As a new egg donation Fertility journey begins we explain how you can get involved; while in the clinic’s Alicante base, we reveal the incredible news that last year’s patients, Anita and Simon, are in their 12th week of pregnancy.
Inge Kormelink, Head of Strategies & Policies at IVF Spain, writes:
They went to perform a heartbeat ultrasound and told us that their baby’s heart is healthy and beats strongly. We are immensely glad for them and wish them a wonderful road to parenthood.
The IVF Spain Foundation is a non-profit institution created in 2012. The foundation focuses all its effort on two main aspects – on one hand supporting families through the Amadrina sponsoring programme, whilst also investing in research, training and teaching. Additionally, it supports the Fertility Journeys project.
The IVF Spain Foundation strives for the reality that money should not be an obstacle for any families who want to conceive a healthy child. Thus, we are vitally involved in the project organised by Fertility Road magazine, where each year a couple is chosen to undergo fertility treatment with the latest technology in reproductive medicine.
When it comes to clinical complex cases, such as repeated miscarriages, implantation failure, genetic or immunological problems, it is essential to have a first-class scientific team equipped with the most advanced medical equipment in assisted reproduction, capable of providing high success rates, even for the most complex cases.
All three laboratories at IVF Spain are equipped with cutting-edge technology and have sufficient autonomy for testing without the need to outsource. Therefore, they are quickly able to identify the cause of infertility and provide a better clinical solution.
The TÜV (Technischer Überwachungs-Verein) certification, which is independent and one of the strictest ratings, has certified the success rates of the IVF Spain fertility clinic. After being certified, IVF Spain has managed to position itself among clinics with the best results. Indeed, according to 2014 data, we can boast a 54-80%success rate depending on the type of treatment.
When it comes to participating in the Fertility Journeys project, patients must agree to share their story through videos and interviews made by the IVF Spain team when coming to the clinic for their first visit. IVF Spain intends to raise awareness of how common fertility problems actually are; hence they must be made visible in order to contribute to its normalisation. It is in this way we intend that couples going through such situations may feel identified and understood, whilst realising that there are medical solutions for infertility problems.
If you wish to work with us, free of charge, across 2016, we ask that all applications are submitted before April 7, 2016, below. In order to know more of your story, please provide us with information about your age, number of previous cycles, motivation to start a fertility treatment and a current photo.
Once the deadline passes, we will be in contact with all candidates to learn more about their stories. We wish we could help all couples but unfortunately can only accept one application.
Between Sunday 8th May we will announce the couple that will start fertility treatment at IVF Spain so that we can proceed with the first consultation in May.
The chosen couple will travel to IVF Spain, where a prestigious, specialist in assisted reproduction will perform a free first consultation and the first fertility treatment.
We look forward to welcoming you.
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