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Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) involves enhancing sperm quality and placing sperm inside a woman’s uterus to promote fertilization. The goal of IUI is to increase the number of sperm that reach the fallopian tubes and subsequently increase the chance of pregnancy.
INVOCell is an Advanced Reproductive Technology that takes advantage of the natural female environment. You can think of INVOCell as an In vivo fertilization or organic IVF. Utilizes an FDA-approved and patented device that promotes egg fertilization and early embryo development to take place inside the woman’s body. The device was created for a smaller number of eggs and thus allows us to offer a more affordable rate.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Eggs are obtained from a woman’s ovaries and put together with sperm to create embryos. The embryos are nurtured in our incubators for several days and then placed in a woman’s uterus or in a biological pause (cryopreserved, vitrified) for future use.
Programmed Embryo Transfer
Programmed Embryo Transfer is a procedure in which previously cryopreserved embryos are warmed and then placed in a prepared women’s uterus. Also called Frozen Embryo Transfer.
Donor Egg Program
Donor Egg is a procedure in which cryopreserved eggs from a donor are warmed and put together with partner/donor sperm to create embryos. The embryos are nurtured in our incubators for several days and then placed in a woman’s uterus or are placed in a biological pause (cryopreserved, vitrified) for future use.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is infertility?
It is the inability to conceive after one year of unprotected intercourse in women under 35 years of age and after 6 months in women older than 35 years. This term is also associated with the inability to carry a pregnancy to full term. A “fertility evaluation” is recommended in all these cases.
What are the main causes of infertility?
There are a wide number of reasons that can cause infertility. About one-third of the cases are attributed to male factors, another third to female factors, and the remainder to a combination of both or an unknown cause.
How common is infertility?
The potential number of IVF cycles needed in the United States to satisfy the requirements of the American Population is approximately 2.8 million cycles.
Currently we are doing around 300k.
Therefore for 10 women that need IVF only 1 is getting it. We are not fulfilling 90% of the IVF needs in the USA and affordability is a main bottleneck.