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Your way to a healthy baby!
Your way to a healthy baby!

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Happy Līgo Holidays!

Dear patients, iVF Riga Clinic wishes You Happy Līgo Holidays!
(Latvian anniversary festival, which celebrates the summer solstice)

We want to inform you about changes in iVF Riga Clinic opening hours on holidays: Friday, 23 June – closed; Saturday, 24 June – closed; Sunday, 25 June – closed.
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Our Genetic Center would like to inform: the number of embryos examined for the presence of genetic abnormalities: 1037
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On 2 October 2014, the official award ceremony for the winners of the competition 2014 Quality Award for Latvian Health Care Centres (Latvijas ārstniecības iestāžu kvalitātes balva 2014) was held at Riga Stradiņš University.
We are happy and proud to announce that the clinic iVF Riga has received the prestigious award in the category Health Centre (Veselības centrs). Having proven once again the highest quality of the services provided, the clinic iVF Riga confirms and continues to demonstrate its leading position among IVF clinics to patients. We can state with confidence that are ready to keep our commitment to this high standard!
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Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) by aCGH

Within the IVF cycle, iVF Riga clinic offers unique examinations of embryos before their transfer to the uterus: preimplantation genetic screening by microarray-based comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH). This method provides high accuracy for the identification of chromosomal abnormalities prior to embryo transfer and implantation. In the near future, genetic analysis will allow for obtaining positive IVF results in the first cycle, eliminating failed attempts and termination of pregnancy after embryo implantation.

Indications

High risk of the development of aneuploid embryos (with altered chromosome number) in case of parents with normal somatic karyotype:

Women over 37 years
Women over 35 years, if good morphology embryos develop, but pregnancy fails to occur
Infertility of unexplained etiology in young couples
Two or more unsuccessful IVF cycles (transfer of five or more embryos)
A history of two or more spontaneous abortions (including the missed abortion)
Decreased sperm quality of the partner (oligoasthenoteratozoospermia, severe oligozoospermia or azoospermia, poor sperm morphology, high DNA fragmentation)

In case of altered karyotype in parents (one or both) or if there is a high risk of passing a genetic disorder to the child:

One or both parents are carriers of balanced chromosomal aberrations (Robertsonian or reciprocal translocations)
Male infertility factor associated with AZF microdeletions (Y-chromosome)
One or both parents are carriers of X-chromosome mutation (risk of development of e.g. Duchenne/Becker muscular dystrophy, fragile X chromosome syndrome, haemophilia and other disorders)
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Стань донором яйцеклеток!
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Kļūsti par olšūnu donoru!
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