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Anti – Mullerian Hormone (AMH)

With more and more woman postponing pregnancy, it is no surprise that older women worry about how much time they have left to have a baby. Therefore, it is natural that woman want to know if they are still ovulating and when their eggs will run out. The markers of the AMH test provide answer to these questions. AMH produced by the ovarian egg follicle that grows and prepares the egg for release into the fallopian tube. The level of AMH found in the blood is a better indicator of a woman’ ovarian function than the previous oestrogen test. Essentially, an AMH test can tell you if your aviaries are still releasing eggs.


The Embryoscope is an advances incubator which allows the embryo to be observed minutes by minute from the point when ICSI takes place when ICSI takes place to the treatment when it is transferred into the uterus. This brand new technique includes an image capture system which allows an enormous amount of specific and objective information to be obtained for every embryo, which up until now could not be recorded. This allow us to find out new information about the embryos in a non-invasive way, as it avoids the need for taking the embryo out the incubator to assess its development, improving the selection criteria and, and an a result, pregnancy rates.


An outpatient diagnostic procedure in which the physician uses a fiber optic scope, inserted through the vagina and cervical canal, to examine the inside of the uterus. If adhesions or blockages exist, they often can be removed during the same procedure.

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Sperm the have been washed (separated from seminal fluid) and prepared in the andrology laboratory are inserted directly into the uterus.

Percutaneous Sperm Aspiration (PESA)

PESA is usually the first treatment option suggest if the male partner has no sperm in his semen. It is relatively painless and requires no surgical intervention. A fine needle is inserted through the scrotum into the epididymis from which fluid is gently removed by aspirating it through the needle. The fluid is then analyzed from sperm content and motility. PESA usually takes about 10 to 20 minutes and requires only local anesthetic.

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE)

If no sperm is found in the epididymal fluid, a needle is gently inserted into the test, This needle removes a small sample of tissue, which is then examined from sperm in our laboratory, A variant of this procedure involves a small surgical incision in the testis, called a testicular biopsy.

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