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In-vitro fertilization (IVF)

Fertilisation outside the body is recommend in the following cases:
  • functional disorders of the fallopian tubes
  • decreased sperm capacity
  • endometriosis
  • unexplained infertility
  • PCO syndrom
The first step of an IVF-treatment is the hormonal stimulation to gain an adequate number of mature oocytes, which are then removed from the ovaries by transvaginal puncture and fertilized by sperm in the laboratory. 2 – 5 days after fertilization, the embryos are implanted in the uterus or the intact fallopian tube (embryo transfer). The stimulation therapy can lead to a significant enlargement of the ovaries, which may cause discomfort. However, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), which requires hospital treatment, is a rare complication.
 
 
 

Dreams which have come true

Happy parents give encouragement

Finally our baby!

Since our biggest wish - the one of finally becoming parents - didn't realize, we decided to undergo IVF treatment.
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Our baby!

Experience says it is a huge burden,
love says it is the greatest happiness,
we say that it is our baby!
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Should no one ever call me mommy?

I've tried to get pregnant for 6 years but it never happened.
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