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Fertility treatment at StorkKlinik

Fertility treatment at StorkKlinik for involuntary childlessness

There can be many causes of involuntary childlessness. There is often interplay between different factors which is why the desire to have children is not fulfilled. Therefore, the initial consultation is very important for subsequent fertility treatment at StorkKlinik.

Sometimes an optimal check of your cycle is all that is needed. If it becomes apparent that the woman, the man or both partners are infertile, there are lots of options for fertility treatment available within modern fertility medicine. StorkKlinik’s experienced team will recommend the best fertility treatment for your individual situation and be there for you during your treatment. 

Overview of treatment options

This is a quick overview of the fertility treatment we offer at StorkKlinik:

Intrauterine insemination (IUI):

During a natural cycle, the time of ovulation can be detected with an LH test or with an ultrasound scan. With hormone-stimulated insemination, ovulation is triggered in the woman. The prepared sperm cells from a donor or partner are transferred directly to the womb with a catheter. Insemination with donor sperm may be used, for example, by a lesbian or a single woman or by a heterosexual couple with mild infertility.

In vitro fertilisation (IVF):

During IVF treatment, ripe egg cells are retrieved from the woman following hormone stimulation and are brought together with about 50,000 prepared sperm cells from the donor or partner. Fertilisation takes place outside the body but under its own power. If fertilisation is successful, one–two embryos are normally placed in the womb after two–five days. Read more about IVF.

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Intrazytoplasmatische Spermieninjektion (ICSI)

If the chances of a successful IVF treatment are low because of an inadequate number of suitable sperm cells, there are other fertility treatment options available to you. With ICSI, a microinjection is used to fertilise egg cells, obtained after hormone stimulation, with a sperm cell. As with IVF, the resultant embryos are then placed inside the womb. Read more about treatment with ICSI here. This method can also be used if previous IVF attempts with optimal numbers of fertilised eggs have not been successful.

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Embryo transfer:

Embryos created by artificial fertilisation are transferred to the cavity of the womb using a very thin catheter that is passed through the vagina and the cervix. The method does not cause the woman any pain and only takes a few minutes. You can find detailed information about embryo transfer here. 

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Blastocyst transfer:

Embryos may not necessarily be transferred after the second or third day of their development but when they have reached the blastocyst stage on day 5. This gives a particularly good prognosis for a pregnancy. You can read more about blastocyst transfer here, and when this treatment is applicable. 

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Cryopreservation:

If during hormone stimulation more eggs than necessary are obtained for an IVF-ICSI cycle, these can be frozen and used at a later date during your fertility treatment for further artificial fertilisation. 

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Further fertility treatment options for involuntary childlessness

People do not always self-refer to StorkKlinik for medical reasons or because of infertility. Our service also covers other aspects of fertility treatment.

Freezing eggs: Women of child-bearing age can freeze their eggs if they want to increase their chances of becoming pregnant at a later date when it may be difficult to conceive naturally. This technique was developed for cancer patients but is also used nowadays for younger women who want to postpone starting a family. You can find more information about freezing eggs here.

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Sperm donation

Artificial fertilisation with donor sperm can be offered to single women and also same-sex partners. There are many options available with regard to selecting a donor. See an interview about this with one of our midwives here .

Of course, we will also give detailed information about the treatment options for fertility treatment, during the journal discussion at StorkKlinik.

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Please feel free to contact us!

Our opening times:

Mon and Thu: 08:00 - 18:00
Tue, Wed and Fri: 08:00 - 16:00
Sat, Sun and holiday: 08:30 - 15:00

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