IVM is a revolutionary fertility treatment developed to offer a safer and cheaper alternative to conventional IVF.
In vitro maturation (IVM) is a relatively new procedure similar to in vitro fertilization (IVF), but with a notable difference. IVF uses a medication regimen to bring a patient’s eggs to maturity before they are removed from the ovary; The IVM recovers the eggs while they are still immature and matures them in the laboratory (in vitro).
The expertise in infertility in in vitro maturation (IVM) lies in our willingness and ability to individualize our approach to better meet each of our patients. If you have questions by reviewing the material on in vitro maturation (IVM)
IVM is ideal for patients who do not tolerate the effects of drugs necessary for oocyte maturation, such as the preservation of fertility in cancer patients in the early recovery phase and other drugs used for these patients. trigger the transition of oocytes to maturity, can also cause a stimulating effect on deadly cancer cells.
In addition, other types of patients could benefit from IVM, including some patients with an ovary with premature aging. IVM is also a way to avoid expensive gonadotropins and the risks associated with ovarian hyperstimulation.
Perhaps less well known is our work with individuals and couples who are contemplating assisted procreation, but who are unsure of their next step. We encourage anyone before making a decision to consult us.