Our IVF Lab

Our IVF lab is located in the medical section of the clinic, in an environment where air pressure, temperature and purity are carefully controlled 365 days a year.

The equipment used for every function in the IVF lab was chosen based on its compliance to very strict performance criteria established by our IVF Director, one of the leading embryologists in the world. Our facilities, equipment, methods and staff all work together to provide our patients very high success rates while attending to their individual needs. To us, each patient deserves personal, direct attention from everyone involved in their treatment. Our success rates certifiably meet or exceed those of some of the most renowned Fertility Centers in Europe, Japan and North America.

1 Ovarian stimulation

Ovarian stimulation is performed using injected medications to achieve multiple ovulation. During this period, a series of ultrasounds and blood tests are performed to ensure that the growth and evolution of the follicles is adequate.

Once the desired follicular size has been reached, an injection of hCG is applied and ovular capture is programmed 36 hours later. 

2 Egg Retrieval

Capture is the procedure by which the doctor removes the eggs. It is performed in the operating room, under sedation. It lasts approximately 15 minutes. 

3 In vitro fertilization

The fertilization of the ovules can be carried out by means of a conventional in vitro fertilization that consists of placing an egg surrounded by sperm or by means of the ICSI technique, which consists of injecting a sperm into the ovule. Later the embryos are observed daily and classified (during 3 or 5 days depending on the case). Once the best embryos are selected, they are transferred to the uterine cavity and the rest are vitrified.

4 Embryo Develop

Later the embryos are observed daily and classified (during 3 or 5 days depending on the case). Once the best embryos are selected, they are transferred to the uterine cavity and the rest are vitrified.

5 Embryo Transfer

It consists of the introduction of embryos into the uterine cavity through a cannula.