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The specialists in the Columna Medical Center team have extensive experience in the field of assisted human reproductionMore
"In vitro fertilization is the medical procedure used to treat a couple's fertility problems and thus to increase the chances of conceiving the desired pregnancy"More
Columna Medical Center is the largest center specialized in assisted human reproduction in Romania, with over 1,000 fertilization procedures performed annually.More
Columna Medical Center has one of the highest success rates in the country, i.e. 55.17%, in the programs funded by the authorities;More
At Columna Medical Center we know that the assisted human reproduction is a complex procedure that involves teamwork, and that is why in addition to top clinicians with extensive experience in this field, we are the only clinic in Romania whose medical team includes 4 senior embryologists.
The anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) test is a simple blood test that indicates the chances of getting pregnant, being a significant marker of the ovarian reserve.
În ultimul timp, la femei, vârsta biologică s-a îndepărtat foarte mult de vârsta reală. Ce trebuie să știi este că timpul trece, iar corpul tău nu stă în loc până te decizi că ești pregătită să devii mamă. Testează-ți din timp potențialul fertil printr-o simplă analiză de sânge și dă-ți voie ca atunci când ești pregătită, să-ți poți împlini visul de a deveni părinte.
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The biggest and most experimented team specialized in assisted human reproduction in Romania (over 20 years of experience).
who offer custom treatment and, most of all, results.
in Romania with 4 senior embryologists.
for National Health Ministry and PMB programs.
RUA: IAS, IAD, FIV, ICSI, P-ICSI, Embryobanking, Freeze all, FIV procedures with imported biological material (sperm, ovocytes, PGS/PGD).
Any pregnancy begins with the union of the female sex cell (oocyte) and the male sex cell (sperm), a process called fertilization. Their union generates a unique cell that contains genetic material from both parents, which through successive divisions becomes an embryo and eventually a child. The fertilization process usually takes place in the fallopian tubes, where the oocyte reaches the ovaries after ovulation, and the sperm after sexual intercourse. In the case of in vitro fertilization, this process takes place outside the woman's body, in the fertilization laboratory, and then the resulting embryo is transferred to the mother's uterus. The in vitro fertilization therefore only changes the places where fertilization occurs and the first stages of the embryo development, then the pregnancy takes place normally.
The success rates for in vitro fertilization: 41 - 43% for women under 35, 33 - 36% for women aged 35 – 37, 23 - 27% for women aged 38 – 40, 13 - 18% for women aged 41 and for women aged over 41.
The specialist discusses and consults both partners in order to assess their health, risk factors and issues that can cause infertility. If no cause of infertility is determined at this stage, more specific tests will be needed. For women, they include hormonal tests, ovulation monitoring, hysterosalpingography or laparoscopy. For men, the first test is the spermogram.
The ovarian reserve is the ability of the ovaries to produce eggs to be fertilized, the end result being a healthy pregnancy. The ovarian reserve refers not only to the number of eggs, but also to their quality. The patients with decreased ovarian reserve have a lower pregnancy rate and a higher abortion rate. In general, the most successful treatment option in such cases is IVF with donated eggs.
The main diseases where in vitro fertilization is indicated and works are: diseases of the fallopian tubes (with obstruction or sequelae of the tubes), for example reduction of sperm count or motility), endometriosis, ovulation-related disorders (e.g. in the case of polycystic ovaries), increased values of sperm DNA fragmentation, infertility of untold / unknown cause.
At Columna Medical Center you will find a unique program to stimulate your natural fertility - Fertistim. Fertistim addresses both partners, whether or not they suffer from infertility. The program is recommended for any couple who wants a healthy pregnancy and is even more important for couples over the age of 35, where natural fertility is low. It also plays an important role in the assisted human reproduction procedures, where it has a major impact, with an increase of up to 50% in the success rates. Last but not least, the program is designed for couples who have suffered abortion in the past or for those who have had repeated embryo implantation failures.
Unlike the Standard IVF, ICSI (IntraCytoplasmic Sperm Injection) involves the direct intraovular injection of a single sperm by microinjection. ICSI is a specialized in vitro fertilization procedure used on couples with male infertility.
There are no differences between children conceived naturally and those conceived via IVF in terms of the percentage of malformations, intelligence, physical development. However, multiple pregnancies via IVF are more common (around 25%).
The risk of fetal abnormalities with IVF is similar to the normal pregnancies (3 - 5%) and increases with age.
The anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) test tells you how likely you are to get pregnant, as this is a significant marker of the ovarian reserve. The anti-müllerian hormone test is easy to do and involves taking a blood sample.