Opting for IVF treatment in Albania is certainly a key decision in anyone’s life, given that they are already undergoing the stress and agony related to infertility. Yet, with the right support and care, the journey can be eased and simplified.
At Gaia Fertility, our professionals work with the core motive of bringing you the best IVF treatment with the help and support of our partner clinics.
The quality of IVF treatment in Albania provided by our experts is continually monitored and evaluated by a third-party regulatory agency to guarantee that all patients are treated with respect and dignity throughout their whole reproductive journey.
Fertility treatments have a very lenient legal framework in Albania given the absence of a proper law. The Albanian law permits the donation of sperm and eggs, as well.So, you can stay assured of stepping ahead without any second thoughts.
In comparison to the UK, the cost of every form of treatment is significantly reduced in Albania. The quality of care is still excellent, despite lower expenses.
Daily flights connect Albania with the majority of the airports across the globe. So, you are never too far from a highly ethical and affordable IVF treatment in Albania.
You will mostly find highly experienced and expert fertility professionals in Albania. It’s a well-known fact that fertility specialists are highly respected for the quality of their work and the outcomes they achieve.
As you decide on initiating with the most awaited journey of your life, you do not have to come across a waiting list for IVF treatment. Options such as egg donation are no different and one can easily get access to a pool of egg donors and sperm donors while getting board with us.
Our professionals and partner IVF clinics will always come up with the most suitable and tailor-made IVF program to best suit your needs. Our staff members are always there to provide personal attention to each and every one of our clients.
Testing is used to determine the reproductive health of both the woman and the men. Injecting hormones into the woman’s body increases her egg production, and her “cycle” is then monitored. An infertility doctor will run tests before initiating an IVF cycle to check numerous crucial criteria.
First and foremost, your ability to respond to fertility medicines is a key factor in the outcome of your IVF procedure. During stimulation, your personal infertility doctor will monitor your follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) levels to evaluate your ability to respond to fertility medication. Your uterine environment is the second factor to consider. Your personal infertility doctor will conduct an ultrasound of your uterine lining just before ovulation (sonogram).
The male’s fertility is the third factor. The sperm of your partner will be examined by a medical professional from one of our partner IVF clinics in Albania. One egg is typically produced by women with healthy ovarian function each month.
Your ovaries will be stimulated with carefully regulated hormone doses supplied intravenously in order to enhance the number of mature eggs accessible for fertilization. Ultrasound scans and blood tests will be used by your infertility doctor to keep tabs on your reaction to these hormonal preparations and the growth of your eggs. Hormone injections are then used to stimulate ovulation.
To begin the fertilization process, the eggs are extracted from the ovaries of the women patient and placed in special cultures with the sperm. Over the course of a few days, the embryos mature. When you return to one of our partner IVF clinics in Albania, a doctor will perform an embryo transfer.
The ovaries are accessed by the use of a vaginal ultrasonography probe and a needle. Patients are sedated for retrieval, which normally takes no more than 20 or 30 minutes. In the IVF laboratory, each follicle’s egg and fluid are meticulously collected and analyzed. An incubator is used to keep the eggs separate.
The eggs and sperm are placed in a temperature-controlled incubator and allowed to incubate together. The best embryos have about eight cells each after three days of egg retrieval. Embryos may be allowed to develop for an additional two days, under a process known as the blastocyst stage, in order to accommodate some patients.
Embryos with 60 to 100 cells are the most fertile and have the best chance of resulting in a pregnancy. More embryos may be transplanted, but the odds of multiple births will be reduced while the chances of implantation and pregnancy will not be affected.
A tiny catheter is used to transfer the embryo into the uterus of the mother. The embryos are then implanted into the uterus under the supervision of our experts. There is relatively minimal pain in general. After the embryo transfer, you won’t need to take any special rest and can get back to your regular routine. It’s only a matter of time before the eggs hatch and the embryos begin to develop.
In order to find out if the IVF process was successful, you’ll visit your local infertility specialist thereafter. You’ll get extra progesterone and estrogen to keep your uterine lining healthy. Blood tests are done six to ten days after the transplant.
Pregnancy hormone levels rise as a sign that implantation has happened. To ensure that the pregnancy is progressing normally, additional blood tests are carried out. Four weeks following the transfer, an ultrasound is used to confirm clinical pregnancy.
Over the years, we have helped and supported numerous individuals and couples to achieve parenthood via our ethical and affordable IVF treatment services. During your IVf journey, you will be supported and looked after by a team that includes skilled infertility specialists, embryologists with advanced training, consultants, treatment coordinators, and others.
Positive and inspirational reviews of most of our Patients speak volume about our success story. We hope this helps you better understand how we work and why so many others have put their faith in us to care for them.
Contact one of our client coordinators today for a free consultation!