IREMA in Spain

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IVF treatment availability at IREMA

IVF at Fertility and Assisted Reproduction IREMA - restrictions
Woman maximum age50
Single womanAllowed
Same sex female couplesAllowed
HIV (female)Allowed
HIV (male)Allowed
HCV / HBV (female)Allowed
HCV / HBV (male)Allowed

About IREMA

IREMA was founded in 2005 and has clinics in both Beniarbeig in Alicante, and Gandia in Valencia, and both clinics are outfitted with the most modern assisted reproductive technologies available. Thanks to their years of experience and expertise, IREMA was the recipient of the Best Fertility Clinic award in 2015, and with so many IVF clinics around this is no small feat.

The clinic has a wide variety of treatment options available, and thanks to this they are able to offer you personalised treatment. What this means is that instead of a one size fits all plan, they will examine you, and your partner, as well as your medical history, to discover the root cause of your infertility issues. Once this has been done they will decide which specific treatments will work best for your specific case and draw up a plan that has been tailor-made for your needs and requirements.

As stated above the clinic has a wide variety of treatments available, some of which are:

  • Treatment using sperm from a partner. If your partner has healthy and fertile sperm then you will undergo treatment using this if you wish to.
  • Treatment using donor sperm. If you have no partner or your partner’s sperm has low motility or a low sperm count, then you may be required to use a donor to undergo your treatment.
  • ICSI. This is called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection and is a treatment that is used when the sperm has issues getting to the egg, so the sperm will be directly injected using advanced techniques, to further enhance the chances of pregnancy.
  • Egg donation. If you are experiencing infertility issues because of your own eggs then the clinic will be able to arrange a donor for you in order to ensure that there are healthy and fertile eggs available.
  • Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis is a test that is performed on the embryos prior to implantation. The purpose of the test is to ensure that there are no genetic defects or abnormalities within the embryo that will have a negative impact on their development, thus ensuring that only healthy embryos will be implanted. This is a very important test as it can help you have a healthier pregnancy, thanks to only the best embryos being implanted.
  • Reciprocal IVF (ROPA) is for all-female couples who wish to have a child together. The treatment is called Reciprocal IVF because one of the women donates their eggs and the other has the eggs implanted, thus both women are directly involved with the pregnancy and neither will feel left out.

Reception at IREMA

When it comes to egg donation all donors in Spain are anonymous by law, and because of this there are more donors available than in countries where anonymity is not guaranteed. You won’t have to worry about the health of the eggs as all donors undergo extensive tests to ensure they are as healthy as can be and that their eggs are fertile. As well as these tests they also have their characteristics recorded, so that when it comes time to match you with a donor the clinic can choose a donor who matches you as closely as possible in looks and blood.

Another very important test that the clinic performs is Genetic Matching. When couples choose to come together and have a child it can be a wonderful and magical experience, however, there is one issue that can cause problems down the line, and that is genetic incompatibility. Due to the way DNA works there are a lot of people in the world whose DNA is not compatible with each other, and when a baby is born as a result it can cause issues down the line, thanks to recessive genes and hereditary diseases. With the genetic matching test, the clinic will be able to determine whether or not any unknown factors at play will have a negative impact on pregnancy, and they can take steps to ensure that it does not become a problem.

You may want to read about donor-recipient matching in this article: Finding the Perfect Egg Donor-Recipient Match | A Conversation with Dr. Verónica at IREMA. 

IREMA Experience and Medical Staff

Dr Verónica Serrano De la Cruz Delgado, IREMA clinic
Dr Verónica Serrano De la Cruz Delgado

The medical director of the clinic is Dr. Verónica Serrano De la Cruz Delgado, a Gynaecology and Obstetrics specialist who obtained a Master’s degree at the University of Valencia, where she studied Assisted Reproduction and Endoscopic Surgery. She is known for being friendly and sensitive to her patient’s needs and this leads to her gaining their trust, which allows for more open and honest treatment. Get to know dr Veronica, read the interview with her here.

Dr. Fernando Hernández Lloria, IREMA clinic
Dr. Fernando Hernández Lloria

Also at the clinic are Dr. Fernando Hernández Lloria, Dr. Guillermo Terrado Gil, and Dr. Rosana Ribes Salvador, who all have a wealth of experience in treating infertility through IVF treatment and want nothing more than to help people achieve their dreams of becoming parents.

Dr. Rosana Ribes Salvador - IREMA clinic
Dr. Rosana Ribes Salvador

Backing up the team of 3 doctors and 3 embryologists is a team of professionals throughout the clinic, including nurses, a psychologist and patient coordinators who are all there for you throughout your treatment, to ensure that it goes as smoothly as possible.

Your First Contact – Patient Care Team

At IREMA, their Patient Care Team is dedicated to providing compassionate and personalized support to every individual on their fertility journey. Their team members speak many languages, ensuring clear communication and understanding for all patients.

  • Brigida, fluent in both English and Spanish,
  • Katia, who speaks French and Spanish,
  • Natascha, adept in Spanish, Dutch, and English,
  • Anna, proficient in German, English, Spanish, and French,
  • Alexia, who speaks Dutch, Spanish, English, and German.

No matter your language or background, they are there to provide you with exceptional care and support every step of the way.

Natascha Hendriks - Patient Care Team member at IREMA
Natascha Hendriks – Patient Care Team member at IREMA

IVF Costs at IREMA

At IREMA the cost of infertility treatment can vary and will depend on which treatments you require, so there is no one price for all treatments. Regardless of which treatment you will require, your initial consultation with the specialist will cost 135 Euros. The standard cost of IVF is 4,150 Euros. If your treatment requires IUI, which is Intrauterine Insemination, you will be expected to pay 850 Euros.

Should you require any donated eggs, embryos, or sperm, in your treatment, you will need to pay for the treatment costs as well. If you need egg donation treatment then you will be paying between 7,290 Euros and 10,600 Euros. Treatment requiring embryo donation will cost around 2,950 Euros. If you require donor sperm during your treatment, regardless of the treatment you undergo, you will need to pay 330 Euros for the sperm.

Basic IVF packages cost at Fertility and Assisted Reproduction IREMA
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)€850
Artificial insemination with donor (AID)€1,180
IVF with own eggs€4,150
Egg donation IVF€7,290 - €10,600
Embryo donation€2,950
Egg freezing€2,500
Sperm donation€1,525
ROPA€4,790
SurrogacyN/A

If you are a lesbian couple wishing to undergo IVF treatment then you have an option available to you called ROPA, which is Reciprocal IVF, whereby one woman donates her eggs and the other has the eggs implanted and becomes the carrier for the pregnancy. The cost of this specific treatment is 4,790 Euros.

IREMA embryologists

While undergoing treatment there are additional tests that can be made available should you wish. Two of these tests are Embryo Monitoring and Blastocyst culture, both of which will be included in your treatment costs. The third treatment is PGT-A/PGS testing, which is preimplantation genetic testing that is performed in order to ensure the embryos are healthy and at no risk of genetic abnormalities or diseases, the cost of this treatment is between 2,250 Euros and 3,250 Euros.

The clinic also has access to a cryobank should you need any sperm, eggs or embryos to be frozen for later use. The cost to freeze sperm is 120 Euros. If you have undergone treatment and you have embryos remaining you can pay for the vitrification and storage, for 1 year, of these embryos, which will cost 450 Euros. Should you wish to freeze one of your eggs you will be expected to pay 2,500 Euros. If, at a later date, you wish to have one of your frozen embryos implanted then you will undergo FET, which is Frozen Embryo Transfer, and the cost for this is 1,620 Euros.

IVF Add-ons and Other Costs

Other IVF techniques costs at Fertility and Assisted Reproduction IREMA
Medical consultation (doctor)€135
Donor sperm€330
Sperm freezing€120
Embryo Monitoring (e.g. Embryoscope)included in treatment price
Blastocyst cultureincluded in treatment price
PGT-A / PGS genetic embryo testing€2,250 - €3,250
Embryo freezing and storage for 1 year€450
FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer€1,620

IVF Success Rates at IREMA

In 2021 IREMA clinic performed an average of 42 IVF cycles using a woman’s own eggs, and performed an average of 86 IVF cycles using egg donation. Whilst these numbers may appear low you should keep in mind that these were performed once the clinic was back open during the COVID pandemic, so numbers are expected to be lower than normal.

The below success rates are per embryo transfer and are based on achieving a clinical pregnancy:

  • IVF using egg donation – 70%
  • IVF using a patient’s own eggs – 44%.

When it comes to the success rates for IVF treatment using a patient’s own eggs we can break it down into age groups to have a deeper look:

  • Under 35 – 60%
  • Aged 35 – 40 – 57%
  • Over 40 – 12%.

There are also success rates available for a clinical pregnancy when an embryo transfer was performed:

  • Using frozen embryos – 40%
  • Fresh donated embryos – 50%.

As you can see, the success rates for IREMA are slightly above average when it comes to success rates for a clinical pregnancy achieved through infertility treatment, so it is a good clinic to choose when it comes to your treatment.

Building of IREMA clinic

IREMA Location

The main clinic for IREMA is located in Beniarbeig, which is in Alicante. Alicante is a beautiful city by the sea and has beautiful views for you to look at. Whilst undergoing treatment you will be able to have a lovely and relaxing time, while surrounded by beauty and relative quiet, as the clinic is situated in a quiet enclave.

Only an hour from both airports in Valencia and Alicante you will be able to get to the clinic with ease, and you can either hire a car yourself or the clinic can arrange a taxi on your behalf. The clinic is in close proximity to the Ad hoc Vitae hotel, being only a short walk away, and you will be able to have a lovely 10% discount on your stay thanks to a deal they have with the clinic. If you need advice on other hotels, or apartments, in the area the clinic is more than happy to help.

Fertility and Assisted Reproduction IREMA - FAQ
What is the average cost of IVF with your own eggs at IREMA?

The average cost of IVF with your own eggs at IREMA is 4,150 Euros. IVF stands for In Vitro Fertilisation and is a procedure that is performed by retrieving eggs from the patient and then fertilising them. Once the eggs are fertilised they will be allowed to develop in the laboratory until they have reached the correct stage of development as an embryo. Once this stage has been achieved they will be transferred into the uterus in the hopes that they will successfully implant.

With the price including all the stages of the treatment there should be no additional costs, however if there are any the doctor will inform you before you begin treatment. IVF treatment is as follows:

  • Consultation. Your initial consultation with your doctor will be to determine what treatment you require.
  • Preparation. You will undergo ovarian stimulation in order for your body to produce the eggs that will be required, and during this you will produce more eggs than through your normal ovulation cycle, to increase your chances.
  • Retrieval and Fertilisation. Once your follicles are the right size you will undergo egg retrieval in the operating room, but anaesthesia will be administered so that the process is painless. Once the eggs are ready they will undergo fertilisation with the sperm that is to be used, thus creating embryos.
  • Embryo Culture. The embryos will be allowed to develop in the lab, this is so that they can reach the necessary stage of development in order for them to be ready for transfer. Once they have reached this stage the best embryos will be selected, in order to give you a better chance of success.
  • Embryo Transfer. Once the embryos are ready the embryos will be transferred to your uterus via your uterine cavity using a small thin tube.
  • Pregnancy Test. After a certain period has passed you will undergo a pregnancy test to determine whether or not the procedure was successful.

Once the treatment has finished you will hopefully be waiting for your little one to arrive and grow your family.

What are the costs of popular IVF add-ons at IREMA?

The cost of popular IVF add-ons with IREMA will depend on which add-ons you choose to have performed during your treatment, as there are different costs for each one.
Some of these add-ons are:

  • Mandatory serologies and complementary pre-tests. These include general analytics, hormone tests to determine hormone levels (the exact test depends on if it is performed on a man or woman), sperm analysis to determine the quality of the man’s sperm and see if it is viable for fertilisation or not. Other tests include ultrasounds, cervix bacteriology, a smear test, mammogram and ECG, which is for women over the age of 40. The cost of these tests is 800 Euros.
  • HERES test. This will cost 600 Euros per person and is used to detect genetic disorders that you may have that could pass down to your child. This is a popular test as there are a lot of genetic disorders and diseases that can pass down through your DNA, and ensuring that that you minimize chances to pass to your child is essential in order for your child to be healthy.
  • Donor sperm for 330 Euros. There are many reasons that you may need donor sperm during your treatment, such as the male factor playing a big part in your infertility problems, or being a single woman trying to have a child. Should you require this it is available with the clinic at the cost above.
  • PICSI, MACS and ZYMOT for 450 Euros each. PICSI is a method that is performed in order to select the best sperm for use in your treatment by looking at individual sperm cells. MACS is Magnetic Activated Cell Sorting and is also used for sperm selection but is less invasive. ZYMOT is a chip that tests the motility of sperm to help select it for ICSI.

These are some of the more popular add-ons at the clinic, if you wish to have them added to your treatment or wish to know more you can speak to your doctor at your consultation.

What is the average cost of the egg donation cycle at IREMA?

The average cost of the egg donation cycle with IREMA is 7,290 Euros, and this price is for the OVODON programme. They also have a Blastocyst Guarantee Programme which will cost between 7,900 Euros and 10,600 Euros, although the final cost will depend on the number of blastocyst embryos that are achieved, as long as the sperm parameters are good.

Infertility treatment using egg donation is commonly used when a woman is unable to produce oocytes that can produce healthy embryos as a result of fertilisation. The treatment can be performed either by using a partner’s sperm or by using donor sperm from the sperm bank. All donors are anonymous and are chosen based on specific characteristics that you will talk about with your doctor, who will choose the donor on your behalf. All donors are healthy and fertile and undergo strict testing to ensure they are healthy enough to donate. The treatment looks like this:

  • Preparation. Both the donor and recipient will need to be prepared for the donation, so the recipient will undergo hormone replacement in order to ensure that her uterus is able to receive the embryo, at a chosen moment the donor will be undergoing ovarian stimulation in order for her to produce the oocytes required in the treatment. Fresh eggs are always used so this will be coordinated to ensure perfect timing.
  • Retrieval and Fertilisation. Once the donor is ready the oocytes will be retrieved and then fertilised, in order to allow them to develop as embryos. As stated above this will be performed using either your partner’s sperm or donor sperm.
  • Transfer. Once the embryos have developed enough the best ones will be chosen and transferred to the uterus of the recipient. If all goes well the embryos will soon implant and the treatment will have been successful.

If you are from outside of Spain and are undergoing treatment with the clinic, they will coordinate with your local doctors in order to make your treatment as easy as possible, and so that you don’t have to keep travelling to and from the country. If you wish to know more about this treatment, then you can discuss this with your doctor during your consultation.

What kind of egg donor ethnicities are available at IREMA?

At IREMA there are multiple ethnicities available when it comes to egg donors, although they mainly offer donors that are Caucasian. If you are looking to have an egg donor that is a race other than Caucasian there may be a small waiting period depending on the availability at the time.

Egg donation is strictly anonymous so you will be unable to choose them yourself or know who they are. The choosing of the donor will be done by your doctor and the choice will be made based on physical and genetic characteristics, in order for the donor to look, and be, as much like you as possible. This is to ensure a close genetic and physical match with the child that will be produced as a result of the procedure.

Due to how important donation is there are strict rules that must be adhered to in order for a woman to be an egg donor:

  • Age. Due to how fertility works in women and the fact that it declines as women progress in age, egg donors are usually between the ages of 18 and 30, in order to ensure that the eggs are healthy and fertile.
  • Healthy and Clean. Being drug-free is a must for egg donors as illegal substances can hinder the fertility and health of any eggs produced, so donors are tested for drugs. It is also often a requirement that donors adhere to a healthy lifestyle so that their body is healthy enough to produce healthy eggs. Donors will also be tested for any STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) as this can also impact the health and fertility of the donor.
  • Genetic Diseases. Donors are tested for genetic diseases to minimise chances of passing down to your child. The tests performed can detect hundreds of genetic diseases.

Different clinics can often have different requirements when it comes to donors but the above requirements are usually at every clinic, to ensure that any donations they receive are healthy, fertile, and can offer you the best chance of success during your treatment. Spanish government recommends (and we must offer by law when using a donor) to perform extra testing for recessive diseases (HERES), which the donor could carry but show no symptoms. These kinds of diseases don’t show on standard tests. The donor’s results are then matched with the future father to establish chances of developing a recessive genetic disease. If there were any concerns, the patient would be provided with a different donor.

What is the cost of PGT-A and how should it be calculated with IVF programs at IREMA?

The average cost of PGT-A testing at IREMA is between 2,250 Euros and 3,250 Euros, and the final cost will depend on the number of embryos that you wish to have tested. PGT-A testing is a genetic test that is performed on an embryo to determine whether or not there are any genetic defects or chromosomal abnormalities within the embryo that will have a negative impact on the development of both the embryo and the resultant child. There are many genetic diseases that can pass down through the DNA to a child through either parent, as well as those that are single-sex defects that only pass down to one gender. PGT-A testing can be used to ensure that this doesn’t happen.

There are certain situations where PGT-A testing is seen as more beneficial:

  • Miscarriages. If you have suffered recurrent miscarriages and this was down to chromosomal abnormalities then testing can be performed on your embryos to help prevent this.
  • Inherited disease. The biggest risk with inherited genetic diseases is passing them down to your child, as such a lot of people who have a family history of these will opt not to have children, so as to not risk it passing down. The test can allow someone in this situation to be sure that their genetic disease will not pass down and that their child will not have the same problems as them.
  • Age. Due to a woman’s naturally declining fertility, women over certain ages, such as 35, have a higher predisposition towards having children born with chromosomal abnormalities that can affect the quality of life of their child.

These are some of the situations where the PGT-A test will be most beneficial. When discussing your treatment with your doctor they will be able to tell you more about the test and whether or not it will be beneficial in your situation, as often when there is no history of genetic disease the test can be seen as not needed.

What is the cost of donor sperm from the bank at IREMA?

The cost of donor sperm from the sperm bank with IREMA is 330 Euros. Donor sperm is most often needed when there is a problem with the fertility of the male, such as low motility or a low sperm count. To determine whether or not donor sperm is needed in your treatment the sperm of the male will undergo testing such as DNA fragmentation, which tests the sperm to see if there are any anomalies present that have caused infertility problems.

If an issue has been detected within the sperm of the male a donor may be required and this donor will be chosen by your doctor, who will match the donor to you according to physical and genetic characteristics to ensure as close a match as possible. Due to donation being anonymous, you will be unable to know the identity of the donor or see who they are. You will have nothing to be concerned about as all donors are healthy and must meet strict requirements in order to become a donor. These requirements are:

  • Age. Unlike with egg donation, sperm donors can be older so the age can usually range from between 18 and 50, depending on the clinic. The reason is that men remain fertile for longer. However, younger sperm is often better as it will be healthier and more fertile. Irema informs you about the age of the donor so you can make an informed decision, anyways the vast majority of the donors are on the younger side.
  • Health. Donors will undergo health testing to ensure they suffer from no STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) as this can hinder the health and fertility of the sperm. They also undergo genetic testing to test for any genetic diseases that can pass down through their DNA to the child.
  • Lifestyle. Donors must be drug-free so that the sperm is not compromised in any way, and some clinics also require the donors to live a healthy lifestyle with no unhealthy habits.

With these requirements, you can be sure that the sperm you receive from the donor will be healthy, and fertile, and offer you the highest chances of success with your treatment.

What is the average cost of the ROPA (IVF for same-sex female couples) cycle at IREMA?

The average cost of ROPA with IREMA is 4,750 Euros. ROPA is IVF for same-sex couples and offers lesbian couples the chance of having a child of their own. ROPA stands for Reception of Oocytes from Partner and is usually referred to as Reciprocal IVF. The way this procedure is performed is that one of the women will donate their eggs and the other woman in the relationship will carry the child to term, this way both of the women will feel like they are a part of the process and feel like the child is truly each of theirs.

The way this treatment works is:

  • Stimulation. The woman donating her egg will undergo ovarian stimulation in order to produce oocytes. The woman who will carry the child will also undergo hormone replacement in order to prepare her uterus for the embryo.
  • Retrieval. Once the eggs have been produced they will be retrieved under anaesthesia.
  • Fertilisation. Donor sperm will be required for this step of the process, and it will be used to fertilise the eggs.
  • Cultivation. Once the eggs have been fertilised they will become embryos and be allowed to develop in a laboratory until they have reached the right stage of development.
  • Transfer. The transfer of the embryos will be performed using a small tube by placing them into the uterus of the recipient via the uterine cavity.

Your consultation for this will be free, and the price of the treatment will include all of the above, as well as all medical controls, ultrasounds, anaesthesia, theatre fees and a pregnancy test once a certain period of time has passed.

What is the average cost of embryo donation at IREMA?

The average cost of embryo donation with IREMA is 2,675 Euros, this price applies when a single embryo is adopted. Embryo donation is where a woman who has frozen embryos stored with the clinic donates them so that they can be used by others who wish to have children and might be unable to produce eggs of their own that can be fertilised to become embryos.
Included in this cost is:

  • Consultation. Your initial consultation with the specialist where you will talk about your potential treatment and decide on embryo donation.
  • Stimulation. You will undergo hormone replacement in order to prepare your uterus so that it can receive the embryos.
  • Ultrasound scans. These will be performed in order to determine if everything is ok and see when you are ready for the treatment to begin.
  • Embryo thawing. The frozen embryos will need to undergo the thawing process in order to be used in your treatment.
  • Transfer. Once the embryo has been thawed and you are ready it will be transferred into your uterus by using a small thin tube that places it in the uterus via the uterine cavity.
  • Pregnancy test. Once the treatment is complete there will be a short waiting period in order for the treatment to work. Once this period is over you will undergo a pregnancy test with the clinic to see if you have fallen pregnant.

There may be additional fees depending on whether or not there is more that you need during your treatment, but you will discuss this with your doctor during your consultation so that you know the price ahead of time.

What is the average cost of egg freezing at IREMA?

The average cost of egg freezing with IREMA is 2,500 Euros. This is a procedure where you will have your eggs frozen in order to preserve their fertility for when you wish to have a child. Once you have had your consultation with the doctor and decided to go ahead with egg freezing you will have a plan put in place. Part of this plan will include ultrasound scans to determine the right time to proceed, followed by ovarian stimulation. Ovarian stimulation is performed in order to help your body produce more eggs than usual, this way you will have more to freeze. The procedure will be performed under anaesthesia in their operating room, so you will not feel anything while the eggs are being retrieved. Once the eggs have been vitrified they will be stored safely for one year. There may be the option available to pay for longer storage but you should discuss this with the doctor.

There are many reasons why women may choose to have their eggs frozen:

  • Sickness and Medical Treatment. In certain situations, women who are younger could fall ill or develop a serious medical issue such as cancer. The treatment for some sicknesses can be quite aggressive, especially with cancer where radiation or chemotherapy are used. Such cancer treatment or sickness can affect the fertility of the woman, so having her eggs frozen is a good way to preserve her fertility for the future.
  • Waiting. Some women choose to hold off on having a child for purposes such as education, their career, wanting to find the right partner, or hoping for financial freedom. These are all valid reasons and sometimes can take a long time in order to reach the point where they are comfortable having a child. So freezing their eggs in order for the right time is useful and can enable them to have children at a later age.With egg freezing being more advanced it is a more viable solution than ever before, if you wish to know all about this process then speak with your doctor and they will tell you all you need to know.
What are the average costs of intrauterine insemination and donor sperm insemination at IREMA?

The average cost of intrauterine insemination and donor sperm insemination at IREMA is between 750 Euros and 1,195 Euros. IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) is a procedure that is performed where semen is pushed into the uterus via the uterine cavity, in order to help facilitate fertilisation. It is a relatively painless procedure and patients undergoing it should only feel a small pinch and some cramping as the device passes through the cervix. It is also known as artificial insemination, and is commonly used when there are issues with the male, who is unable to have his semen reach the uterus in a large enough quantity to fertilise the egg. Donor sperm insemination, also known as AID (Artificial Insemination with Donor) is the same procedure, although it is performed by using donor sperm instead of the partner’s sperm.

The full prices are as follows:

  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) – 750 Euros.
  • IUI pack of three attempts – 1,950 Euros.
  • Donor sperm insemination (AID) – 1,195 Euros.
  • AID pack of three attempts – 2,940.

You will notice that AID costs more and this is because there is the fee for the donor sperm included in the cost as well. The full treatment is as follows:

  • Stimulation. Ovarian stimulation will be performed on the woman who is to receive the sperm, this is so that she produces more eggs. More eggs give the sperm a better chance of fertilisation, which increases your odds of successful treatment.
  • Medical controls. All medical controls that need to be performed during the procedure will be included in the cost.
  • Ultrasounds. These will be performed in order to determine the right time for the recipient to undergo ovarian stimulation.
  • Insemination. Lastly, the insemination itself, which will be performed in the clinic.

If you wish to know more you should speak to your doctor at your consultation.

Who is the medical director and what is the doctor’s experience in IVF treatment at IREMA?

The medical director of IREMA is Dr. Verónica Serrano De la Cruz Delgado, who graduated from the University of Valencia with a Master’s degree in Assisted Reproduction and Endoscopic Surgery. She is a very friendly doctor and her patients are able to put their trust in her, knowing that she will do everything in her power to help make their dreams come true.

As well as Verónica Serrano De la Cruz Delgado the clinic has numerous staff and doctors, some of whom have over 20 years of experience working with IVF. Along with the experienced doctors the clinic has a team of patient coordinators, whose job is to ensure that all patients have as easy a time as possible during their treatment.

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