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Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Artificial insemination is carried out in the following cases:
  • Reduced sperm function
  • Immune reaction to sperm
  • Cervix failure
  • Unexplained infertility
 
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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
 
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Intracyctoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

ICSI is used to complement IVF treatment when there is reduced sperm quality or when fertilisation in previous attempts was unsuccessful.
 
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Sperm collection

For insemination, as well as IVF and ICSI, sperm is usually collected by masturbation. The Men's Room at our clinic serves for this purpose. The sperm sample can also be brought from home. However, the sample should arrive at the clinic within one hour of collection and warm (35 degrees), e.g. by carrying the sperm bag inside the breast pocket.
 
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Cryopreservation of sperm cells

Anti-cancer therapies such as chemo o radiotherapy can have a huge impact on fertility.
 
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Egg donation

Since 2015 egg donation is legal in Austria!
Egg donation is the possibility to get pregnant for women who suffer from premature menopause or premature ovarian failure caused by chemotherapy or genetic deseases. The amendment of the Austrian Law Regulating Reproductive Medicine states that, at the beginning of therapy, the oocyte donor must not exceed the age of 30 and the recipient the age of 45.
 
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ARRAY-CGH:

The Array-CGH is a molecular cytogenetic test that scans the entire genome for abnormalities. This method yields a 100 times better resolution compared to chromosomal analysis.
 
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Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD or PIGD)

With launching the new Law Regulating Reproductive Medicine, preimplantation diagnosis is now allowed in Austra in certain cases. It is used to determine or exclude genetic disorders of the embryo before transferring it into the uterus.
 
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Calcium Ionophore

If an ICSI egg could not be fertilised, it may be that the egg lacks the calcium oscillations necessary for fertilisation normally initiated by the sperm.
 
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Cryopreservation of oocytes in special cases

Thinking ahead gives more family planning options
 
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IVF-Naturelle

In an IVF-Naturelle treatment the extracorporal fertilization takes place during the natural menstrual cycle, without using any hormonal stimulation. The advantage of a "natural" IVF-treatment is that the oocyte has undergone the natural selection process and is therefore best for fertilization and implantation.
 
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Psychological counselling and guidance

The unfulfilled desire to have a baby can be a real crisis in the life of a couple and place a real burden on their relationship. After diagnosis and during an IVF-therapy feelings such as fear, sadness, vulnerability, sense of guilt and accusation among the partners can appear. In addition to the emotional struggle couples also may have to carry a financial, physical , organizational and psychicological burden.
 
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Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is based on the idea that energy channels (meridians) are going through our body, carrying the life-energy "Qi".If the Qi doesn't flow properly, it can cause an imbalance of our body functions. With acupuncture our body can be put back into balance.
 
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IVF treatment for lesbian couples

Thanks to the implementation of the new Austrian Reproductive Medicine Act in 2015, for the first time also lesbian couples have access to fertility treatment.

The donation of sperm cells is anonymous and the recipient couple doesn't get any personal information about the donor, whereas a child, from the age of 14, has the right to get access to the donor's personal data by contacting the IVF center.
 
 
 

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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