Treatment Methods are presented on this page.


Egg donation is basically using a healthy woman’s eggs for IVF treatment of women who are unable to use their own eggs due to their insufficient ovarian reserves, chemotherapy or early menopause etc. Egg donation has high success rates as the eggs are donated by young and healthy woman.

These donated eggs are fertilized with sperm of the patient’s husband/partner and become an embrio representing the half of the couple genetically.

Following all neccessary genetic tests, the embryo transfer is done to the recipient woman’s uterus to become pregnant. This procedure is exactly the same as regular IVF treatment. The only difference is the egg received from a donor woman.

There has been no difference observed between regular pregnant women with their own eggs and women who become pregnant with donated eggs. The whole pregnancy process, the birth and post-birth process and terms including all the hormonal effects are the same. Birth and post-birth process give women the opportunity to establish a strong bond between you and your baby.

Egg donation, when applied properly, is a great opportunity with high pregnancy success rates.


Tandem is another IVF treatment method using both patient’s eggs as well as donated eggs. A tandem IVF treatment is applied for women who produce low-quality eggs, which may or may not be fertilized during the labrotary studies.

Both women, the patient and the donor are being prepared for the simulation process at the same time so that the egg collection occurs at the same time. All eggs are collected from both the donor woman and the patient, and are then studied with the husband’s or partner`s sperm to fertilise to receive the embrios.

Tandem can be considered as a back up plan for a complete successful IVF treatment. If the patient’s own eggs are not healthy and have no chance to be fertilised, the donor’s produced eggs are being used. With Tandem patients can use their own eggs, donor eggs or a mixture of both eggs.

Tandem increase the chance of successfull pregnancy as the donors are selected carefully and all eggs are studied carefully. In tandem IVF, the embryo can be monitored with minimum disruption and the chance of implantation is increased.


Sperm donation is another treatment method of using a donor’s sperm where the male patient is unable to produce healthy and sufficient sperm for the IVF treatment. Sperm donation is where sperm from an anonymous donor is used in IVF treatments to fertilise the eggs.

Sometimes couples who are unable to have a baby due to congenital or medical problems causing difficulties for the production of sperm.

Sperm donation is also a great option for the male patient who is Azoospermic meaning a complete absence of sperm to reproduce.

Sperm donation is considered as an opportunity for single women to have a baby as a single mother.

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It is possible to choose the gender of your future child.

Gender selection is a treatment method where the gender of the embryo is determined before the embryo transfer for the pregnancy.

Gender selection is only possible within an IVF procedure and with genetic anaylses.

Gender selection is done via PGD (Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis). PGD is the genetic analysis study which determines the gender of the embryos produced via the IVF treatment method. Gender selection allows couples to build a family of their dreams with baby girls and baby boys.

The genetic analyses is preferred as the success rate is up to 100%.

There are basic steps for the gender selection:

– medical consultation and detailed medical assessments (blood tests, hormon tests etc) of the couple,

– medication treatment is applied to prepare the mother candidate for the procedure in order to achieve egg development,

– the treatment continues by stimulating the ovaries for 7 to 10 days with abdominal injections,

– egg collection and microinjection (ICSI) to be done. After the eggs are collected for fertilisation, the father’s sperm are also being collected. Egg collection is done under general anaesthesia. 35 hours after the final injection collected healthy eggs are fertilised by injecting the father’s sperm inside each egg, using the microinjection method.,

– three days after this fertilisation, a biopsy is performed on all the embryos,

– the gender of all the embryos is determined,

– the good quality embryos are transferred to the mother’s uterus for pregnancy




You can be a great parent. You only need a clinic with true high success rates and a professional medical team to support you in all the steps.

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