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Therapy Process

Reasons for Childlessness

In no way does infertility affect women only. In 30% of the childless couples, both partners are equally responsible for this situation. In 5 to 10% of the cases, one cannot dermine where the cause of infertility lies. In such cases, doctors talk about a so-called idiopathic infertility which causes can presumably ......

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Fertility Test

We invest a great amount of time in the first discussion! If possible, both partners should be attending. The past history of your wish to have a child, your medical records and the ones of your partner are important for us. We check all what you have undertaken so far. We need these information in order to define .....

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Treatment Costs

In Switzerland, fertility therapies are being covered by the health insurance for a year and per pregnancy at the most. The overall costs for a fertilisation outside of the body (IVF or ICSI) are not covered by the health insurance. The health insurace covers 3 inseminations with the partner's.......

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General recommendation

No medicine intake without consulting a doctor. No cigarettes, 1 dl of wine per day at the most. Intake of folic acid vitamin during the first 3 months. No sauna, no sports where the stomach could be exposed to a hit (skiing for instance).....

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Fertility Treatment – Your Questions

Deserve an Answer. Here is a list of some frequently asked questions about our fertility treatments. Please feel free to get in touch with us in case you wouldn't find the answer you are looking for or to book an appointment for you and your partner.

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Longing for a Child

Perspectives and Options

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Seven out of ten couples can be helped.

Based on the reasons of the childlessness and your personal wishes, we find the best form of treatment which is also ethically acceptable for you. 


Often, a medicamentous therapy is sufficient. But modern therapies asking for a greater investment, such as artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) can be suitable, depending on the result, in order to induce a pregnancy.

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