All processes in the human body are closely related. Reproduction issues are no exception. Difficulties with conception are far from being exclusively related to the function of the reproductive organs. Infertility can be caused by genetic factors, hormonal disorders, somatic diseases. Sometimes these disorders, not being the main cause of infertility though, can significantly reduce the effectiveness of assisted reproductive technologies.
CG-IVF follows the ‘under-one-roof-services’ approach, in which connection the Clinic employs related specialists that treat chronic, inflammatory, genetic, endocrine and infectious diseases, cervical pathology, etc.
Specialists of the polyclinic department help patients to come closer to achievement of the desired result – a pregnancy. Moreover, they extensively prepare patients for its bearing, making this responsible process safe and monitorable.
The polyclinic department provides consultations by an endocrinologist, a general practitioner, a geneticist, an oncogynecologist, a breast specialist, a gastroenterologist-endoscopist, an otolaryngologist, as well as prenatal genetic ultrasound / Doppler sonography of a fetus.