A potential fertility problem does not necessarily mean that there’s no solution.
Fertility Route to Greece offers a plethora of IVF treatments in Greece to help couples achieve their goal, with high success rates.
In-vitro fertilization is the process used to overcome fertility problems and involves the fertilization of an egg outside the body.
Mini IVF is a minimum ovarian stimulation protocol during IVF. It is a mild alternative compared to conventional IVF treatment.
Fast moving sperm is separated from sluggish or non-moving sperm and then placed into the woman’s uterus, close to the time of ovulation.
Indicated to treat fertility problems in women who have irregular or absent ovulation, due to hormonal imbalances or polycystic ovary syndrome.
A surrogate mother is a woman who carries an embryo for a childless couple in which the woman is not biologically able to fall pregnant.
Indicated for women who, for various reasons, do not produce eggs. In these cases, egg donation is the most effective method to have a child.
Indicated when a partner’s sperm is not able to fertilize the egg and shows serious pathology, following special andrology testing.
An innovative service that gives women the chance to freeze time, preventing the further aging of their eggs.
A method used to preserve fertility, whereby the outer layer of the ovary, which contains a great number of your eggs, is removed and frozen for future use.
Surplus embryos that were not used in an embryo transfer are preserved using the cryopreservation method.
Sperm freezing or cryopreservation is a process whereby the sperm cells are preserved for future use.
In cases of azoospermia, collection of testicular tissue biopsy is performed, both to confirm the presence or sperm and to collect it, if any is detected.