Every woman can become a mother
Publication date: 07.06.2021
The problem of infertility worries many couples in the world. If pregnancy does not occur after one year of regular unprotected sex, the couple is considered childless. According to statistics from the US National Center for Disease Control , 12% of women between the ages of 15 and 44 are unable to conceive or keep a fetus.
Infertility can have many causes, including irregular menstrual cycles, blocked or absent fallopian tubes, endometriosis, low quality male sperm, etc. In the presence of such problems, in vitro fertilization is the most effective and successful method, with the help of which the desired result is achieved and the woman becomes pregnant.
JORDAN CLINIC – A LEADER IN THE FIELD OF IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
Jordania clinic is the first reproductive clinic in Georgia. Modern diagnostic and treatment methods related to reproductive health have been implemented in the clinic. The specialized medical center is distinguished by many years of experience and constant focus on development. Jordania Clinic is the undisputed leader in the field of reproductive medicine and gynecology in the region, where Georgian and foreign doctors are guided by the latest medical methods.
Artificial insemination is one of the leading directions in the clinic. With the help of a team of professional doctors and a high-tech laboratory, the frequency of pregnancy in the Jordanian clinic has already increased to 75%. Due to the successful statistics, the reproductive center is visited by many foreign patients.
What procedures does in vitro fertilization involve?
In vitro fertilization is an identical procedure to fertilization in a woman’s body under natural conditions, with only one difference – artificial fertilization takes place in a high-tech laboratory.
The procedure includes several stages:
- Stimulation of the ovary by means of drugs;
- egg aspiration or collection of mature eggs;
- processing of male sperm;
- Fertilization, i.e. fusion of egg and sperm;
- transfer of the embryo into the uterine cavity.
- Genetic analysis of the embryo
One procedure of in vitro fertilization lasts about 2-3 weeks. After the mentioned procedures, hospitalization is not required.
All types of research related to in vitro fertilization can be conducted at the Jordanian clinic, including intrauterine insemination, sperm evaluation according to international criteria, embryo genetic analysis, etc. A highly qualified team of embryologists and reproductive specialists guarantees effective treatment.
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