Infertility Treatment

Before you plan to start your fertility treatment, it is our procedure for you to discuss your treatment options with your doctor. After evaluating you and your partner carefully, your doctor will explain your options, will answer for your questions (regarding time, success rates, related risks) and will help you to decide the most appropriate treatment for your unique situation.

Which technique you may need largely depends on the causes of your infertility. We distinguish:

Initial treatment for infertility:

Ovulation induction method:

Drugs are typically the first choice in fertility treatment because of their low cost and relative convenience. This method is mostly used for women having ovulatory problems.

Surgical Management of Infertility:

Reproductive surgical treatments involve surgeries to evaluate, identify, and/or correct problems of the female genital tract often associated with infertility. The surgical intervention can correct some major causes of infertility, including endometriosis, fibroids, congenital anomalies and pelvic adhesions.


Other methods used for fertility treatment:

Ovulation induction for artificial insemination or planned intercourse

Patients who fail to respond to drugs or patients who have an extremely suppressed ovulation process will be treated with injectable fertility medication to boost egg production and make the uterus more receptive to embryo implantation.

Commonly known as fertility drugs, ovulation induction medications (follicle-stimulating hormone FSH) will be taken through injections to stimulate a woman’s ovaries to release multiple mature eggs.

The ovulation will occur start from the 11th day of the menstrual cycle. Generally the intrauterine insemination should be performed or an intercourse is planned to coincide with ovulation to maximize the chance of sperm reaching a ripe egg for fertilization to occur

The intrauterine insemination may be selected as a fertility treatment with any of the following conditions:

cervical factor infertility  (occurs when the mucus lining the cervix is too thick, therefore impeding the man’s sperm from progressing past the cervix)

male factor infertility (low sperm count and decreased motility)


Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)

ART includes a range of methods:

  • in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer (IVF-ET)
  • gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT)
  • zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT)
  • frozen embryo transfer (FET)
  • donation of gametes (sperm cells and oocytes)
  • assisted hatching
  • preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)
  • cryopreservation of embryos and sperm cells

Procedure/service Price Comments
Primary consultation assisted by interpreter 250 €


PROCEDURES Price Comments



All IVF cycles + ICSI,  medication for treatment not included*
Egg donation 4700 € IVF +ICSI + donated eggs, medication for treatment not included *
Embryo donation 3000 € medication for treatment not included *




2300 € The price may vary from patient to patient according to the patient’s age, her ovarian reserve, previous surgical interventions and individual differences
Egg donation 1500 €

This price includes the medication needed for donor and donor eggs’  recipient

Embryo donation

500  €  



Medical studies and preparation for IVF cycle

550 €

Staying at the clinic for 24 hours

Embryo freezing


Sperm freezing


Embryo conservation


1 month

Sperm conservation


1 month

Male karyotype


Female karyotype




The prices for fertility treatment may vary insignificantly  from patient to patient according to the personal clinical history.

You have to remember that undergoing your fertility treatment and in order to achieve better treatment result, our Clinic may recommend you to undergo some additional procedure, such as Hysteroscopy (the inspection of the uterine cavity by endoscopy with access through the cervix under general anesthesia.

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