Fertility and Genetics Center

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Monday - Friday 8:00 am.- 8:00 pm./ Weekend 8:00 am.- 4:00 pm.

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MedPark IVF Center: Redefining Fertility Treatment Journeys

MedPark IVF Center provides consultation and treatment for infertile couples. We evaluate and diagnose the causes, treat the corrigible factors, and employ assisted reproductive technologies such as IVF to treat complex reproductive disorders, increasing the chances of a successful pregnancy.

We also offer counseling services for preconception care, risk assessment, and lifestyle adjustment for healthy and vigorous children.

In couples with risks of hereditary diseases, reproductive technology, and embryo biopsy can reduce the possibility of passing on genetic disorders to their children.

  • Medical specialists in infertility and assisted reproductive technology 
    Our devoted team of obstetricians and gynecologists at MedPark IVF Center has outstanding academic achievements and extensive clinical experience. All are board-certified subspecialists in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Many have advanced overseas training and are the country’s leaders in their fields.
  • Urologist/male infertility specialist
    Nearly half of infertility cases are due to male factor infertility. At our center, urologists with expertise in male genital organs and reproductive disorders, such as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, or inability to ejaculate, are available to provide consultation.
  • Attentive patient care. Easy-to-access information. Clarity.
    Because infertility treatment is a complex and complicated process, MedPark IVF has a dedicated team of infertility nurses eager to lend emotional support and provide clear answers to commonly asked questions. Our team can effectively respond to all your concerns while being treated.
    Infertility treatment is often a stressful undertaking. Our experienced nursing team is familiar with the concerns of infertility patients and knows what you are feeling; they empathize, understand, and will always be by your side when needed.
  • Skillful and experienced embryologists
    For assisted reproductive technology, one of the crucial factors promoting the success of infertility treatment is the role of embryologists.
    At MedPark IVF Center, we assemble a team of highly skilled and experienced embryologists with ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) certification having over a decade of experience in this field.
  • High-standard and hygienic embryology laboratory
    MedPark IVF Center’s laboratory is brand-new and modern, with a quality control system to minimize dust, chemicals, and risk factors that can harm the reproductive system and embryos.
  • Advanced technology with artificial intelligence (AI) embryo selection
    MedPark IVF Center deploys state-of-the-art equipment, such as an advanced embryo incubator with a built-in camera to record a time-lapse video of the growing embryos. Coupled the recording with AI technology allows the selection of the highest quality and healthiest embryo for uterine transfer and implantation for a successful pregnancy.

Diagnostic Services

  • Preconception checkup
  • Infertility diagnosis
    • Check ovarian functions and egg count with blood tests and transvaginal ultrasound
    • Examine the patency of the fallopian tubes
    • Ultrasonography of uterine cavity and uterus
    • Semen analysis
  • Recurrent miscarriage evaluation

Treatments

  • Treatment modalities depend on the cause of infertility, such as
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Assisted Reproductive Technology Treatment
  • Embryo biopsy for preimplantation genetic testing
    • To select embryos with the normal number of chromosomes
      (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidy: PGT-A)
    • To prevent the transmission of hereditary diseases from the father or mother
      (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Monogenic disorders: PGT-M, Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Chromosome Structural Rearrangements: PGT-SR)
  • Consultation for recurrent miscarriage prevention.
  • Fertility preservation for patients receiving cancer treatment detrimental to the reproductive system, such as chemotherapy

Get to know a specialized medical team
at MedPark IVF Center

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Assoc.Prof.Dr Suphakde Julavijitphong
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
Dr Viwat Chinpilas
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
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Dr Pimpagar Chavanaves
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
Assist.Prof.Dr Porntip Sirayapiwat
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
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Dr Punkavee Tuntiviriyapun
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
Dr Chanakarn Suebthawinkul
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
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Dr Chayanis Apirakviriya
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
Dr Piphat Jongkolsiri
Infertility and Reproductive Gynecologist
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FAQ: What do you need to know about IVF/ICSI?

  1. What is the success rate of IVF/ICSI?
    The success rate of IVF/ICSI treatments depends on several factors, including the patient's overall physical readiness, such as egg, sperm, endometrium, and embryo quality, and encompasses the laboratory's preparedness. Generally, the pregnancy success rate per embryo transfer ranges from approximately 30% to 40% without preimplantation genetic testing (PGT). However, with PGT, the pregnancy success rate can reach 60% to 70%. At MedPark IVF, our physicians and scientists team collaboratively assess, evaluate, and personalize treatment plans to maximize the patient's chances of a successful IVF/ICSI procedure.

  2. Are test-tube babies weaker than naturally conceived babies?
    Based on research data from the past 30 years, there is no evidence to suggest that children born through IVF/ICSI have a higher incidence of disabilities compared to naturally conceived children.

  3. How does EmbryoScope Plus increase the success rate of IVF/ICSI?
    The EmbryoScope Plus is an incubator that utilizes Timelapse technology to capture images of embryos every 10 minutes, creating a continuous video sequence. This allows scientists to observe and assess the embryos qualities without removing them from the incubator, minimizing disturbance to the embryos. Additionally, the incorporation of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms aids in the evaluation of the Timelapse videos. The iDaScore, derived from the AI algorithms, correlates with the success of pregnancy outcomes.

  4. Does Embryo Glue increase the success rate?
    Embryo Glue, also known as embryo adhesive, is a type of protein called Hyaluronan, which is naturally present in the endometrium during the natural implantation process. There are currently several research studies that show the positive effects of Embryo Glue in improving pregnancy rates. However, data on Embryo Glue is still in its early stages and requires further research for additional validation in the future.

  5. What are the benefits of Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) for embryos?
    After obtaining embryos through IVF/ICSI, scientists can extract a few cells from the embryos for genetic testing, known as Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT). It offers several advantages:
    1. Selection of embryos with normal chromosomal numbers: PGT helps identify embryos with a normal chromosomal count for transfer, increasing the implantation and pregnancy rate, reducing miscarriage rates, and lowering the risk of having a child with chromosomal abnormalities.
    2. Genetic screening for inherited diseases: In cases where one or both partners have a history of genetic diseases, such as Thalassemia, genetic testing of embryos allows the identification of unaffected embryos, ensuring the transfer of embryos free from the genetic disorder.
      Overall, PGT plays a crucial role in improving the success rates of IVF/ICSI by selecting genetically healthy embryos and reducing the risk of passing on inherited diseases.

  6. Does Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) pose a risk of increased birth defects?
    Currently, Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) involves extracting a small number of trophectoderm cells (5-10 cells), destined to develop into placenta, from embryos. This procedure does not significantly interfere with the overall development of the embryo/fetus. There is no evidence to suggest, based on current data, that genetic testing of embryos using PGT increases the risk of birth defects in the examined fetus.

  7. How does embryo grading affect the success of pregnancy?
    Embryo grading involves assigning scores to embryos based on their external characteristics, cell division rates, and developmental progress. In the past, it was believed that embryos with higher grades were more likely to result in successful pregnancies. However, current research suggests that solely relying on external grading may not always accurately predict pregnancy success.

  8. Can a woman with both fallopian tubes blocked still achieve pregnancy?
    If both fallopian tubes are blocked, pregnancy is still achievable through Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI). In ICSI, eggs are retrieved and fertilized with sperm in a laboratory setting before transferring the resulting embryos into the uterus. This process bypasses the need for the fallopian tubes to facilitate pregnancy. Therefore, even if both fallopian tubes are blocked, IVF/ICSI offers a potential pathway to pregnancy.

  9. Can a woman who has undergone tubal ligation have a child through ICSI?
    Tubal ligation in women involves the blocking and dividing of the fallopian tubes. IVF/ICSI can still be performed successfully in such cases, as the IVF process involves retrieving eggs and fertilizing them with sperm in a laboratory setting before transferring the resulting embryos into the uterus. This procedure bypasses the need for the fallopian tubes to achieve pregnancy. Therefore, even if a woman has undergone tubal ligation, IVF/ICSI offers a potential pathway to having a child.

  10. Is it better to transfer embryos fresh or frozen?
    With advancements in cryopreservation technology, research indicates that frozen embryo transfers generally have higher pregnancy success rates than fresh embryo transfers. This is likely because, in fresh cycles, the hormone levels in women stimulated for egg retrieval are higher than natural levels, resulting in an unfavorable endometrium environment for embryo implantation.
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IVF/ICSI Package

IVF/ICSI Package (In Vitro Fertilization/Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is advance method of fertilization using laboratory procedure where a single strong sperm is injected directly into each egg. This yields satisfactory fertilization results.

IVF/ ICSI Package
Price 279,999 THB (Deposit 30,000 THB)

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MedPark IVF Center:
Redefining Fertility Treatment Journeys

20th Floor, Counter A (WEST Lift)
Monday - Friday 8:00 am.- 8:00 pm.
Weekend 8:00 am.- 4:00 pm
Tel. 02-090-3020

Published: 03 Jul 2023

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