Clinic EGV was founded in 1998. For the last 24 years, the clinic’s main goal has been to provide patients with quality and comprehensive reproductive health care and the opportunity to become parents for those diagnosed with infertility. The clinic is proud of its outstanding team of specialists who are able to find a solution to the most complex infertility cases. They also provide advice and share their expertise in the prevention of reproductive health disorders. At EGV, couples, single women, and same-sex female couples are welcome and can easily find a suitable physician for their needs. The clinic treats women up to the age of 55.
IVF and Egg Donation at EGV Clinic in Latvia
The fertility specialists from EGV were the first in Latvia to apply auxiliary reproductive technologies that granted the hope of childbirth in cases of infertility that were previously considered not promising. They perform minimally-invasive gynecological and urologic surgeries if the patient’s case requires such treatment. The doctors work with the very latest ultrasound technology and bespoke gynecological chairs that give the woman control over the examination.
What’s more, they have a unique embryologist’s workstation that has a special silver coating to ensure an antibacterial work environment. The latest generation laminar – to obtain and process eggs – protects genetic material and the embryologist with a special air flow. This offers optimum conditions for eggs to be obtained.
Couples who deal with infertility with a male factor will be interested to learn that Clinic EGV has Latvia’s first andrology centre. They offer a unique approach to treating male infertility. Experts apply various methods of examining men’s genitals; they also offer minimally-invasive urological surgeries, surgical treatment of male infertility – TESE, PESA, micro TESE, MESA, recanalization of the ejaculatory duct after vasectomy, and vaso-epididymal anastomosis. The surgical treatment of male infertility is done with the help of the latest generation surgery microscope SOM62. At Clinic EGV, they are experts at maximally reducing the risk of complications that can traumatise virile health.
Patients interested in donor sperm should know that the first sperm bank in Latvia was established in the Clinic EGV. Today they are still dominating in the treatment of fertility disorders and medicinal fertility by utilizing the latest technologies and tools. The clinic adheres to requirements governing Europe’s best medical institutions. Clinic EGV holds the international ISO 9001 certificate that ensures strict compliance with diagnostics and treatment standards.
Medical Team at Clinic EGV
The vast experience of the IVF doctors working at EGV allows them to be confident about the result even in the most complex patient cases. Dr. Zane Vitina, the CEO of the clinic and practising gynecologist-reproductologist, has experience of 20 years. Other gynecologists at EGV have been working in the field for 13 to 27 years. Such vast experience means you will be in safe hands when being treated at EGV. The doctors and coordinators speak fluent English, Russian, and Latvian so you won’t have trouble communicating if you are a native speaker of one of these languages.
EGV Clinic Reviews
Patients have reviewed EGV Clinic on Google Business Reviews. Check some of their opinions:
“Top level service. All staff are very kind and professional. Easy 5 stars ☆☆☆☆☆”
Reviewed by Ligita Dambite
“Very professional staff and modern equipment. Kind and positive attitude. Many thanks to the whole team!”
Reviewed by Kitija Jerlovica
If you are searching for an IVF clinic with specialists with over 15 years and experts in treating male infertility, Clinic EGV can be a clinic for you. Get in touch with them to see how they can help you.
Presented statistics don't include any frozen embryo transfers within an IVF cycle. Be aware of treatment costs as some clinics include frozen embryo transfers in their statistics and FET may not be included in program cost.
How are the success rates calculated?
Fresh donor eggs
single IVF cycle success rate per embryo transfer:
Frozen donor eggs
single IVF cycle success rate per embryo transfer:
Average number of embryos transferred per embryo transfer
The higher number of embryos the higher risk of multiple pregnancy:
Preferred embryo transfer day
day 3 (cleavage) or day 5 (blastocyst):
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Fresh donor oocytes were used for fertilization with donor or partner's sperm.
Frozen donor eggs Donor oocytes from egg bank were thawed before fertilization with donor or partner's sperm.
Note: As statistics shown in various sources (ESHRE, SART) on average the value of success rate when using frozen eggs may be 10% lower than with fresh eggs.
Embryo transfer day and number of embryos
Embryo transfer day Many clinics prefer to transfer embryos on day 5 at the blastocyst stage as it may lead to better outcomes of an IVF program.
Number of embryos to transfer International and national medical organizations including ASRM, SART and ESHRE discourage the transfer of a large number of embryos because of the increased likelihood of multiple-fetus pregnancies. Multiple-fetus pregnancies, in turn, increase the probability of premature births and related health problems.
Worth to know:
We encourage IVF Clinics to present success rates per cycle rather than per patient. We also ask clinics not to include any frozen embryo transfers in success rates calculation.
Please bear in mind that including frozen embryo transfers (FET) in statistics may increase the overall value of success rates - however at the same time it will increase the cost of the IVF treatment. IVF Clinics usually do not include frozen embryo transfer costs in their programs. That means that if you have any embryos left - the treatment will cost you more than advertised by the clinic.
IVF Success Rates
The way IVF success rates are calculated may vary from clinic to clinic. Calculating and presenting success rates by clinics is a common "communication" issue as clinics try to advertise the best values on their websites.
IVF success rates are usually calculated as a percentage of clinical pregnancies dividing the number of favorable results such as number clinical pregnancies by the number of procedures performed such as a number of embryo transfers, according to the following formula:
"number of pregnancies or number of live births / number of embryo transfers"
You should be aware that the success of IVF treatment is the sum of different factors and circumstances, only few of which depend on the clinic itself. The latter are surely the experience and professionalism of the medical staff as well as offered IVF treatments that allow particular types of patients (with either lower or higher chances of a successful pregnancy).
However, in majority of cases it is your individual situation, condition and medical history that influence the result of the treatment. Your age, genetic factors or various reasons for infertility play a crucial role in determining the IVF success.
Contact in person the clinics you’re interested in and discuss your own perspectives on IVF success instead of studying success rates advertised on clinic's websites.
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The "Additional costs" mean that there are additional costs to cover on top of the advertised program price. You may find these costs in the "Included in program and additional costs" tab below.
Popup - Basic guarantees:
Guarantees refer to number of donor eggs (oocytes) included in the program, number of embryos which are guaranteed on day 3 or day 5 at the blastocyst stage.
When the clinic offers an embryo guarantee, the basic requirement is good quality partner’s sperm. Usually IVF clinics use WHO standards to assess the sperm parameters. If this is the case, make sure you ask the clinic which particular standards are being applied and what parameters are taken into account. Some fertility clinics apply their own standards. Make sure you ask what happens, if despite good sperm parameters, you will not receive the guaranteed number of embryos.
What does it mean?
Here you will find all the options that are included in the program and those that are necessary to carry out the IVF program but at an additional cost.
All procedures/services which are not included have additional costs that you will have to cover apart from the costs of the Program.
What does it mean?
Other procedures and services that are possible to perform at the Clinic at additional cost.
Remember the decision to use medical services should be made after consulting your doctor.
Refund based on outcome
IVF Refund Program is a term used for financial IVF programs. They give the patient access to two or three IVF cycles for one payment. Usually fresh embryo transfers and extra frozen embryo transfers are included in the price.
A multi-cycle IVF refund program means that the treatment continues until the desired result. It may refer to either clinical pregnancy or a live birth – or until all of the program’s cycles are completed. If the IVF program ends successfully, the clinic will not return your money. However, if you don’t achieve your goal, you can count on a partial or full refund of the costs.
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