The article highlights the NewLife IVF Greece clinic. The accompanying image showcases the exterior of the NewLife IVF Greece clinic.

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IVF treatment availability at NewLife IVF Greece

IVF at NewLife IVF Greece - restrictions
Woman maximum age54
Single womanAllowed
Same sex female couplesAllowed
HIV (female)Not allowed
HIV (male)Not allowed
HCV / HBV (female)Allowed
HCV / HBV (male)Allowed

About NewLife IVF Greece

Newlife IVF Greece has been treating Greek and international patients for infertility since its opening in 2010 and is situated in the beautiful port city of Thessaloniki in Greece. The clinic prides themselves on their attention to care and detail and designed their clinic with your comfort in mind. The clinic is modern and stylish and has a sleek design, especially when it comes to their colours and furniture, with beautiful wooden furniture adorning the place, that makes you feel right at home. The colours are light and warm, to evoke a sense of calm and comfort, which you are sure to feel as soon as you step through their doors. Even the exterior facade has been designed in a modern way, using grey colours and plenty of windows, that can make you feel welcome.

The clinic itself has 3 laboratories, for different kinds of tests and embryo development, and 3 theatres. When it comes to your recovery you will be situated in one of 4 recovery rooms, with ensuite facilities, that have comfortable beds and a chair, as well as a window view, to allow your recovery to be comfortable, and soothing.

Newlife IVF Greece has a commitment to quality and this is shown in their certification, having received both the ISO 9001:2015 and EN 15224:2017. The ISO requires an 80% patient satisfaction rate in order to be awarded, and the clinic manages to achieve above 90%, showing that almost all of their clients are satisfied after having undergone treatment with them. They have also been officially licensed by the Greek National Authority of Assisted Reproduction. Thanks to their excellence in patient care, and satisfaction felt by their patients, a lot of their new clients come from purely word to mouth, and with such a good reputation, it means they’re doing something right. What is also worth mentioning, since 2011, NewLife IVF Greece has been an OHSS-free clinic, ensuring the patients who undergo stimulated cycles do not suffer from Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome.

Egg Donors at NewLife IVF Greece

One of the forms of treatment available at Newlife IVF Greece is IVF treatment using donor eggs. If you require an egg donor for your treatment, you won’t have any worries about the quality of the eggs as all egg donors are thoroughly tested to ensure their eggs are only of the highest quality possible. They go so in-depth with the egg donors that they look at all of their medical history, as well as family history, to ensure that there are no issues with their eggs at all. Egg donation is available to women up to the age of 54, so if you are an older woman looking to have a child then this clinic is surely for you, though, if you are aged 50-54 you would require additional qualification. One of the better aspects of egg donation with Newlife IVF Greece is that they will match you with the donor as closely as possible, even down to the blood type, this will ensure that your baby will have as much in common with you as possible.

NewLife IVF in Greece offers a diverse selection of egg donor ethnicities to accommodate various patient needs. The clinic’s egg donor pool includes individuals from a variety of ethnic backgrounds such as Caucasian, Hispanic, Scandinavian, black African, Asian, Indian, and Arab. This diversity ensures that prospective parents can choose a donor who matches specific racial or ethnic criteria, which may be important for personal, cultural, or medical reasons.

Newlife IVF Greece hall

One of the things we mentioned above was their commitment to quality of care and the comfort of their patients. When it comes to meeting these commitments they offer support in numerous ways, beyond your infertility treatment:

  • Nutritional support. What we eat and when we eat can have a great impact on how our body reacts, and with nutritional support, you will know the best things to eat in order to ensure that your body is as healthy as possible. This way you will have a healthy body on the inside, that will be more receptive to pregnancy.
  • Acupuncture and Aromatherapy. These are two fantastic ways to relax and have been used by people for thousands of years, with the techniques having been refined over those thousands of years, to ensure optimal results. Nothing feels better than true relaxation and they will help you achieve that feeling of true bliss.
  • International Support. A lot of patients who go to Newlife IVF Greece for treatment are international, coming from all over the globe. Because of this, they have refined their process to help cater for international patients and offer them all of the support they will need before, during, and after, their treatment. Booking a trip to another country can be arduous at the best of times, but booking it when you are going for treatment can feel even harder. The clinic will offer their help with finding you the perfect accommodation, in Thessaloniki, that will suit all of your needs and desires, and thanks to them having special deals with local hotels you can find yourself paying less than if you booked it yourself.
  • Psychological counselling. Going through something as traumatic as infertility can take a great toll on the mind, and as taking care of our own mental well-being is very important, the clinic has psychological counselling on offer, to help you get your mind in shape. A healthy mind is very important and Newlife IVF Greece sees this.

Experience and Medical Staff at NewLife IVF Greece

Dr. Dimitrios Dovas
Dr. Dimitrios Dovas

Newlife IVF Greece is headed by Clinical Director Dr. Dimitrios Dovas, who graduated from medical school at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki. After graduating he went on to specialise in gynaecology and obstetrics in England, where he also obtained a diploma in family planning at the London Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Thanks to his wealth of knowledge and 18 years of experience he has also authored numerous articles in scientific journals and spoken at many international conferences. He is also a member of both ESHRE and ASRM, two highly respected organisations in reproductive medicine.

There are also numerous patient coordinators who specialise in dealing with international patients, to ensure that their treatment, and the trip to the country, go as smoothly as possible. If you’re worried about a language barrier then there is no need to, as staff at the clinic speak multiple languages, to ensure that you will be understood and everything can be explained to you without any miscommunication, especially if you speak English.

IVF Costs at NewLife IVF Greece

At Newlife IVF Greece your journey starts at no cost, as your initial and follow-up consultations, either in the UK, Greece or via video, are free of charge. The most basic treatment, IUI (intrauterine insemination), will cost you 500 Euros and AID (artificial insemination with a basic profile sperm donor) – 900 Euros. For IVF treatment using own eggs you will pay 3,500 Euros and for the same treatment but using oocytes from a donor you will pay from 6,900 to 9,900 Euros depending on the program chosen. If you need donor sperm, the cost starts from 250 Euros. If you and your partner are not able to use your own gametes, you can adopt a donor embryo and have treatment starting from 6,000 Euros. You can also pay for additional embryo genetic testing using PGT-A or PGS. The cost of this is 1,200 Euros. Not all would-be mothers wish to undergo treatment at the current moment in their life, so Newlife IVF Greece also has the option available for you to freeze your eggs and/or embryos. Egg freezing/social freezing costs start from 2,250 Euros, then you can have them vitrified and stored at the cost of 500 Euros per year. Then if you decide it is time for a frozen embryo transfer, the fee is 1,400 Euros.

Basic IVF packages cost at NewLife IVF Greece
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)€500
Artificial insemination with donor (AID)€900
IVF with own eggs€3,500
Egg donation IVF€6,900-9,900
Embryo donationfrom €6,000
Egg freezing€2,250
Sperm donationfrom €3,250

IVF add-ons and other costs

Other IVF techniques costs at NewLife IVF Greece
Medical consultation (doctor)free
Donor spermfrom €250
Sperm freezingfree if done within a cycle
Embryo Monitoring (e.g. Embryoscope)€500
Blastocyst cultureincluded in treatment price
PGT-A / PGS genetic embryo testing€1,200
Embryo freezing and storage for 1 year€500
FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer€1,400

IVF Success Rates at NewLife IVF Greece

Newlife IVF Greece sees above-average results when it comes to their treatment, and their success rates will inspire confidence that you chose the right clinic for your treatment. All of the following results come from 2022 data and are based on achieving a clinical pregnancy per embryo transfer:

  • IVF with egg donation – 67%
  • IVF with own eggs – 57.9%

When we break down the IVF with own eggs success rates into age groups they are as follows:

  • women under 35 – 77.8%
  • women aged 35-40 – 66.25%
  • women over 40 – 35.3%.

Next, we will look at the 2022 success rates for IVF using frozen embryo – 58.7% and IVF using donor embryo – 68%.

In 2022, the clinic performed 1,782 treatment cycles, of which 61.8% were cycles used a patient’s own eggs, and 38.2% cycles used donor eggs. As you can see the clinic achieves very good results, and should inspire confidence in you, when you choose them for your infertility treatment.

NewLife IVF Greece – Location

As we stated above, the Newlife IVF Greece clinic is located in the beautiful port city of Thessaloniki, which has amazing views of the Aegean Sea and beautiful beaches to relax on. When it comes to travelling to the city for your treatment you may be tempted to fly to Athens and make your way from there, but if you get a flight directly, you may end up paying a lot less for your flight, and saving money is something everybody enjoys.

The clinic is only a 5-minute drive from the airport and a 20-minute drive from the city centre, so while you are between treatments, or before/after treatment, you can have a nice sightseeing tour around the city. You can easily combine your infertility treatment with the holiday of a lifetime, by going to Thessaloniki.

NewLife IVF Greece - FAQ
What is the average cost of IVF with your own eggs at NewLife IVF Greece?

The average cost of IVF with your own eggs at NewLife IVF Greece is 3,500 Euros. Included in this price are all of the procedures that you will need for this treatment. Your first consultation with the doctor will be free, and this is where the plan of treatment will be put into place.

The cost of this treatment includes:

  • Your initial consultation as well as the follow-ups that you will need to have, as well as any scheduled appointments you need during your treatment.
  • Patient Care. You will be taken care of by the clinic’s international patient coordinators, whose job is to ensure patients from out of the country are well looked after.
  • All of the scans you need that will be performed at the clinic.
  • Egg Collection. In order to have your treatment you will need to undergo egg collection, but this will be performed under sedation so that you don’t feel any pain.
  • Your eggs will be fertilised with sperm using the ICSI method. ICSI is Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection and is where sperm cells are injected directly into the egg in order to help with fertilisation.
  • Blastocyst Culture. Rather than the usual three to four days your embryos will be allowed to develop for five to six, this allows for better developed embryos that have a better chance of successful implantation.
  • Assisted Hatching. If needed your embryos will have their zona pellucida pierced slightly, this helps facilitate successful implantation.
  • Sperm Cryopreservation. Before your eggs undergo fertilisation the sperm of your partner will be cryopreserved in the short term.
  • Embryo Transfer. Once you are ready your embryos will be transferred by placing them in the uterine cavity using a small, thin catheter.

This is what is included in the cost of your IVF treatment with your own eggs.

Some things aren’t included in the cost and you will need to pay extra fees if they are needed, or wanted, in your treatment.

These are:

  • Preliminary tests such as blood tests.
  • Medications, these will cost between 1,100 Euros and 1,200 Euros.
  • Embryo vitrification. If you have embryos remaining and wish to freeze them this requires an additional fee of between 300 Euros and 800 Euros depending on how many you wish to have frozen, plus 200 Euros per year of storage after the first year.
  • Embryo transfer for surplus embryos for 1,400 Euros.
  • Travel and Accommodation.
  • Notarial deed for 150 Euros. If you are a single woman or an unmarried couple you will need a notarial deed.
  • Donor sperm for 400 Euros, although if you wish to have it from another sperm bank there may be an increase in price.

When you have your consultation with your doctor and decide on your treatment the full price will be discussed with you.

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

The cost of popular IVF add-ons with NewLife IVF Greece will depend on which add-ons you have with your treatment as the prices vary.

Some of these are:

  • ZyMot sperm microsorting for 200 Euros. ZyMot is used for selecting sperm with higher motility and is useful when the man has high levels of sperm fragmentation.
  • Embryoglue which will cost 200 Euros. This is a viscous substance that has high levels of hyaluronan and makes the secretions in the uterus become stickier, and can help when it comes to successful implantation.
  • GERI monitoring system for 500 Euros. This is a revolutionary monitoring system that allows for embryos to be constantly monitored at shorter intervals and from more perspectives. With this system in place it allows the embryologists to see every stage of development better than ever before and allows them to choose better embryos for embryo transfer.

There are other add-ons available with the clinic, however these are performed only when they are needed during treatment.

These are:

  • ERA (Endometrial Receptivity Analysis) test for 1,500 Euros. This tests the endometrial cavity to determine the correct time for the embryo to be transferred.
  • EMMA and ALICE for 1,400 Euros. EMMA (Endometrial Microbiome Metagenomic Analysis) and ALICE (Analysis of Infectious Chronic Endometritis) are both tests that test the bacteria inside the uterine cavity in order to determine if there is any bacteria that can cause implantation failure.
  • EndomeTRIO for 1,700 Euros. This is a comprehensive test that will cover ERA, EMMA and ALICE.
  • CD138 Biopsy for 250 Euros. This tests for a protein called CD138, as if there are high levels present it can be associated with endometritis, which can have a negative impact on the embryo transfer.

If you wish to discuss any of these add-ons with your doctor then they will be able to answer any and all questions that you have, and tell you whether or not they are needed in your situation.

What is the average cost of the egg donation cycle at NewLife IVF Greece?

The average cost of the egg donation cycle with NewLife IVF Greece is between 6,900 Euros and 9,900 Euros, depending on which egg donation package you choose to have, as the clinic has two available.

The first package is the standard egg donation package, which costs 6,900 Euros, this package guarantees at least two top quality blastocyst embryos. The second package is the advanced egg donation package, this costs 9,900 Euros and will guarantee at least four top quality blastocyst embryos. Whilst both packages do guarantee a minimum number of embryos that doesn’t mean you will only receive that number, as you may receive more as the clinic will create as many embryos as they can within the normal parameters.

Both packages include:

  • Initial consultation as well as the follow-up once treatment is concluded.
  • Patient coordinators who will assist you during your treatment, and who will speak your language.
  • Egg donor screening, stimulation in order for you to produce eggs, and the collection of the eggs for your treatment, as well as the medication you will need for the treatment.
  • Scans to determine the right time to go ahead with treatment, these will be performed in Greece.
  • ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) will be used to fertilise the eggs by injecting sperm cells directly into the eggs.
  • Blastocyst culture where your eggs will be allowed to develop for five to six days, which offers better chances of success.
  • Assisted hatching where the zona pellucida of the embryo will be slightly pierced to aid with implantation
  • Short-term cryopreservation of any sperm and eggs that need to be cryopreserved, until the embryos are ready to be created.
  • Embryo transfer, which will be performed under light sedation.

Whilst everything that was listed above is included in the cost of treatment there may be others that require you to pay extra, such as:

  • Tests performed in your home country such as blood tests.
  • Medication which will cost between 500 Euros and 900 Euros, although they may be cheaper if bought in your own country.
  • Embryo preservation for any remaining embryos, which costs between 300 and 800 Euros, depending on the amount you will have vitrified, plus 200 Euros per year of storage from the second year onwards.
  • Travel and accommodation.
  • A notarial deed, which will be required if you are a single woman or an unmarried couple, which will cost 150 Euros.
  • A sperm donor, which will cost 400 Euros, although this is only if you need one.
  • Further embryo transfers after your treatment will cost 1,400 Euros.
What kind of egg donor ethnicities are available at NewLife IVF Greece?

The egg donor ethnicities available with NewLife IVF Greece are mainly Greek, so this means they are mainly Caucasian although with a Mediterranean background and can range from very fair skin to darker skin. However, the donors do have a varied range of hair colours, from red, to blonde, to black, and more, meaning the clinic is able to serve many ethnicities such as Scandinavian, Caucasian, Indian, black African, Arab, and more. As donors are chosen based on physical and genetic characteristics this is very important, as it means they will be able to match the donor to you as closely as possible. Egg donation is strictly anonymous so you will be unable to know who the donor is, and they will be chosen by your doctor.

Thanks to the strict requirements in place in order to be a donor you can be sure that the eggs you receive will be from young, healthy, and fertile women.

These requirements are:

  • Egg donors are between 18 and 35 years of age, as past a certain age a woman’s fertility starts to decline, so the younger the donor the better the chance of a healthy and fertile egg, which increases your odds of success.
  • STI testing. Sexually transmitted infections can negatively impact the fertility of a woman, so those who test positive for any STIs will be unable to donate.
  • Genetic screening. All donors are tested to ensure that they are free of any genetic diseases that can pass down through their genes, as these can have a negative impact on the health of the embryo and of the child once born, so those with inherited diseases are unable to donate.
  • Family history. All donors must give a full and detailed medical history of their family, to see if there are any patterns of diseases or illnesses that lower the quality of life.

Thanks to these requirements you can feel confident in the donor that is chosen for you. You can also be confident in how the clinic will treat the donor, as they have a very good reputation within the donor community, which can show you the level of care the clinic has when dealing with any patients.

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

The average cost of PGT-A testing with NewLife IVF Greece is 1,200 Euros, although this cost has three parts to it. The first part of the cost is for the biopsy, which will cost 700 Euros, and the second part is for the time-lapse monitoring using the GERI system, which will cost 500 Euros, totalling 1,200 Euros. Additionally, for the third part, there is a cost of 230 Euros for each embryo that is to be tested.

PGT-A testing is genetic testing where a few small cells are removed from the embryo and tested in order to determine whether or not the embryo has any genetic defects or chromosomal abnormalities that will hinder development of both the embryo and the subsequent child. The embryos will undergo monitoring with the GERI time lapse monitoring system, which is a revolutionary piece of equipment that allows for closer monitoring of the embryos during development. This allows the embryologists to monitor them more closely in order to be able to choose the best embryos for use in your treatment.

Preimplantation Genetic Testing is more useful in certain situations, such as:

  • History of genetic diseases. If there is a history of genetic diseases in your family then you may wish to avoid passing it on.
  • Chromosomal abnormalities. You or your partner may have some chromosomal abnormalities that you wish your child to avoid inheriting.
  • If you have suffered from repeat miscarriages that were down to chromosomal abnormalities.
  • Women over the age of 35 are more predisposed to having children with chromosomal abnormalities due to their age.

If you feel like you would like to, or should, have preimplantation genetic testing then you can talk with your doctor who will run through your options. In certain circumstances this test may be recommended by your doctor based on your medical history or as a result of tests to determine the cause of your fertility problems.

What is the cost of donor sperm from the bank at NewLife IVF Greece?

The cost of donor sperm with NewLife IVF Greece is 400 Euros, although this is with sperm that they have available, if they need to get sperm from other sperm banks this may come at an extra cost. They also cooperate with sperm banks in Greece as well as European sperm banks such as Cryos International and European Sperm Bank. When choosing the donor the donor will be anonymous although there will be a basic profile and an extended profile available, for you to choose from. You will be able to choose from characteristics so that you can choose a donor that is as close a match to you and your partner as possible.

All sperm donors are thoroughly tested and must meet strict requirements in order to be a donor, as they must be able to provide healthy and fertile sperm, as proof of this each sperm sample comes with a certificate to say that the donors are healthy.

Some of these requirements are:

  • When it comes to sperm donation the age of the donors are more varied as some sperm banks allow donors to be up to the age of 50. This is because men retain their fertility for longer, although younger sperm is better.
  • STI test. All donors are tested for any sexually transmitted infections, this is to ensure they are STI free, as this can impact the health and fertility of the sperm.
  • Genetic testing. In order to be sure that the donors are free of genetic diseases that are inheritable the potential donors must undergo genetic testing, as these can negatively impact embryo development as well as the health of the child.
  • Family history. As well as genetic testing the donors must provide a full family history so the sperm banks can be sure there are no recurring illnesses running in their family.
  • Healthy lifestyle. Being drug-free is a must when it comes to being a donor, and often the donor must also live a relatively clean and healthy lifestyle with no unhealthy habits.

All donations will comply with the laws in both Europe and Greece, in order to ensure the quality of the sperm donation.

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

When it comes to ROPA treatment with NewLife IVF Greece there is no average price as this treatment is not performed at the clinic. ROPA stands for Reception of Oocytes from a Partner and is commonly known as Reciprocal IVF. It is a procedure whereby one member of a same-sex female couple donates her eggs and the other has them transferred to her uterus once they have become embryos, thus allowing both members of the relationship to take part in the process.

Since this procedure is not performed at the clinic there are only two ways for a same-sex female couple to undergo treatment. The first way is where the recipient of the eggs undergoes embryo donation with the other member of the relationship being the anonymous egg donor. However, the only way this treatment option is viable is if the woman donating her eggs meets all of the requirements in order to be a donor. These requirements include being under the age of 35, being STI free, and having no genetic diseases or a family history of them. If she does not meet these requirements then she will be unable to donate her eggs for the procedure. The second way is for one of the women to undergo IVF with her own eggs, which will require donor sperm, and this would cost 3,500 Euros.

What is the average cost of embryo donation at NewLife IVF Greece?

There is no average cost for embryo donation with NewLife IVF Greece, due to the clinic not offering this in the traditional sense, as they don’t have any ready-made embryos ready for donation. However, this treatment can be performed in a different way, by using egg donation treatment and having the eggs fertilised using donor sperm to create embryos that will be used in your treatment. The cost for this will be either 6,900 Euros or 9,900 Euros plus the cost of the donor sperm, which will be 400 Euros, taking your total to either 7,300 Euros or 10,300 Euros.

There are two packages available with egg donation:

  • Standard egg donation. This package will guarantee a minimum of two blastocyst embryos and cost 6,900 Euros, or 7,300 Euros with donor sperm.
  • Advanced egg donation. This package guarantees a minimum of four blastocyst embryos and will cost 9,900 Euros or 10,300 Euros with the donor sperm added.

Whilst both of these packages guarantee a minimum amount of blastocyst embryos this is not to say that you will only receive this amount, as more may be created during the course of your treatment.

Here is everything that is included in the cost:

  • Consultation and follow-up.
  • Patient coordinators to help during your treatment.
  • Egg donor screening and stimulation, plus egg collection.
  • Scans to know the right time to start treatment.
  • Donor sperm.
  • ICSI in order to fertilise the eggs using donor sperm.
  • Blastocyst culture.
  • Assisted hatching if deemed necessary.
  • Short-term cryopreservation of sperm and/or eggs if required.
  • Embryo transfer.

If you undergo any tests such as blood tests in your home country then these will not be included in the cost of treatment. You will also need to pay an additional fee for any medication you may require and this may cost between 500 and 900 Euros. If anything else is required that is not covered by the cost of the treatment then this will be discussed with you by your doctor during your consultation.

What is the average cost of egg freezing at NewLife IVF Greece?

The average cost of egg freezing with NewLife IVF Greece is 2,250 Euros. This will include your consultations with the clinic, and any that are done via video call.

Also included is:

  • Monitoring such as scans to determine the right time to begin treatment.
  • Stimulation in order for your body to produce eggs.
  • Sedation for the egg collection procedure.
  • Egg collection where any eggs that have been produced will be collected in order to freeze them.
  • One year of storage, after this year is up you will be required to pay 200 Euros per additional year of storage that you wish to have.

Any additional scans or blood tests that you have in your home country or in Greece will come with an additional cost.

If you have been undergoing treatment using embryos and you have any left over from your treatment you can also have these vitrified and stored for a fee. The fee for this will depend on how many straws will be stored, with each straw containing one or two eggs.

These costs are:

  • One to three straws will cost 300 Euros.
  • Four to five straws will cost 400 Euros.
  • Six to eight straws will cost 600 Euros.
  • Nine embryos and over will cost 800 Euros.

These costs all include the first year of storage and once the first year is over a storage fee of 200 Euros per year will be required. If at any point you wish to undergo FET, which is Frozen Embryo Transfer, then this will cost 1,400 Euros.

Not included in any of the prices above are the costs for infectious disease screening, or the medications you will require during your treatment, and these will need to be paid as an additional cost. When you speak with the doctor about this procedure they will inform you as to the cost of all of this.

What are the average costs of intrauterine insemination and donor sperm insemination at NewLife IVF Greece?

The average cost of IUI and AID with NewLife IVF Greece is between 500 Euros and 900 Euros, and this depends on whether you need donor sperm or not. IUI is Intrauterine Insemination and is a procedure whereby sperm is collected from your male partner, prepared and then released inside the uterine cavity by using a small, thin catheter that will be pushed through your cervix, and this will cost 500 Euros. The procedure is relatively painless and you should only feel a small pinch and some cramping as the device passes through your cervix.

AID, which is Artificial Insemination with Donor, is performed in the same way although donor sperm will be used instead of your partner’s sperm, and this will cost 500 Euros for the artificial insemination as well as an additional 400 Euros for the donor sperm, totalling 900 Euros.

The reason this procedure is used is when there is a fertility problem on the side of the male, such as low motility or low sperm count. Due to the sperm being released so close to the eggs it offers a greater chance of fertilisation than through more traditional methods such as intercourse. When sperm is released during intercourse only a small amount of sperm cells may reach the uterus, thus giving a low chance of fertilisation. When the sperm is released directly it allows for a much larger volume of sperm cells to reach the eggs and thus have a greater chance of them being fertilised.

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

The medical director of NewLife IVF Greece is Dr. Dimitrios Davos, who serves as both the clinical and medical director. He graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and specialises in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He gained a diploma in family planning from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynaecology in the 2nd Obstetrics and Gynaecology Clinic at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Thanks to his many years of experience he has participated in the training of both students and midwives, as well as lecturing at many conferences and publishing a large number of articles and science journals. He is also a member of both ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) and ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine). If you are an international patient at the clinic then you may have him as your doctor as he is responsible for all international patients. All of this shows that his knowledge is sought-after and he is the right man to lead the clinic.

Also part of the team at the clinic are some exceptional people with years of experience such as Dr Athanasios Pantelis, Dr. Anthi Stamkopoulou and Dr. Giorgos Chorozoglou, who are all infertility specialists and obstetricians and gynaecologists. If you are a patient who speaks Serbian or German then you will have Dr. Giorgos Chorozoglou as your doctor as he speaks both languages. Also part of the team are international coordinators whose job is to ensure that patients coming from out of the country are well looked after and understand everything, as they speak multiple languages.

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