Assisting Nature IVF Clinic officially started in 2013 implementing the experience of many years of activity in the Field of Reproduction. We collected extremely talented people for every single position and created a world class Embryology Lab and Research Center. From the beginning of Assisting Nature, we knew and experienced that the In Vitro Fertilization treatment using donor eggs is a more complex and difficult process. While 2 women are treated at the same time, it is the donor patient that is young, healthy and innocent that takes a risk of all possible complications.
We are not a Unit with a mass egg production. Our concept is to offer you our donor with her eggs and not eggs of somebody.
After many years of experience in donation program we strongly support the idea of anonymity of donor and recipient patient. This model protects both parties while the IVF Unit holds the responsibility.
You can rely on our experience and devotion…
While checking feedback from patients who have already been treated in Assisting Nature IVF & Genetics, most, if not all, would tell you that we are motivated in what we do, well organised and that the entire process is comfortable, easy and stress free.view more
To become an egg donor is not an easy task. The treatment is rather time consuming, physically slightly uncomfortable and not entirely risk-free. In other words, egg donation requires substantial motivation and commitment on the part of the donor.view more
Responding to our patients’ need for egg donation, we offer the following innovative packages of our services…view more
Although childbearing seems a very simple reproduction process, one out of six couples faces difficulties conceiving naturally. At this point, the team of Assisting Nature intervenes by initially seeking the cause of the problem without exploiting the couples’ desire for a baby.view more
One of the most rewarding gifts that you can give is the gift of life. Assisting Nature IVF Unit’s Egg Donor program has been created specifically for that purpose and is here to facilitate the matching process between egg donors and recipient couples.view more