IVF cycle with donated oocytes package includes the initial consult, treatment planning, financial
compensation for the oocyte donor, STD (sexually transmitted diseases) blood testing, spermiogram
(SPG) and sperm preparation, ICSI, AH (assisted hatching), prolonged embryo cultivation, medication for
the donated oocytes recipient, embryotransfer.
All of our patients are asked to provide us with a recent PAP smear test and hormonal profile blood tests (FSH, LH, PRL, E2, progesterone, fT3, fT4, TSH) before the first interview, so that the results will be available for the individual consultation with our physician. The blood tests/exams of hormonal values should be performed between the 2nd and the 4th day of the menstrual cycle, i.e. at the beginning of a woman’s period. The results should be no older than 6 months old. Patients may send their results by email or fax so that the physician will have these results before the first interview.
Semen-seminal fluid analysis is the most important test for the male half of a couple. This is done in order to assess the quality of the sperm as well as to indicate the most efficient laboratory method. Semen collection can also be performed in our clinic. When collecting a semen specimen for analysis, sexual abstinence should be practiced for at least 2-4 days. In addition to the semen analysis, this sample shall also be stored in order to be used for treatment in the future should it be needed (illness, accident, etc.).
Our clinic relies on its own specialized laboratory. This has proved to be an essential prerequisite for the ISCARE Clinic’s long-term success. Thanks to our laboratory’s and our physicians’ knowledge and experience, the success rate for becoming pregnant in 2020 is up 70,6 %. For this package it is 57,4 %.
We have been able to obtain such results while at the same time we are successfully managing to reduce the number of multiple pregnancies. Multiple pregnancy is a complication when it comes to In Vitro Fertilization, as it involves increased health risks for both the mother and the foetuses.
Over time, our artificial insemination success rate has grown while at the same time we have managed to reduce the number of multiple pregnancies to a minimum.
By using the most advanced laboratory methods, we have been able to significantly increase the success rate of IVF treatments.