Let a child be!

The EmbryLife Center offers a whole range of services for diagnostics and treatment of both female and male infertility. Our specialists use American IVF technology: we work according to guidelines that have shown proven results in thousands of US patients. This technology has implicit excellent laboratory equipment capabilities, in strict compliance with ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) and ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) requirements.

EmbryLife is the only clinic in Russia that has been accredited by the American Association of Embryologists.

(812) 327-50-50

35 Sadovaya St., St. Petersburg, Russia

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A distinction is made between treatment of infertility and overcoming infertility. In any case, the goal of our Center’s medical team is a healthy pregnancy. To overcome infertility, ART (assisted reproductive technology) based approaches are used that lead to pregnancy without surgical elimination of the infertility causes. For example: IVF (in vitro fertilization), AI (artificial insemination), and other ART (assisted reproductive technology) based methods. The most efficient method is selected by the physician after the infertility causes and the patient’s wishes as to the planned conception time are identified.

Methods to help a couple When to use:
Hormonal therapy
  • female endocrine infertility
  • male endocrine infertility
Artificial insemination
  • moderate impairment of the sperm quality
  • immune response against spermatozoa
  • cervical pathology
IVF (in vitro fertilization) with subsequent embryo transfer into the uterine cavity
  • uterine tube functional disorder
  • reduced sperm quality
  • endometriosis
  • unexplained infertility

ICSI - Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (with subsequent embryo transfer into the uterine cavity

  • pronounced deterioration in sperm quality
  • severe male autoimmune infertility
TESE/MESA (surgical sperm extraction from testes or epididymides)
  • functional abnormality of vas deferens or testes
  • no spermatozoa in the ejaculate
Insemination with donor sper
  • complete absence of the husband’s spermatozoa
  • risk of transmission of a severe hereditary disease
IVF with a donor ovum
  • absence of own ova
  • risk of transmission of a severe genetic disease
Surrogate motherhood
  • absence of the uterus
  • contra-indications to carrying a pregnancy
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