Congenital absence of the uterus (Mayer-Rokitansky Syndrome)
Patients who have had hysterectomy at an early age for cancer or other reasons
Congenital anomalies of the uterus which prevent conception to occur
Uterine fibroids which make it impossible for a woman to carry a pregnancy to term
Heart or Liver disease which can threaten the woman’s life if she becomes pregnant
Women who have can get pregnant but have had repeated miscarriages or stillborn babies
Damaged endometrium which hinders implantation after repeated IVF attempts
Single men or a homosexual couple may want to have their child. Such cases might require a surrogate mother as there is not a female partner to carry the pregnancy. These patients will also need an oocyte or embryo donor.
In addition to donation services, our center offers treatment to couples who seek conventional infertility treatment. Our hospital is also the first and only private hospital which has received ISO 9001 accreditation. Our goal is to match infertile couples with healthy sperm and oocyte donors. A child completes the family unit.