The right partner, the right job, the right home – finally everything is in place, and you are ready to have a baby. But unfortunately the baby often doesn’t come. In every fifth couple trying to conceive, pregnancy does not occur. This is a sensitive issue.
The causes of infertility are numerous, ranging from psychological strain to organisational aspects. But the good news is that the possible treatments are just as numerous. However, it is difficult for lay persons to get a clear picture. Regarding such private, life-changing issues, one should consider that the human component plays a major role alongside professional competence and experience. Especially in fertility matters, feelings of trust, comfort and safety are invaluable.
Fully aware of this responsibility, I gladly guide couples on their way to fulfilling their wish for a child. And think of it – even Michelle Obama made it – twice.
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If there are no objections from a medical point of view, specific, artificial insemination procedures can be used.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF)
The egg cell is inseminated outside of the body and is monitored by an ultrasonic device. The egg cell is inseminated outside of the body and is placed into the uterus after a few days.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
This procedure is used when the quality of the male sperm is not sufficient. The egg cell is inseminated outside of the body as with IVF, but an individual spermatozoon is directly injected into the egg. If the embryo develops well, it is placed into the uterus after a few days.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
Sperm is washed as part of a specific procedure and is transported into the woman’s body at the time of ovulation. However, it is not done in the “natural” way but with the help of a catheter or a syringe. Contrary to other procedures, IUI can be carried out relatively pain-free and easily.
In vitro maturation (IVM)
If a woman refuses to take hormones, in vitro maturation may be resorted to in rare cases. In this process, egg cells are removed from the woman’s body at a very early stage of development. They mature in a test tube with the help of hormones. Then the egg cell is inseminated by a sperm injection and is placed back into the woman’s body.
Three steps to your desired child!
1 Making an initial examination appointment and notification of which information about which examinations should be brought along with you.
You will receive a list of examinations that is customised to your individual situation, and you should bring the results to your initial consultation to determine possible biological reasons for your unfulfilled desire for children.
Among other things, special blood tests are necessary that must be conducted between days 1-4 of your cycle.
2 Initial consultation to clarify your situation and to decide on further steps.
3 Your personal treatment plan begins.
You will receive a precise timetable describing the way to your desired child.