At IMF we have long hours to adjust to your needs, ask us for an appointment and if you have medical reports, or diagnostic tests performed previously, it is convenient that you bring them to the first consultation.

If you live outside of Madrid or Barcelona, ​​it is preferable that you send us your reports or analytical results by email or fax prior to the day of consultation, if any other test is necessary we will indicate it in advance, thus avoiding unnecessary trips.



Assessment and diagnosis


The doctor will review your medical history, reproductive history and treatments that you have received or are receiving at the time of the visit.

They will tell you if they consider it necessary to carry out additional tests, as well as a gynecological examination. The doctor will inform you at all times about the purpose of each of the tests. We will be in advance, thus avoiding unnecessary trips.


Orientation to treatment


At this time, if the specialist has all the necessary information, will specify the treatment to be performed , the necessary medication and the possible complementary tests to the treatment.

We will give you the information and consent forms. It is possible that on some occasion, the doctor needs to have a result before setting the treatment. In this case, the definitive treatment will be specified in a second visit.


Budget and financing


At the end of the consultation you will be provided with a detailed budget that will include both the techniques related to the treatment that have been proposed, as well as the other available options.

IMF also has a financing line with Banco Santander in case you may be interested.

Female fertility tests

The typical evaluation of female fertility depends on the circumstances of each woman. At IMF, we will only do the necessary tests to assess your chances of pregnancy.

Female fertility tests

    • Hormonal analysis between days 2 and 5 of the cycle: FSH, LH, 17 beta estradiol, Prolactin, TSH …
    • Hormonal analysis on day 21-24 of the cycle (Progesterone and 17 beta estradiol).
    • Hysterosalpingography: See if the tubes are patent. This test will be necessary only if the treatment is intrauterine insemination.
    • Supplementary tests.
    • Hormonal Analysis: Antimulerian, Total and free testosterone, SDHEA,
      Androstenedione, 17-progesterone, SHBG …
    • Postcoital Test.
    • Hysteroscopy
    • Study cycle: where the doctor through ultrasound monitoring of the cycle will determine if there is ovulation or not.
    • Endometrial biopsy.
    • Laparoscopy.
    • Culture of vaginal exudate, to rule out infections.
    • Karyotype, a blood test that gives us information about chromosomes.

Male fertility tests

The problem of fertility has always been focused on female causes, without taking much into account the male factor. Today we know the importance of studying men in depth, since in at least the 50% of cases, the male is the direct cause of the problem.

Male fertility tests

    • Seminogram. The number, movement or motility, and morphology of the sperm are evaluated. To collect the semen sample, you must save 3-5 days of abstinence, and collect the sample in a sterile urine container that can be obtained at the center or at any pharmacy. If the sample is collected at home, you must bring the semen to the clinic within one hour. It is important that the sample comes at body temperature, for this it is enough to transport it in contact with the skin. The sample can also be collected at our facilities.
    • Recovery Test (REM) and Sperm Survival (TSE): It is checked after processing the semen sample in media similar to those found in the female genital tract, how many sperm are able to recover with good motility, and what survival they have 24 hours.
    • Hormone levels in blood: FSH, LH, Total and Free Testosterone, Prolactin …
    • Karyotype: It is a blood test that gives us information about chromosomes.
    • Eventual consultation with the andrologist.
    • Testicular biopsy: If no sperm are found in the ejaculate, or if the man has undergone vasectomy, with this technique it is possible in most cases to recover sperm from the male in the testicular tissue, thus avoiding having to recur a semen donor.
    • Study of meiosis in semen.
    • FISH in semen.
    • Transvaginal ultrasound.
    • DNA fragmentation.

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