With our selected team of highly qualified and experienced professionals and experts, The Egyptian IVF Center accommodates
over 120 specialists, all working hand-in-hand to making families grow.
It follows the same steps as IVF, except for the fertilization method, where the best available sperm is selected from the husband and injected into the egg through a micro-needle under a special microscope.
The gender of the newborn is determined through a simple medical examination of the fetuses before the process of returning them to the wife’s womb. Through this examination, the type of fetus is determined whether it is male or female, and then the type of fetus is selected that suits the desire of the spouses
Where the chromosomes inside the cell are examined. This examination is required in cases of hereditary diseases in the family, severe male infertility, repeated miscarriages, or repeated failure of the IVF process.
Is an examination of the whole set of chromosomes in a blood sample. This is recommended in cases of family history of genetic diseases, severe male factor infertility, history of repeated abortions, and repeated IVF / ICSI failure
Injecting a small volume of washed and activated husband’s sperm inside the uterus at the time of expected ovulation as detected by US and hormonal testing in urine.
Examination of the semen sample to report: sperm count, motility and morphology.
The Egyptian IVF center offers antenatal care to all our pregnant patients who wish to follow up with their pregnancy under the supervision of our team of expertise, excluding the patients referred by physicians who are not working in the center. Those patients will be asked to follow up with their initial doctors. Antenatal at the IVF center involves the first visit to confirm viability of pregnancy, which is done by transvaginal ultrasound at 7 weeks (5 weeks after the positive pregnancy test).
Our expert andrologist will examine the husband clinically to assess the cause of infertility. In cases where no sperms are found in the semen, a simple operation can be performed to take a small sample from the testes through a needle (TESA) or through a small incision (TESE) usually under local anaesthesia.
Long-term storage for oocytes can be done to preserve fertility before undergoing cancer treatment. The patient will undergo ovarian stimulation and oocyte pick up, then the resulting oocytes will be treated in the laboratory to be stored in liquid nitrogen where they can be safely preserved for many years.
One oocyte (egg) is produced in natural cycle. Ovulation induction involves giving hormones to stimulate the ovaries to produce more than one oocyte (egg) in a single cycle, to increase possibility of conception
Follow up on ovarian response to ovulation induction drugs. In the case of natural cycle we perform an US (ultrasound) or measure hormones in blood and/or urine to monitor ovulation.
Taking a biopsy (one cell) from the embryo to be tested genetically to ensure the transfer of healthy embryos. It is indicated to avoid the risk of transmitting chromosomal or genetic abnormalities to off springs.
oocyte retrieval process
rate of operations
Founded in the year 1986, the Egyptian IVF-ET Center was the first ever medical facility offering infertility treatment in Egypt. Putting a smile on the faces of thousands of couples over the past three decades. The center is a modern facility located in the lovely district of Maadi, within reach from almost anywhere in EGYPT. Our staff is comprised of experts in the field of in vitro fertilization, supported by a well trained team of over 120 members working together to ensure delivering the best possible quality to our patients. Not only do we offer medical services to our patients, but we act as consultants in sharing the expertise we have with those eager to know more. In our quest for delivering the best service for our patients, we adopted quality assurance policies within our organization and we obtained the ISO 9001: 2008 and we are the first (and so far the only) IVF center in Egypt to obtain the ISO in scientific research in our field.
In general, the chances of IVF/ICSI success are directly related to the age of the female partner. Efficient treatment has an almost 50% chance of pregnancy with females aged 35 or less. Between ages 35 and 39 chances of success drop to approximately 35-40%; while at the age of 40 chances of pregnancy drop to 20% and at 43 years to 5%.