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IVF Marbella

IVF Marbella

Show Phone NumberAvenida Severo Ochoa 67, Marbella, Malaga, 29603
4.4 / 5  Excellent
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
Thursday09:00 - 19:00
Friday09:00 - 19:00
Saturday
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Fertility Specialist Consultation Free
(1 hour )
Egg Donation From €6970
(2 sessions)
IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation From €5060
Embryo Donation From €2600
Egg Freezing From €2900
ICSI - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection From €5060
Blastocyst Transfer
Surgical Sperm Retrieval
IVF with Donor Eggs From €6970
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About IVF Marbella

In FIV Marbella we are committed to quality, we are equipped with cutting-edge technology and highly qualified staff. Our laboratories are equipped with pioneer equipment in Spain.

Our Staff will make your visit to Marbella as stress free as possible, your well being is our priority and we want you to feel as close to home as possible.

We will put all our experience and enthusiasm to try and ensure that your visit to FIV Marbella ends in the result your are looking to achieve.

We have an exclusive international department that will always be available to offer you advice, clarify doubts or offer you help in any way you may need. Working together with you at all times we will ensure that you fully understand all treatments and procedures, assuring you feel as comfortable as possible and eliminating any fears.

At FIV Marbella we also consider that the planning of your visit to us shouldn't be cause of worry for our patients, so for that reason our International Department is more than happy to prepare your trip and stay in Marbella, arranging accommodation close to the clinic, airport transfers, etc.

At FIV Marbella we believe that there is always faith and that together we can achieve the happy ending you so much desire.

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from 3 verified reviews Patient Reviews of IVF Marbella

"Whole experience was great"
Clinic's favourite review
100%Reviewed 17 Dec 2013 Review verified by phone and email.
Treatment Received: IVF with Donor Eggs
Michelle in charge of us was fantastic. Very caring and helpful. We felt very at ease. Whole experience was great. Helpful emails, phone calls and they showed they cared. I'm now 17 weeks pregnant the first try at this clinic. Price quoted was what I paid. I would highly recommend.
Treated By: Michelle Total Amount Paid €8,000
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Christina Aberdeen. Scotland
"I was quite happy with the treatment"
100%Reviewed 30 Jun 2017 Verified user. Review confirmed by phone and email.
Treatment Received: IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation
I was quite happy with the treatment I received from the IVF Marbella clinic for my In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) Appointment. I had no problem with the clinic doctors, procedures or the clinic prices so I was very happy.

I liked the clinic because it gave me no problems and no complications whatsoever. Good doctors, good prices, and good services. I was so happy.
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Shayna South Africa
"Got to see our little miracle last week on ultrasound scan"
100%Reviewed 14 Oct 2015 Review verified by email.
Treatment Received: IVF with Donor Eggs
I have recently had egg donation with IVF Marbella. I needed egg donation due to early menopause. The staff at IVF Marbella made getting over this hurdle so much easier and the location offers a stressful few days too.

The service before during and after treatment is superb. Communication with Michelle was excellent and all my queries and questions were answered in the same day. We had our embryo transfer on 10th September, positive test on 21st September and got to see our little miracle last week on ultrasound scan. We would highly recommend this clinic to any one going through the same as us.
Treated By: Daniel Total Amount Paid €6,970
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Dr Enrique Criado responded to this review:

Dear Rachel, Thank you very much for your review and kind words. It was a pleasure to assist you on your journey. The IVF Marbella team wish you all the best and want to thank you for trusting us to make your dream come true.

Rachel Coppull
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Accreditations

  • SEF - Sociedad Española De Fertilidad (Spain) 
  • ESHRE - European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (International) 

Provides

Acupuncture

Fertility

Premises

Parking

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

On-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Emergency service

Open weekends

Travel Services

International travel

Local travel

Local accommodation

Translation services

Pick up service from hotel

Pick up service from airport

Languages spoken

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Fertility

 
Blastocyst Transfer
Our policy is to transfer all embryos at Blastocyst. The cost of this culture is included in the treatment costs.

Our success rate for transfers at Blastocyst in Donor egg cycles is 70%. 

The day of transfer can either be day 5 or day 6.

This also reduces multiple pregnancies due to the high number of single embryo transfers.

80% of patients also have frozen Blastocyst embryos to freeze for future use.

From €6970
Egg Donation (2 sessions)

In cases where the patient does not produce good quality eggs, usually known as “ovarian failure” or lack of them due to premature menopause, they can resort to egg donation.

In this case a donor is selected with the same physical characteristics and blood group as the patient; the donor undergoes ovarian stimulation and subsequent egg collection.

At the same time the “recipient” patient in a synchronous manner receives a treatment using oral estrogen or transdermal patches to prepare her uterus.

The same day that eggs are retrieved from the donor, they are inseminated with the partner’s sperm and the obtained embryos are left to develop between two and five days in the laboratory.

After which, evolutionary embryos are selected and transferred (usually one or two) to the recipient patient, as is done in a conventional IVF process.

The remaining viable embryos are frozen on the same day, for possible future treatments.

Egg donation is at present the assisted reproduction technique with the best pregnancy rates, exceeding 50% success on many occasions. Our success rate at present is 72%.

Egg donation in Spain is regulated by law and all donations MUST be anonymous.

From €2900
Egg Freezing

This is a technique that is on the rise in recent years. Vitrification of oocytes is a fast freezing procedure with optimum results.

In recent years, the incorporation of women to university and working life, has delayed childbearing. For this and other reasons, motherhood is postponed until it becomes difficult to conceive with their own eggs. Therefore, this technique offers the possibility for young women to preserve their eggs for future use.

Women who have to receive radiotherapy or chemotherapy who wish to become mothers can also benefits from this technique, as it is advisable to preserve their eggs for future use prior to receiving their treatment.

From €2600
Embryo Donation

For couples with reproductive problems where both require donated gametes there is the possibility to adopt embryos from other couples with similar characteristics which significantly reduces treatment costs.

Free
Fertility Specialist Consultation (1 hour )
From €5060
ICSI - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is characterized by the union of an egg and a sperm (fertilization). It is performed in the laboratory, i.e. outside of the womb. This technique requires ovarian stimulation using gonadotropins subcutaneously and ultrasound monitoring. Analytical control of the hormone is always required to assess egg maturity. Ideally 8 -10 mature eggs will be retrieved for a good chance of success.

After a period of about twelve days of treatment, the mature eggs are retrieved and taken into the laboratory. The egg collection will be performed in an operating theatre; the patient will be sedated, and it is performed inserting an ultrasound probe and a fine needle to collect the eggs from the follicles. This process usually takes 10-15 minutes. After which, the patient is discharged and a rest of 24-48 hours is recommended.

Once in the laboratory, the obtained eggs can be inseminated with your partner’s sperm or donor sperm, either conventionally, i.e. putting each egg in a dish along with several thousand sperm and waiting 24 hours until fertilization occurs, or fertilizing each egg using ICSI, a technique that involves injecting an individual sperm through a micropipette into each egg under a special microscope. Currently, some centers have a new microscope that allows this technique to be performed with much higher magnification, being much more precise in the selection and injection of sperm, it is called IMSI.

Once the egg and sperm are fertilized, it is now called an embryo which is left to grow in special culture media, usually for three days following a rigorous process of observation of their morphology and cell number. Not all embryos develop normally, some stop growing (cell block) and must be discarded.

In some cases the embryo is left to grow up to six days (blastocyst stage) in order to select more rigorously their morphology and decide which are most likely to implant in the uterus

From €5060
IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is characterized by the union of an egg and a sperm (fertilization). It is performed in the laboratory, i.e. outside of the womb. This technique requires ovarian stimulation using gonadotropins subcutaneously and ultrasound monitoring. Analytical control of the hormone is always required to assess egg maturity. Ideally 8 -10 mature eggs will be retrieved for a good chance of success.

After a period of about twelve days of treatment, the mature eggs are retrieved and taken into the laboratory. The egg collection will be performed in an operating theatre; the patient will be sedated, and it is performed inserting an ultrasound probe and a fine needle to collect the eggs from the follicles. This process usually takes 10-15 minutes. After which, the patient is discharged and a rest of 24-48 hours is recommended.

Once in the laboratory, the obtained eggs can be inseminated with your partner’s sperm or donor sperm, either conventionally, i.e. putting each egg in a dish along with several thousand sperm and waiting 24 hours until fertilization occurs, or fertilizing each egg using ICSI, a technique that involves injecting an individual sperm through a micropipette into each egg under a special microscope. Currently, some centers have a new microscope that allows this technique to be performed with much higher magnification, being much more precise in the selection and injection of sperm, it is called IMSI.

Once the egg and sperm are fertilized, it is now called an embryo which is left to grow in special culture media, usually for three days following a rigorous process of observation of their morphology and cell number. Not all embryos develop normally, some stop growing (cell block) and must be discarded.

In some cases the embryo is left to grow up to six days (blastocyst stage) in order to select more rigorously their morphology and decide which are most likely to implant in the uterus

From €6970
IVF with Donor Eggs
 
Surgical Sperm Retrieval

In some types of azoospermia in which no sperm is found in the ejaculate or vasectomized patients, there are ways to retrieve sperm for use in an IVF cycle. These techniques can be performed at two levels as indicated by the physician.

Acupuncture

 
Acupuncturist Consultation

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Private Patients Welcome

Dr Enrique Criado

Job Title:
  Practice Director
Specialisations:
  Embryology, Fertility Medicine
Languages:
  English, Italian, Spanish

Miss Michelle Wood

Job Title:
  International Patient Coordinator
Specialisations:
  Fertility Medicine, Gynaecology
Languages:
  English, Spanish

Miss Cristina Gonzalez

Job Title:
  Aesthetic Medicine Physician
Specialisations:
  Embryology, Fertility Medicine
Languages:
  English, Italian, Spanish

Miss Adelaida Gonzalez

Job Title:
  Staff Nurse
Specialisations:
  Fertility Medicine
Languages:
  Italian, Spanish

Dr Daniel Sosa

Job Title:
  Consultant
Specialisations:
  Fertility Medicine, Gynaecology
Languages:
  English, Italian, Spanish

Dr Angela Forero

Job Title:
  Consultant
Specialisations:
  Fertility Medicine, Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Languages:
  English, Spanish

Dr Juan Luis Lima

Job Title:
  Doctor
Specialisations:
  Anaesthesiology

Miss Hind Hnaina

Job Title:
  International Patient Coordinator
Specialisations:
  Fertility Medicine
Languages:
  English, French, Arabic
Show Phone NumberAvenida Severo Ochoa 67, Marbella, Malaga, 29603