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Intrauterine insemination, or IUI, is a simple, safe procedure that is often one of the first fertility treatments for couples wishing to realize their desire for a child. It relies on the natural ability of sperm to fertilize an egg in the fallopian tube. Studies show that the effectiveness of this procedure is limited if the quality of the partner’s sperm is altered. A sperm analysis prior to the procedure is therefore relevant, as it will confirm the quality of the male partner’s sperm.

Sperm preparation for IUI takes just a few hours. The procedure is organized around the patient’s ovulation to optimize the chances of pregnancy, and involves depositing an enriched sperm preparation in the uterus. This is a painless gynecological procedure that requires no anesthesia.

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We specialize in in vitro fertilization and have earned a reputation as a respected source for this advanced reproductive technology. We have the ability to offer a variety of modifications to the standard IVF process to suit each couple’s individual requirements.

Our IVF experts offer the experience, technology, advice and support to help you with your parenting project. Our ability to handle both routine and complex cases is a testament to the trust placed in us by over 100 prescribers, scientists, PhD students and embryologists, who together provide you with valuable information, unique perspectives and value-added care to maximize your success.

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With the collaboration of Swiss teams specialized in reproductive genetics, our experts recommend PGT-A and PGT-M testing during IVF in clearly identified situations to provide the best chances of successful pregnancies.

It has been demonstrated that PGT-A and PGT-M tests increase success rates, reduce miscarriages, eliminate the transmission of hereditary diseases to newborns, and shorten the overall time required to achieve a pregnancy.

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This corresponds to a minimal stimulation in vitro fertilization (MI-IVF). It offers a similar approach to standard in vitro fertilization but with the goal of retrieving a smaller number of mature eggs.

This approach uses fewer medications, thereby reducing the cost of treatment. Additionally, it implies that the number of surplus embryos frozen at the end of this treatment is lower.

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