We offer a full range of reliable and affordable IVF programs and services in Georgia and Cyprus.

In Vitro Fertilization is an assisted reproductive technology (ART) commonly referred to as IVF. IVF is the process of fertilization by extracting eggs, retrieving a sperm sample, and then manually combining an egg and sperm in a laboratory dish. The embryo(s) is then transferred to the uterus. The microinjection (ICSI) procedure is the process of injecting a selected sperm cell into each of the eggs by using a special microscope. It the most often used method for the recent IVF cases.

IVF is commonly used to treat:

• Older women with fertility issues
• Women with damaged or blocked fallopian tubes
• Women with endometriosis
• Male infertility caused by low sperm count or blockage

How IVF process is done?

Patients, who decide to make stimulation process in Georgia or in Cyprus, they should consider around 20 days totally until the process is finished.

Step 1

    • Medical checking10%

Required tests before starting the process:

For the female patients:

C and B hepatitis, HIV, Blood type, correlogram, smear test, E2, PRG, PRP, RW, TSH, FT4, FSH, LH, Estradiol, PRL, DHEAS, Free testosterone, 170OH Progesterone, Insulin, AMH, chest US, the vaginal US for monitoring follicles.

For the male patient:

Infectious diseases Tests, Sperm Analysis Test. Test results should be current (no more than six months old).

Step 2

    • Stimulation30%

Stimulation starts on the next day of beginning menstrual cycle. The personalized medication protocol would be prepared by doctor for the patient unique needs. The patient (recipient) will be prescribed medication to help eggs produced by control. These medication will also be prescribed to increase the egg supply. Approximately the whole pre-medication treatment takes 12-14 days. these medications are vaccine based.

To keep track of the recipient’s progress, the clinic will monitor the patients eggs by vaginal ultrasound scans. They will also do blood tests to chart the rising levels of estrogen produced by your eggs, this also will help keep track of how the eggs are maturing.

Step 3

    • Egg and Sperm Collection50%

On this day your schedule will be set out and you will be informed at what time the driver will be collecting you from the hotel to bring you to the clinic. The patient is not going to be allowed to eat or drink anything from the last midnight because the operation will be under full anesthesia.

Collecting the woman’s eggs:

Eggs are usually collected by the guidance of an ultrasound, which usually takes about 30 minutes. The doctor will insert a thin needle through the vagina into each ovary. The eggs will then be drawn into the needle. Although More often than not, eggs are collected by laparoscopy (a small telescope with a light attached). This procedure involves making a small incision in the stomach and extracting the eggs with a fine needle, as before.

Collecting the man’s sperm:

Around the same time that the eggs are collected, a sperm sample will be taken from the male partner and stored for a short time. The healthiest sperm will be selected by our specialist team to start to fertilize stage with the egg. After the collection of the eggs and the sperm sample, you will be informed about how many eggs have been collected and also about the quality of the sperm. you will then rest for a couple of hours at Clinic then when ready our driver will escort you back to your hotel.

Step 4

    • Fertilization75%

Once the sperm and egg are collected, the sperm is then injected into the egg through the process of ICSI. ICSI method is provided freely at our clinic. A thin, hollow needle is pierced through the cell membrane, and is loaded with a single sperm. The sperm is then injected into the cytoplasm of the oocytes to allow fertilisation.

Clinic provides a high quality of services in concern of Laboratory advances system and a professional Embryologist team. The Fertilisation process takes from 3 to 5 days. During the fertilization procedure you will be informed by the coordinator about the embryo development.

Step 5

    • Embryo Transfer100%

The embryo transfer can occur 3-5 days after fertilisation occurs, depending on factors that the couple will discuss with the embryologist. Although embryologists are also recommending that the recipient wait until day five to transfer the embryo, which is known as the blastocyst stage. The blastocyst transfer has also become quite common as it increases chances of successful implantation and decreases the likelihood of multiple pregnancies. This process is the last stage of the IVF procedure. It is usually painless and does not require any anesthesia. The embryos are transferred into the uterus through the cervix with a catheter. our laws allow us to transfer 1-2 embryos into the uterus to increase the chances of pregnancy. A pregnancy test will then take place 14 days after the embryo transfer. If the IVF is successful, a normal pregnancy can be carried out.

The success of your IVF treatment depends on your personal situation. Age, genetics, sperm and egg quality. We do everything in our power to achieve the highest success rates possible and typically see an 80 percent success rate for surrogacy and egg donation; however, this rate varies for self-cycle surrogacy cases.