Your treatment options for infertility
Involuntary infertility can have many causes, and often, it is a combination of different factors. Our team of experts will recommend the best treatment for your individual situation and accompany you with great knowledge and empathy throughout the treatment process.
At TFP Stork Fertility in Copenhagen, we offer IVF treatment, insemination and egg donation. We have many years of experience in egg donation and a skilled egg donation team to coordinate the process.
In our laboratories we make use of RI Witness, which is a state-of-the-art tracking and monitoring system that keeps your eggs, sperm, and embryos safe.
IVF (in vitro fertilisation) is a method used for assisted fertilisation. In this method, the egg and sperm do not fuse in the woman's body, but in the laboratory in a test tube. This is why the method is also called "in-vitro", which means "in a glass jar".
If you are unsuccessful in getting pregnant in the traditional way, we can carry out an insemination. This involves injecting sperm into the woman's womb. This facilitates the sperm's journey from the vagina through the cervix and onwards.
Microinsemination, also called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), is an advanced form of IVF treatment. In microinsemination, the woman has eggs retrieved, and then a single sperm cell is inserted directly into the woman's egg under a microscope. The method has been used since 1992 and differs from conventional IVF treatment, where eggs are fertilised by adding many sperm cells to each egg.
In some cases, the man's sperm contains no or only a few healthy sperm cells. This is called azoospermia or oligozoospermia/cryptozoospermia. If the sperm does not contain sperm cells, you can often extract the sperm by TESE.
In cases of infertility, hormone treatment can increase the chances of achieving pregnancy. Often, infertility is caused by hormonal imbalances. Although hormonal imbalances can be found in both men and women, it is most often the woman who receives hormone treatment.
If fertilised eggs have been frozen during IVF treatment, they can be used in FER treatment.
A small plastic tube containing the thawed fertilised egg is inserted into the uterus under ultrasound guidance. To start this treatment, call or write to the clinic on the first day of your period.
We are experiencing an increasing demand for egg donation. That's why we have a dedicated egg donation team here at the clinic to coordinate everything around egg donation. This includes those who need egg donation, those who need double donation (i.e. eggs and sperm) or those who wish to donate their eggs to a woman or couple.