What Is Reproduced Medical Assistance?

ART is when egg cells are fertilized in a special laboratory with male sperm ICSI method. Successful embryos are transferred to the female uterus to begin growth, as in a normal pregnancy.

When is ART necessary?

ART has been developed to assist women with damaged or blocked fallopian tubes, placing embryos directly in the uterus to overlook the damaged part. This method is the appropriate treatment in cases where the cause of infertility or in some cases of male infertility is unknown.

What is the ART process?

ART is divided into five main phases – egg cell production, egg cell production monitoring, egg cell recovery, embryo digestion and transfer.

Eggs Producing

The first step to stiumlate the eggs its going thorugh medicaments.

Monitoring eggs production

Our doctors and technicians regularly use ultra-sound scanning and blood tests to monitor the production of egg cells. Once the strains surrounding the egg cells are of the appropriate size, the medicines provide for the growth of egg cells and prepare for the collection of egg cells.

Egg cell regeneration

Egg cells are harvested using ultra-vaginal sound under local anesthetic. Egg cells are evaluated and placed in the incubator for fertilization.


On the same day, your partner will submit a sperm sample where the most mobile cells to be blended with egg cells are selected. Then, incubated overnight, to check in the morning by the medical staff for signs of fertilization.

Embryo transfer

After fertilization, with a simple procedure that does not require sedative and anesthetic, the best embryos are placed in the female uterus.

ART Services

American Clinic with the most modern reproduction medical assisted laboratory offers embryological and andrological medical services that include:


treatment of aspirated follicles until their joining with the sperm


(identification and selection of embryos based on their morphological quality), treatment at bllastocyst stage (laser zoning)


(embryo transfer)


(intrauterine implantation), oocyte preservation, day 1, 2, 3 embryos as well as day 5 blastocyst with the most contemporary method Vitrification with KITAZATED technique with their survival over 90%

While in andrology includes:

spermogram analysis (their identification by morphology, number, mobility, viscosity, agglutination etc.), fever of spermatozoa (with closed-type technique)


(pre-implantation of genetic abnormalities including chromosomes 13,18,21, cases with aneuploidy and many other abnormal abnormalities), Caryotype (blood identification for any chromosomal and structural changes in the individual)


(percutaneous aspiration of epidemics)


(testicular seminal test of sperm-surgical procedure in men with obstructive and non-obstructive azospasm)