IVF Treatment in Mexico is a choice more and more Americans and Canadians are making to receive considerable savings on the costs at home.
IVF (in vitro fertilization) is a form of assisted reproductive technology (ART), or fertility treatment, which involves combining eggs and sperm to fertilization outside the body, and then placing it in the uterus if any embryo forms.
When you consider that, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the average cost of one IVF cycle in the US is more than $12,400, it is little wonder that people are looking to save costs.
IVF is complex, and something not to be undertaken lightly. There is no guarantee that it will be effective, and it may take several cycles before a pregnancy results. Success rates vary from clinic to clinic in the US and Canada, as well as Mexico, but traveling abroad doesn’t make the process any riskier. In fact, in some instances it may actually help to relax by being on holiday.
Most people look to Mexico for IVF treatment because of the costs – the savings are, on average, around 60% less than at home.
· Mexico is convenient for North American’s to travel to. Short-haul flights rather than long-haul also help to keep costs down.
· Mexico has dozens of destinations specialized in medical tourism, including Cancun, that is establishing itself as a leader in reproductive medicine.
· There are many hospitals throughout the country which are equivalent to international standards, as well as Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited facilities. One of the most prestigious, internationally-recognised accreditation schemes, the JCI demonstrates high and exacting quality standards in health and safety to institutions awarded with it.
· We background-check our doctors and clinics so you are assured of a quality-checked service with suitably-qualified, experienced doctors at clinics that adhere to international health and safety standards.
You will need to spend between 7 and 10 days in Mexico for your IVF treatment, in order to complete the five steps needed in the treatment cycle.
Medication is given to stimulate egg production, with blood tests and ultrasounds taken to monitor the ovaries for development of eggs.
2: Egg Collection
A minor surgical procedure is used to collect the eggs.
3: Sperm Collection
A sperm sample is collected from the male
4: Combine sperm and eggs in the laboratory
This process is called insemination, after which the combined eggs and sperm are stored under ideal lab conditions to encourage fertilization. The eggs are monitored closely for signs of cell division, when fertilization is deemed to have occurred.
5: Fertilized eggs, now called embryos, are transferred to the uterus 3-5 days after fertilization.
Costs are, on average, $12,500 in the United States, compared to $3,500 in Mexico.
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