Reproductive Medicine / Fertility Clinics in Malaysia

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Egg Donation

Embryo Freezing

Fertility Specialist Consultation

Fertility Test

Frozen Embryo Annual Storage

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)

Frozen Sperm Annual Storage

Hormone Tests

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Consultation

Infertility Treatment

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Ovulation Induction

Semen Analysis

Sperm Collection

Sperm Donation

Sperm Freezing

Testicular Biopsy Examination (TESE)

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESA)

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Anti-Sperm Antibodies Test

from RM 75 Enquire

Artificial Insemination + More

from RM 950 Enquire
OVERVIEW
Artificial insemination is the deliberate introduction of sperm to the uterus of a woman with the specific aim of causing a pregnancy.

Recommended for
Artificial insemination can help women who have had difficulty conceiving through intercourse and whose partners have been shown to have low-motility sperm, a low sperm count or other fertility issues.

Artificial insemination is also an option for women suffering with endometriosis or any abnormalities in their reproductive organs.

TIME REQUIREMENTS
Average length of stay abroad 1 - 2 days.
Number of trips abroad needed 1

BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
Before insemination, the doctor will conduct a number of tests to monitor the patient's uterus and pinpoint the time when conception is most likely. If using partner sperm, the partner will be asked to provide a semen sample when the woman is ovulating. Most doctors will ask that the man abstains from sex or masturbation for between 2 and 5 days ahead of the procedure to improve sperm count. The sample is "washed" or processed in a laboratory, which aims to portion out the healthiest sperm for use in the process. If using donor sperm, the artificial insemination will be done when the woman is ovulating, using thawed sperm or fresh donor sperm.

HOW IS IT PERFORMED
The processed sperm are placed in a catheter and introduced manually into the vaginal canal, in a manner similar to a pap smear. After insemination, the woman should lie down for up to an hour, to increase the chance of a successful conception.

PROCEDURE DURATION
The Artificial Insemination takes 2 to 2 hours.
Possible discomfort
Some women experience some minor cramping and some spotting.

GOOD TO KNOW
Success rates
Success rates vary, and are dependent on a number of factors, primarily egg and sperm quality, but also presence of endometriosis, age, and general health.

Not Recommended for
Women with severe fertility difficulties, women over the age of 35.

Egg Freezing + More

from RM 900 Enquire
OVERVIEW
Egg freezing is the process of harvesting and freezing a number of matured female eggs for use in future IVF procedures.

Recommended for
Egg freezing is recommended for women looking to preserve their healthiest eggs for a pregnancy at a later date, or who are undergoing treatment which threatens their fertility (like chemotherapy.)

TIME REQUIREMENTS
Average length of stay abroad 2 - 4 weeks.
As the process around ovary stimulation can take several weeks, it is best to discuss the logistical practicalities with your physician.

Number of trips abroad needed 1

BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
As with IVF, the patient takes a drug to suppress the natural menstrual cycle. This can be administered by the patient, as a daily injection or a nasal spray, and lasts for around 2 weeks. After that, the woman begins using a follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) which is in the form of a daily injection. This hormone increases the number of eggs produced by the ovaries, and the clinic will monitor the progress. This stage usually lasts 10 to 12 days. Around 34 to 38 hours before the eggs are due to be collected, there will be a final hormone injection which stimulates the eggs to mature.

HOW IS IT PERFORMED
The eggs are slowly frozen down to -196°C where they are stored in an anti-freeze solution to prevent the corruption of genetic material.
Possible discomfort
Patients undergoing hormone therapy are likely to encounter swollen and sensitive breasts and emotional sensitivity.

GOOD TO KNOW
Success rates
Progress in egg freezing technology has seen an improvement to successfully thawing frozen eggs with the genetic material intact. However, the success conceiving from frozen eggs depends on a number of other factors, similar to those for traditional IVF.

Not Recommended for
Women over the age of 35.

Embryo Banking / Embyro Cryopreservation + More

from RM 900 Enquire
OVERVIEW
Embryo cryopreservation is the freezing of embryos for use in future. This can be done when an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle produces more embryos than can be implanted into the uterus at one time. Frozen embryos can be thawed at a later date and implanted into the uterus. These embryos are believed to have the same success rate as fresh embryos.

RECOMMENDED FOR
Embryo cryopreservation is often recommended for people having IVF treatment. It means that if required, future cycles of IVF will take less time, as the eggs have already been retrieved and fertilized.
Average length of stay abroad: 4 - 6 weeks
Usually embryo cryopreservation is done following IVF treatment. It takes several weeks for the woman's natural cycle to be suppressed, the egg stimulation, egg retrieval, egg fertilization, and embryo cultivation to take place.

HOW IS IT PERFORMED
Embryos are slowly frozen down to -196°C where they are stored in an antifreeze solution to prevent the corruption of genetic material.
The embryos are later thawed ready for implantation. The embryos are sometimes used after the mother has given birth, and wants more children, or in cases where the first treatment is unsuccessful.

Embryo Transfer + More

from RM 3,000 Enquire
OVERVIEW
Embryo transfer is the process of transferring an embryo (a fertilized egg) into the uterus in order to establish a pregnancy. This can be during an IVF cycle (the final stage), using embryos which have been cryopreserved, or with fresh or cryopreserved donated embryos.

TIME REQUIREMENTS
Number of days in hospital 1
Overnight stay not required.

Average length of stay abroad 1 weeks
The fertility specialist may first provide medication to prepare the lining of the uterus to receive the embryo.

Number of trips abroad needed 1

BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
Hormone treatment may be given ahead of embryo transfer to prepare the lining of the uterus. The lining thickens ready for the embryo to implant.

Depending on the patients history, the specialist will decide how many embryos to implant. This is usually 1 or 2, but in special cases where previous IVF attempts have failed, they may implant 3 embryos. With more embryos, there is a higher risk of multiple pregnancies which carry more risks than single pregnancies.

HOW IS IT PERFORMED
The embryo is transferred through the cervix. This is usually straight forward and relatively painless. The vagina is opened using a speculum, and then a catheter (a narrow tube) is passed through the cervix into the uterus using ultrasound guidance. The embryo or embryos are delivered through the tube into the womb.
Possible discomfort
Patients may feel a small amount of discomfort as a result of the speculum and catheter, but this shouldn't cause any lasting pain.

GOOD TO KNOW
Success rates
The success rates for embryo transfer are very similar for both frozen (then thawed) embryos and fresh embryos. A recent report found that pregnancy was achieved, on average, in just under 30% of all IVF cycles, with live births in slightly less than 25% of all cycles. However this figure varies substantially - a woman under 35 years old who has IVF has about a 40% chance of having a baby, whereas a woman over 40 has an 11.5% chance.

Fertility Specialist Consultation

RM 100 - RM 200 Enquire

Hormone Tests

RM 36 - RM 62 Enquire

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Ovulation Induction + More

RM 350 - RM 1,500 Enquire
This package includes all blood tests, ultrasound scans, doctors, nurses and laboratory services you may use during the cycle.

Semen Analysis + More

from RM 100 Enquire
Sperm Count , Spermiogram , Male Fertility Testing

Sperm Banking + More

RM 400 - RM 600 Enquire
Semen Cryopreservation , Sperm Banking

Sperm Collection + More

from RM 2,250 Enquire
Surgical Sperm Retrieval , Testicular Biopsy for Sperm

Sperm Freezing Annual Maintenance

from RM 600 Enquire

Thawed Embryo Transfer

from RM 3,000 Enquire

​In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) + More

from RM 17,250 Enquire
OVERVIEW
​In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the process in which a woman's ovum (eggs) are fertilized outside of the body before being placed into the uterus, in order to increase the chances of having a successful pregnancy. ​IVF is used for patients who have had difficulty conceiving a child naturally. Infertility problems can be a caused by endometriosis, low sperm count, problems with ovulation, or problems with the fallopian tubes or uterus.

The process begins with hormone injections to stimulate the production of multiple eggs, instead of the usual one per month. The eggs mature, and are ​then removed from the woman's ovary​ in ​a process called egg retrieval. This is often performed under sedation with a needle, and can cause some discomfort afterwards.

Doctors will usually retrieve between ​5​ and 30 eggs. Sometimes an egg donor may provide the eggs for IVF. The sperm used for fertilization can be from a partner or from a sperm donor. The eggs are fertilized outside of the body, and then carefully selected embryos are placed into the uterus.

Recommended for
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is recommended in cases where there are difficulties conceiving naturally. This can be due to problems with male fertility (decreased sperm count or low motility), or problems with female fertility, for example damaged or blocked fallopian tubes or ovulation disorders.

IVF is recommended as an option when there is reasonable chance of success. Candidates should have a healthy weight and a healthy uterus. The chances of success reduce with age, but the oldest woman to successfully have a baby with IVF was 66 years old.

TIME REQUIREMENTS
Average length of stay abroad 2 - 3 weeks.
The time needed abroad will depend on the treatment plan, and whether any of the stages of IVF can be done at home. Patients may also begin treatment and then return home or go travelling for several days. Patients are able to fly as soon as the embryo or embryos have been transferred.

Number of trips abroad needed 1

BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
The IVF cycle begins with a drug to suppress the natural menstrual cycle. This can be administered by the patient, as a daily injection or a nasal spray, and lasts for around 2 weeks. After that, the woman begins using a follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) which is in the form of a daily injection. This hormone increases the number of eggs produced by the ovaries, and the clinic will monitor the progress. This stage usually lasts 10 to 12 days. Around 34 to 38 hours before the eggs are due to be collected, there will be a final hormone injection which stimulates the eggs to mature.

HOW IS IT PERFORMED
The eggs are collected from the ovaries using a needle with ultrasound guidance, usually while the patient is sedated. The woman is then given hormones to prepare the lining of the uterus for the embryo. The collected eggs are then fertilized in the laboratory and are usually allowed to mature for 1 to 5 days. Once matured, there are usually between 1 and 2 embryos that are chosen for implantation.

AFTER YOUR TREATMENT
Post procedure care
Patients will need to wait for around 9 to 12 days before pregnancy can be detected. If the test is done earlier than this, the results may not be accurate.

Possible discomfort
Possible hot flushes, mood swings, headaches, nausea, pelvic pain or bloating.

GOOD TO KNOW
Success rates
It is difficult to give an exact success rate for IVF, as it depends on a number of factors, including the age of the patient and the underlying fertility issues. A recent report found that pregnancy was achieved, on average, in just under 30% of all IVF cycles, with live births in slightly less than 25% of all cycles. However this figure varies substantially - a woman under 35 years old who has IVF has about a 40% chance of having a baby, whereas a woman over 40 has an 11.5% chance.

Not Recommended for
Patients over 45 (success rates are significantly reduced over 40)
Patients with congenital or developed uterine abnormalities which prevent the embryo from implanting
Potential risks
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Multiple births
Ectopic pregnancy
Miscarriage

​In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Consultation

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