If you have any questions about our services, please do not hesitate to contact us.
You should feel welcome when you enter the clinic. We are constantly thinking about the services we offer and how we can give you the best experience at TFP Danfert Fertility. It is important to us that you feel you know us and recognise the staff you meet when you come for treatment.
We know that waiting time can be a difficult factor when you have made up your mind and want to get started. That's why we've done everything we can to minimise waiting times.
Cryopreservation is a special process that allows cells and tissues to be stored for a long time (blastocysts max. 5 years) for later use. Cells and tissues are frozen and stored at minus 196 degrees Celsius in liquid nitrogen. The name for this technique comes from the ancient Greek word "cryos," meaning "cold".
While embryos are usually transferred anytime between day two and day five as part of IVF or ICSI, pregnancy rates may be improved if they are left in the incubator to develop to their blastocyst stage, when they are five or six days old. A blastocyst has many more cells than an embryo and, because of its longer development, may well be more viable for transfer and pregnancy.
Fertility treatment can be really tough. Most patients have their focus on the physical side effects in the beginning. However, most often the emotional challenges dominate the everyday life.
If a pregnancy has not been achieved naturally so far, a semen analysis can show the state of the man's sperm quality. Semen analysis is available to our patients free of charge at the gynaecology clinic. Contact us for a referral.