Infertility treatment is both an intensive process and a burden emotionally and financially. To eliminate the legal and financial aspects of infertility treatment in Iran, CarefulTrip is committed to transparency in all legal and financial aspects. As a result, you can find a list of our infertility treatment services and their prices below. Unlike many other clinics, the price for quotes and consultations, obtaining your medical visa, hotels and accommodations for three days, airport pickups and domestic transportations, lab tests prior to and post-operation, all doctor visits, and medications are included in the price packages. These prices are for one cycle of IVF/ICSI. For multicycle packages, please contact us via WhatsApp.
- Egg/sperm/embryo freeze
Freezing eggs, sperms, and embryos are great options to preserve fertility and postpone getting pregnant for various medical or personal reasons. Fertility declines over age in both men and women, and especially in females, getting older results in a steep fall in egg number and quality. Freezing eggs and sperms can also be helpful if one or both partners are going through any kind of cancer treatment such as chemotherapy or radiography. Both sperms and eggs can be frozen indefinitely.
- Frozen embryo transfer
This procedure is a type of IVF treatment in which a frozen or cryopreserved embryo is transferred to the carrier’s uterus. The frozen embryo might be from previous IVF cycles or a donated embryo. Your doctor might suggest a fresh or a frozen embryo transfer, but usually, the success rate of transferring frozen embryos is higher and thus, preferred. Using cryopreserved embryos is common in cases where patients want another child, are using donated embryos, or want to use genetic screening methods such as PGD or PGD on the embryos available to them.
- ICSI + Egg Donation
ICSI or IVF treatment using donated eggs is a type of treatment that able women with ovarian failure or certain genetic complications to get pregnant. In this type of treatment, the mother is not genetically related to the child, although, unless a sperm donor is involved as well, the father bears the same genetical fingerprints as the baby. This type of treatment starts by selecting an egg donor who has undergone medical and psychological evaluation. After donor selection, the punctured egg is transferred to the carrier’s uterus with IVF or ICSI techniques.
- ICSI + Sperm Donation
ICSI or IVF treatment using donated sperm is a type of reproduction assistance in which the sperm from another man is used for fertilization. This technique is applied due to various reasons, such as sperm malfunctioning, low mobility, or genetic diseases in the male partner. This procedure involves selecting a single donated spermatozoon with suitable and high-quality after comprehensive quality controls and injecting it directly into the egg.
- ICSI + Embryo Donation
ICSI or IVF treatment using donated embryos is a type of infertility treatment in that the offspring have no genetic connection to their rearing parents. This type of treatment can help couples in which both partners suffer from severe infertility issues. This infertility treatment may also be a good option for couples suffering from hereditary diseases.
- ICSI + Microinjection
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is a type of IVF method in which a single selected sperm is injected into an egg. The sperm is selected by the embryologist having several parameters in mind and controlling the sperm quality comprehensively. This is crucial for having quality embryos. This type of treatment has a higher success rate than common IVF and is suggested especially when the sperm lacks the normal quality and mobility.
Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery with the aid of a camera that allows the surgeon to operate on the inside of the abdomen or pelvis without having to cut large areas of the skin. Laparoscopy can be used both as a diagnostic method in infertility treatment, as it enables the surgeon to observe the reproductive organs and evaluate the pelvic cavities; and as an operative tool for some tubal repairs before infertility treatments such as IVF or ICSI.
- microTESE Surgery
Microscopic testicular sperm extraction (microTESE) is a type of treatment that retrieves sperm directly from the testes rather than from the ejaculate. This procedure is recommended when the vas deferens -which is the carrier tube that transfers sperm from the testes- is blocked, so there is no sperm present in the ejaculate. The other reason is that sperm is very low in quantity so it is not available in the ejaculate. This procedure can be done under general anesthesia and using an operating microscope for seeking sperms inside the testes. The retrieved sperms can be then used by an infertility specialist for IVF or ICSI procedures. This method has a success rate of 60% and is one of the main methods to treat male infertility.
Myomectomy is a type of surgery that can be used for infertility treatment. In this type of surgery, the surgeon removes the uncancerous growths inside the uterus. If your infertility specialist suspects that these fibroids might infer with your fertility and childbearing plan, this procedure is done. Statistics show that after this treatment, pregnancy outcomes are quite high.
- PGD (Preimplantation Genetic Testing)
This process is the genetic screening of the embryos prior to implantation in the uterus. This type of genetic screening checks if the embryos bear any abnormal chromosome numbers or any congenital conditions. This process also can be used as a sex determination and gender selection tool as it counts the chromosomes and determines if the embryo is XX or XY. After selecting the desired gender, the embryo is transferred to the uterus by IVF/ICSI methods.
- PGS (Preimplantation Genetic Screening)
This technique is also used to detect any abnormality in chromosome counts of the embryos. It is a preventative measure to take to test the embryo even if there are no congenital conditions present in either parent. This screen testing is specially used to detect Down Syndrome, and also abnormal positioning of the chromosomes that can lead to fatal failures. This screening is advised for women above 35, as the quality of eggs diminishes significantly after this age, and can lead to more abnormal embryos or aneuploidy.