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For IVIRMA, patients are the driving force behind its work. As such, the personalisation of the treatments that it offers and the experience of the women and couples who put their trust in these become the key to IVIRMA’s day-to-day activity, enabling it to achieve the best possible results in the shortest possible time.
Consists of depositing a semen sample, which has been prepared in advance in the laboratory, inside the woman’s uterus in order to increase the potential of the spermatozoa and improve the chances of the egg being fertilized.
In Vitro Fertilization
Involves uniting the ovum with the spermatozoon in the laboratory – in vitro – in order to obtain fertilized embryos for transfer to the mother’s uterus. The fertilization of the ovum can be carried out by means of the conventional IVF technique or by Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI).
Is the process whereby a woman uses oocytes from a donor. The oocytes from the donor will be combined with spermatozoa from the recipient couple (or a donor) to produce embryos; these will be transferred to the recipient in order to achieve the longed-for pregnancy.
Techniques for preserving fertility offer women the possibility of postponing motherhood if they wish to do so or who have cancer.
The vitrification of oocytes is a freezing process in which the oocytes are treated with cryoprotective substances and immersed in liquid nitrogen at a temperature of - 196º to keep them cryopreserved as long as necessary before their use in a future treatment.
Incubators with Time-Lapse technology are capable to record a film which will provide a record in pictures and videos of the very beginning of the future baby’s life. This pioneering technique allows embryo cell division to be viewed on a monitor in real time, capturing moments from the beginning of life.
Is a voluntary, altruistic act of solidarity through which a healthy male with very high quality semen donates some of this.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
In Vitro Fertilization Technique that consists of introducing a live sperm inside each ovule by puncturing it with the help of micro-pipettes.
Is a technique which allows the spermatozoa with the best characteristics to be selected for use in assisted reproduction treatments.
Extended embryo culture (blastocyst)
The resulting embryos after the fertilization of the ovules are cultivated in the laboratory day after day, and are classified according to their morphology and capacity for division. In IVIRMA Global we always work with extended culture until day 5/6, when the embryo reaches the so-called blastocyst stage, the most appropriate time to get a good implantation.