Eva Clinics have developed FOREVA treatment based on our patients’ needs. We are aware that the economic issue can be an impediment which stops many couples from achieving their dream to become parents so Eva wants to become a solution for their patients.
When the fertility problem depends on both partners, the IVF procedure with egg and sperm donor is the appropriate solution to finally conceive. This kind of technique has very high success rates due to the excellent gametes’ quality; on the other hand, the usage of egg and sperm donor makes the treatment more expensive which implies to the fact that many couples who need it cannot afford the treatment. FOREVA has been designed exclusively for them.
What does FOREVA treatment consists of?
- It consists of one In Vitro Fertilisation cycle with 4 eggs from a female donor and sperm from a male donor.
- The treatment is recommended for those couples who need IVF with egg and sperm donors but they cannot afford it.
- Differently from IVF with egg and sperm donors procedure, in this case we can provide only 4 eggs with an offer of a special price.
What are the advantages offered by FOREVA treatment?
- We want to avoid that the economic issue becomes an obstacle within your path in achieving your dream.
- You will receive a personalized and close service along the entire treatment.
- A team of gynaecologists will guide you along the entire treatment and one of them will be responsible for supervising your specific case.
- Eva Clinics have developed The Pregnancy Success Study to establish the expected success percentage of the treatment for your concrete case. It is totally free and we will previously deliver it to you before starting the treatment in order to let you aware of the possibilities you have to achieve a successful pregnancy in every cycle.
PHASES OF TREATMENT
The phases of FOREVA treatment are the following:
All the donors meet excellent physical and psychological characteristics. It is a procedure which is usually carried out in a very rigorous way and it is totally regulated by Law. The egg donors’ quality is certified thanks to rigorous medical tests. It should be also be pointed out that egg donors’ sign an informed consent in which they guarantee that donation is an anonymous and voluntary act and that they will not try to find out your identity or your future child’s at any time except in special cases where providing this information would be required for the future of the baby’s health.
Firstly it is necessary to synchronize your menstrual cycle with the donor’s so it can be performed via oral contraceptives.
On the other hand, the donor must undergo the same ovarian stimulation and follicular puncture procedure to the Conventional In Vitro Fertilisation. FOREVA treatment allows the patient to count on 4 eggs from the donor.
OBTAINING THE SPERM SAMPLE
The sperm sample can be obtained from a sperm bank. This sample contains a good quality sperm because sperm donors must undergo rigorous tests in order to rule out important diseases to make the donation process safe.
EMBRYO CULTURE AND FERTILISATION
Once the four donor’s oocytes have been removed through the puncture they are fertilized with the donor’s sperm bank.
PREPARATION OF THE RECIPIENT
To prepare your endometrium you have to undergo a simple treatment which consists of hormones administration, oestrogen so that the endometrium or the inside mucosa of the uterus can be found at its best condition when transferring the embryos.
Embryo transfer is the last and decisive step of the process to obtain your pregnancy. The process is very simple even if it is performed in the operating room as the puncture. Embryos are deposited in the uterus through a thin catheter which is made with a very adaptable material in order not to damage the walls of the uterine cavity and it is performed without being sedated because due to the painless process.
After the embryo transfer you need to rest approximately half an hour. We recommend you to rest for a while on the transfer’s day before returning to normal activities but obviously always in moderation.
Surplus embryos of the process will be frozen in order to use them in case you don’t get pregnant during the first IVF cycle.
PROCESS AFTER EMBRYO TRANSFER
After two weeks following the embryo transfer, a period of time which is known as “beta waiting”, the pregnancy test is performed.