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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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Female infertility is only absolute, if it is impossible to get pregnant naturally because of hysterectomy or agenesis of the uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries.

Curable female infertility

Curable female infertility:

  • endocrine infertility, i.e., occurring in ovarian or thyroid functional abnormality
  • tubo-peritoneal infertility (accounting for 70% of female infertility cases)

Main tubal infertility forms:

  • fallopian tube functional abnormality (this involves changes in the fallopian tube contractility; fallopian tube hyper- or hypomyotonia; dyscoordination of ciliary movements in the fallopian tube lining, which results in the failure to form a directed flow of the tubal contents and impairment of the tubal transport function);
  • tubal obstruction. Peritoneal infertility is established if adhesion is present: in the abdomen, between the uterus and its appendages; between the fallopian tubes and the ovaries; between the uterus, tubes, ovaries and other abdominal cavity organs.
  • immuno-infertility is observed in 3% of couples with normal reproductive function and normal anatomy of the reproductive organs. This type of infertility may be caused by immunologic incompatibility, i.e., when a woman’s body produces antibodies to spermatozoa.
  • idiopathic infertility, the term is used for unexplained infertility.
  • infertility following various diseases. Infertility caused by uterine pathology may be associated with prior inflammatory infections, various pathological processes in the reproductive organs or congenital anomalies. This may include: endometrial hyperplastic processes; uterine malformations. Uterine pathology is more often considered as a cause of miscarriage; the term reflects the possibility of fertilization and fertile ovum development combined with obstacles to normal embryonal implantation and development in the uterine cavity.
  • infertility in endometriosis, it may have several causes: adhesive process and changes in the local immune status that are detrimental to fertilization. Even minor forms of the endometriosis genitalis externa are accompanied by changes in the endometrium that may cause embryonal implantation problems. In 20-27% of cases, endometriosis is accompanied by folliculogenesis disorders, anovulation and corpus luteum deficiency.