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Fertility Treatment

Fertility Treatment

1.In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)2.Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)3.Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)4.Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)5.Male Inf

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Overview
NTUH has been using Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) since 1987 to help couples achieve their dream of having a healthy child. In 1989, the first IVF baby using frozen embryos was born in Taiwan. Our pregnancy and live birth success rates are above the world average. Our fertility specialists participate in national and international medical conferences regularly, and master and incorporate the latest evidence-based papers in national and international journals regarding fertility in order to provide couples with the best and safest treatment.

The Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center focuses on innovative research and treatment, and has also completed several outstanding clinical research projects, which have been published in world-class medical journals.
Features

1.  In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
The most appropriate method for ovarian stimulation is chosen, and egg growth is monitored. Oocyte retrieval is performed through trans-vaginal ultrasound guidance and combined with the sperm in a laboratory dish. The fertilized egg is cultured for 2–5 days in a growth medium and is then transferred to uterus.

2.  Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
PGD is a technique that can be used in conjunction with IVF, testing embryos for genetic disorders with PGD prior to their transfer to the uterus. PGD makes it possible for couples with specific genetic disorders to decrease the risk of having a child with the same disorder.

3.  Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
The most appropriate method for ovarian stimulation is chosen, and egg growth is monitored. At the time of ovulation, the washed and concentrated sperm are then injected directly into the uterus, increasing the likelihood of conception.  

4.  Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
ICSI has been effectively used to treat infertile couples with sever semen abnormalities. Our team developed the method of dissecting a sperm tail at the tip, which is easily and quickly performed and does not damage the centrosome of the sperm.

5.  Male Infertility Treatment
Among all cases of infertility, about 30 percent can be traced to factors involving the male. Male infertility can be verified by semen analysis, the level of hormone in the blood, and other examinations, and in cooperation with a urologist, male infertility can be treated.

6.  Fertility Preservation
    Our team has much experience in both the conventional slow freezing method and vitrification, which can be applied to freeze oocytes, zygotes, cleaving embryos, blastocysts, and ovarian tissues for use later in life. Women who wish to defer pregnancy or who stand to lose ovarian function due to surgery, chemotherapy, or radiotherapy, may maintain their fertility via oocyte or ovarian tissue cryopreservation.
Collaboration Options
  1. Medical personel training
  2. Patients' referral
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