Since its own conception over 40 years ago, IVF has become the most common and effective type of fertility treatment used today. Originally IVF was invented as a way to treat infertility due to blocked fallopian tubes, however IVF is now a suitable treatment for a range of fertility challenges. These include subfertility due to endometriosis, male reproductive issues, unexplained subfertility, and ovulation dysfunction. IVF can be performed during a woman’s natural cycle or along with ovarian stimulation. At GENNET City Fertility, the clinic offers bespoke fertility treatment, combined with cutting-edge technology. Its team of professionals has vast experience and a wealth of knowledge in the field of fertility medicine, assisted reproduction and management of early pregnancy. Up to their 46th birthday, patients can be treated using their own eggs, and donor egg treatment is available for patients up to their 51st birthday. Egg donation can be considered in women with ovarian failure or in cases of repeated IVF/ICSI failure, due to poor-quality eggs.
Male fertility treatment
At GENNET City Fertility, men with fertility challenges are thoroughly investigated before embarking on IVF/ICSI treatment.
This includes checking for hormonal imbalance, chronic genital tract infection, erectile dysfunction and ejaculation problems. Intervention to improve sperm quality can increase the chance of success with IVF/ICSI treatment.
New freezing technology
The clinic also offers egg freezing, using a new vitrification method, to women who are at risk of declining fertility. Sperm freezing is also available for men at risk of subfertility from medical treatments which may have a long-term effect on sperm production or quality – gender reassignment therapies, or cancer treatments, for example. When pregnancy is achieved, the company offers a wide range of prenatal care for the happy mum-to-be. Prenatal screening focuses on the detection of foetal defects which mostly develop randomly as a ‘genetic accident’ at conception or during the first steps of embryo development. Down’s syndrome is one condition that GENNET City Fertility can help to identify with this approach. Undergoing IVF treatment in a supportive environment with a dedicated team of professionals (see right) who provide good pastoral care can significantly improve your fertility journey. So why not make your appointment for a free consultation with GENNET City Fertility today?