In Vitro Fertilization

What is IVF?

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a form of assisted reproduction that involves multiple procedures to fertilize an egg with sperm outside of the body. Fertilization is done “in vitro,” which translates to “in glass,” using a laboratory Petri dish. The resulting embryos are then evaluated, and the most highly graded embryo is transferred back into the uterus to create a pregnancy.

IVF consists of several treatments to extract mature eggs, fertilize them with a sperm sample, and transfer the embryos. Before transferring embryos, we can also perform Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) to test them for chromosomal abnormalities or specific genetic disorders. Your treatment will be personalized to your health and family-growing goals. Additional specimens can be frozen and stored for later use through the process of cryopreservation.

The IVF Process

Our state-of-the-art IVF laboratory allows our specialists to complete the fertilization process within a contained, temperature-controlled environment that prioritizes the safety of your reproductive specimens. Along with our commitment to offering advanced reproductive technologies, the protection of potential life is our top priority.

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