Nature has perfected its selection method for the right egg in a single cycle to such an extent that it makes sense to rely on it.
Trusting in nature makes sense.
The early 21st century in particular is characterised by a return to natural processes. Traditional European herbal medicine, Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine and homeopathy are all enjoying a renaissance. In this context, a trend for natural remedies, at least as a first option, is becoming increasingly apparent, with conventional medicine only being brought into the equation where natural approaches fail.
From the perspective of the patient/the couple, this means:
The selection process is limited to a single egg that determines success or failure of the treatment. This may also mean that several attempts are necessary to achieve a pregnancy.
For KIWI, this means that we try to make concessions in terms of price to help couples finance a greater number of attempts.
Couples are free to switch to the IVF Active programme at any time.
The ideal patient is younger than 35 and has normal ovarian reserve levels (AMH).
For patients over 35, IVF Pure is a possible second-line therapy if the ovaries (no longer) respond to hormones (IVF Active) to develop more than one egg.
With the active use of hormones, all eggs in a treatment cycle may be brought to maturation. Instead of allowing the random, natural selection of a single egg, all eggs in the petri dish are given the opportunity to prove themselves.
The number of good embryos in the mammalian system is connected to the number of nipples in the female. Twins, for instance, usually account for 5% of all spontaneous conceptions, with single pregnancies being the norm.
By using hormones, any number of recruited egg cells may be brought to maturation.
Hormones may be subtly dosed and show a direct dose-to-effect relationship. They are administered via subcutaneous injection in a simple, safe procedure. Even couples with a “needle phobia” usually find the process straightforward and safe after having tried it once.
Benefits from the perspective of the patient/couple: