For doctors

Our comprehensive medical network allows us to offer the full range of state of the art fertility care in Zurich, Switzerland.

Testing & diagnostics

  • medical and reproductive history evaluation Cycle disorders, hyperprolactinemia, thyroids desease (Hashimoto) etc.
  • Cycle disorders, hyperprolactinemia, thyroids desease (Hashimoto) etc.
  • complete physical examination, initial infertility testing
  • second opinions
  • ultrasound exams: 3D pelvic ultrasound, uterine cavity study and testing of tubal patency
  • Sonohystogram (Saline Infusion Sonogram), HyCoSy, HSG (hysterosalpingogram)
  • Minimal-invasive surgery (hysteroscopy, laparoscopy)
  • endometrial biopsy, immune testing
  • trial transfer in preparation for IVF
  • endocrinology labwork (usually on day 1-5 of menstrual cycle to assess hormonal status and infectious disease screening)
  • Ovarian reserve assessment (also considered as Day 3 Testing) involves several blood testing and sonograms: FSH/ Estrogen/ Anti Mullerian Hormon AMH/ Antral Follicle Count AFC
  • Semen analysis and andrology workup
  • Genetic Carrier Testing (i.e. sickle cell disease, cystic fibrosis, tay sachs disease and others), Karyotyping

treatments

  • comprehensive fertility treatment from basic follicular stimulation, ovulation induction to artificial reproductive techniques
  • GnRH pump
  • IUI – Artificial Insemination
  • Donor Insemination
  • IVF – In Vitro Fertilization
  • ICSI – Intracytoplasmatic sperm injection
  • egg Freezing & fertility preservation (social freezing)
  • sperm freezing
  • surgical fertility evaluation and treatment of endometriosis, fibroids, polyps, adhesions etc. (minimal invasive reproductive surgery being performed at renowned private Hospitals such as Hirslanden and Bethanien Zurich)
  • Endocrine Therapies for male infertility

Our modern network means you will receive individual, ongoing assistance from a single source. We collaborate closely with referring doctors to provide medical care using the satellite model. You can use your preferred approach to assist patients, even during complex therapies.