

Egg Donation and Sperm Bank

To address a couple’s lack of eggs and/or sperm.

Male Infertility

Procedures, Diagnosis and Treatment. More Info

Psychological counseling provided at every stage of treatment.