Failure to conceive can be related to factors in both the woman and the man. It’s always your wishes and your previous history that decide which treatment is the best for you. The best way for us to help you choose is an informal meeting. Here we’ll go through your history of examination and treatment, we’ll explain our investigation programme, and together we’ll find the solution that works best for you.
Good news for fertility patients waiting for treatment in public clinics
Have you been referred for fertility treatment only to get stuck on a waiting list caused by the restructuring of the public fertility clinics in Region Midt?
You only pay for what you get
At Aagaard Fertilitetsklinik you only pay for what you get – no more, no less. A contract for 3 IVF/ICSI treatments will always involve 3 completed treatments including transfer, or a total of 5 discontinued treatments.
This means that if there are no blastocysts on day 5 and transfer is therefore cancelled, the treatment is not considered completed, but only counts as a discontinued treatment.
Infertility can be caused by a number of factors:
- Blocked or missing fallopian tubes
- Adhesions (endometriosis)
- Reduced sperm count or no viable sperm
- The man has had a vasectomy
Sometimes infertility is inexplicable; all tests and examinations seem to show that 'there’s nothing wrong' with neither the man nor the woman.
Depending on the cause of infertility there are various forms of treatment we can offer you:
|ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION IVF||Artificial insemination, also called test tube treatment or egg transplantation|
|ICSI||Like IVF, except fertilisation of the egg happens by means of micro-insemination; i.e., a single sperm cell is injected into the egg|
|EGG DIAGNOSIS (PGD)||Implies that the embryo (fertilized egg) is diagnosed for known genetic diseases that the man or the woman is a carrier of, such as HD (Huntington’s disease) or CF (cystic fibrosis).|
|EGG SCREENING (PGS)||Implies that the embryo (fertilized egg) is screened to make sure that the 23 pairs of chromosomes (22 autosomes plus the sex chromosomes X and Y) are present; in other words that the embryo has the normal number of chromosomes.|
|ASSISTED HATCHING||In the laboratory a tiny hole is made in the shell of the embryo before it is transferred to the womb|
|TESA||Sperm cells are extracted from the testicle if the man has had a vasectomy or is unable to ejaculate|
|EGG FREEZING||High-quality spare embryos are frozen after IVF treatment|
|SPERM FREEZING||Freezing of sperm can be a good idea if:
- the man is about to receive medical treatment that may potentially harm his sperm cells
- the man finds it difficult to supply fresh sperm on the day of egg extraction
- the man can’t be present on the day of IUI treatment or egg extraction
- the man is considering a vasectomy
|INSEMINATION IUI||Insemination with partner (IUI-H) Insemination with donor sperm (IUI-D)|