About IVF

Diagnostics - Testing of sterility

The basic diagnosis of infertility includes the following:

  1. A previous history of both partners with special emphasis on reproductive function. It is advisable that patients provide a complete documentation of previous gynecological surgeries and methods of diagnosis and treatment of infertility
  2. Male partner - semen analysis. Read more
  3. Examination of ovulation - via anamnesis, serial ultrasound examinations or relevant hormonal analyses. Read more
  4. Determining ovarian reserve - the appropriate hormonal analysis and ultrasound. Read more
  5. Examining of the anatomy of the uterus - ultrasound or via hysteroscopy
  6. Examination of tubal patency - by hysterosalpingography (HSG), or ideally by direct visualization via the procedure of transvaginal laparoscopy. Read more

Ideally, sterility testing should be as comfortable and as painless as possible, with minimal waste of your time, and with obtaining all the relevant facts that will give us a full picture of the situation and the chance to make the best treatment plan.

Examination of tubal patency

Examination of tubal patency is one of the basic tests in infertility, without which further treatment is generally not possible. Problems with the fallopian tubes or tubal infertility are considered to be responsible for about 30% of all cases of infertility.

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Examination of ovulation

Disorders, or absences of spontaneous ovulation are responsible for about 25% of all cases of infertility. The most common problem that lies behind this condition is polycystic ovarian syndrome - PCOS.

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Male Infertility

Approximately 25-30% of infertility is caused by a dominant male factor of infertility, while there is a disorder of semen in even 40-50% of couples who are treated for infertility (not always the only reason). It is sometimes difficult to determine the exact reason for this trend, and whether some reduction in the quality of semen really contributes to male infertility.

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Ovarian Reserve

Women are born with a certain number of eggs that cannot be regenerated, and this number with age (especially after age of 37) starts to fall drastically. Decrease in numbers, is often accompanied by a decline in the quality of eggs. Examination of ovarian reserve is of crucial importance in the treatment of infertility and gynecology.

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One Stop Fertility Clinic

For more than 10 years, the FERONA team has been practicing the concept of one-day infertility diagnosis, implemented by leading international centers and based on the most accurate diagnostic methods for which it is proven that best suit your needs: One-Stop Fertility Clinic.

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The first regional and one of the few in Europe Air Factory for IVF laboratory,
which provides the best possible conditions and a chance for success.

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