Popular Fertility procedures in Iran
Infertility causes and treatments
If you are trying to have a baby but pregnancy doesn’t show up, you may consider that you or your spouse might have a medical problem that needs to be checked out. Specialists call it “infertility” when you don’t get pregnant after a year of regular unprotected sex. If you are a woman above 35, infertility means that you don’t become pregnant after 6 months of sex. Infertility can affect both men and women. Before describing infertility treatments, it is good to know why women or men become infertile:
Reasons for infertility in women
Ovulation disorders are the main causes of female infertility, for which ovulation induction treatments might help fix the problem. Other causes can be:
- Blocked fallopian tubes which are caused by endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, or surgery for an ectopic pregnancy,
- Problems with the uterus or cervix
- Uterine fibroids
- Implantation failure
- Problems in the Menstrual cycle
- Failure of an egg to mature properly
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Primary Ovary Insufficiency (POI)
- Primary Ovary Insufficiency (POI)
- Structural problems of the reproductive system
What causes infertility in men?
Male infertility is typically caused by these problems:
- Abnormal sperm production or function
- Problems with the delivery of sperm
- Overexposure to environmental factors
- Damage related to cancer and its treatment
Do infertility treatments work?
When we talk about infertility treatments, there are many men and women who are suspicious and still have doubts about this treatment. But, the fact is that there are many women who have been successful in their pregnancies with the help of infertility treatments. However, the chance of becoming pregnant with infertility treatments is not always 100 percent, but if one treatment did not work for you, we can go to alternative solutions. The good news is that the sooner you start treatment, the bigger the chance of your success will be. Statistics have shown that the success rate of IVF in women below the age of 35 is about 45% while women over 40 have a dramatically lower chance through this process.
Best time to visit a fertility specialist
You normally don’t need to be visited by a doctor about infertility unless you and your partner have been trying regularly to have a baby for at least one year. Women should talk with a doctor earlier, however, if they:
- Are 35 or older and have been trying to conceive for 1 year or longer
- Are over age 40
- Have had multiple miscarriages
- Have irregular or absent periods
- Have very painful periods
- Have been diagnosed with endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease
- Have undergone treatment for cancer
Men should talk to a doctor if they have:
- A low sperm count or other problems with sperm
- A history of testicular, prostate or sexual problems
- Undergone treatment for cancer
- Small testicles or swelling in the scrotum
- Others in your family with infertility problems
The first step in the infertility treatment process
It is mostly recommended that you start with the simplest and least expensive treatments, i.e. medications. If fertility drugs prove ineffective for you, then other options should be considered, including hormone therapy, surgery, and finally Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART), such as IVF and IVM. Opting the most suitable fertility treatment depends on many factors, and it varies from person to person. The definite procedure will be decided by your specialist depending on several factors, including the cause of infertility, your age, results of medical tests, your preferences, etc.
Infertility treatment in Iran
Having a baby always seems like such an easy job. Part of the human life cycle. But when it comes to infertility, every simple thing that is easily reachable for others seems difficult for you. However, you don’t need to be worried anymore. Because here in this post we will get to know Iran as a new destination for infertility treatment. With more than 80 infertility clinics and centers offering advanced infertility treatments, Iran is acting supreme in the region. You can reach the most effective treatment in Iran with reasonable prices through GOMEDIRAN.
Why Iran is a successful and pioneer country in Infertility treatments?
From the religious point of view, Iranian Shiite religious leaders encountered different options for infertility treatments more openly than Sunni countries, where involving a third-party infertility treatment such as sperm donation and egg donation are still rejected. On the other hand, the government is encouraging couples to have more children, because Iran is becoming an old country and the leaders try to postpone this process and keeping Iran as a young country. 20% of Iranian couples have infertility problems. And they are being cured in these clinics. Nowadays, Iran’s fertility clinics provide latest technologies and so many experienced infertility specialists serving infertile couples from different countries.
How much do infertility treatments cost in Iran?
A cycle of IVF in Iran costs around $3,500 on average; it is the medical costs of the procedure including procedure, hospital, medicines, and laboratory tests. It’s obvious someone coming from abroad has some travel costs as well, like flight, accommodation, visa, translator and other costs. IVF package for a cycle in Iran including all medical costs and travel costs is something between $3,500 to $4,500. This is the cost of a high-quality service done by an experienced specialist in a modern hospital of the private sector; it can be done with lower prices but the quality may not be the one patient wants. That’s while the cost of infertility treatments in the US is $12,000, in Canada $10,000-15,000 and Mexico $5,000. Because Iran is a cheap country for travelers, with very reasonable accommodation costs, fertility treatment candidates will not have to spend a lot of money on their treatment in Iran. To get a free price quote for fertility treatments in Iran, feel free to contact us.
Infertility treatment options in Iran
Iran as a leading country in the region is providing infertility treatments to local and international patients. Besides infertility treatments, the centers provide fertility services such as diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. Some of the fertility services and infertility treatments that could be arranged for you in Iran are as follows:
- Male infertility treatment
- Female infertility treatment
- Recurrent miscarriage treatment
- Fetus sex selection
- Endometriosis treatment
- Polycystic ovary syndrome treatment (PCOS)
- Diagnosis and treatment of genetic diseases
- Diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
- Embryology services
- In vitro fertilization (IVF)
- In vitro maturation (IVM)
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- Blastocyst culturing
- Egg and sperm donation
- Egg and ovarian cortex freezing
- Ovulation Induction (OI)
- Microdissection TESE (Testicular)
- Reproductive surgery
Infertility treatment centers in Iran
Fortunately, in Iran, we have more than 80 fertility clinics and centers. Iranian fertility centers might be research institutions or affiliated with hospitals. They are located in different cities like Tehran, Mashhad, Shiraz, Yazd, Tabriz, Isfahan, and other cities in Iran. They are prepared to provide services to couples from all around the world and create a bright opportunity of becoming parents for them. Fertility treatments offered by Iranian fertility centers include IVF, IVM, IMSI, ICSI, IUI, microscopic testicular sperm extraction (TESE), ovulation induction, PGD, PGS, egg donation, sperm donation, embryo donation, surrogacy, PCOS treatment, etc. GOMEDIRAN arranges the most suitable infertility clinic for you to receive the most effective treatment. To find out more about the clinics’ services, fees and doctors contact us via messaging platforms or just fill out the form below.
The first step in the infertility treatment process
It is mostly recommended that you start with the simplest and least expensive treatments, i.e. medications. If fertility drugs prove ineffective for you, then other options should be considered, including hormone therapy, surgery, and finally Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART), such as IVF and IVM. Opting for the most suitable fertility treatment depends on many factors, and it varies from person to person. The definite procedure will be decided by your specialist depending on several factors, including the cause of infertility, your age, results of medical tests, your preferences, etc.