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Tratamientos, técnicas y test


There are many ways to fulfil a dream. Together we will find the treatment that best suits your needs. All our assisted reproduction treatments and techniques are backed by numerous integrated quality management systems.

What is the best treatment for me?

If you still don’t know which treatment suits you best, we encourage you to do our online pre-diagnosis

Request an appointment

What is the best treatment for me?

If you still don’t know which treatment suits you best, we encourage you to do our online pre-diagnosis

Request an appointment

In Vitro Fertilization is a laboratory technique that allows us to fertilize an egg with a sperm outside the uterus.
There are 5 options:


IVF Own eggs

and partner sperm

>In our laboratory, we fertilize the eggs we extract from you with your partner’s sperm.


IVF Own eggs

and donor sperm

We fertilize the eggs we extract from you with sperm from an anonymous donor.


IVF Donor eggs

and partner sperm

It offers a greater chance of success from certain ages or for specific medical situations. The eggs lose their potential to generate a pregnancy or there is a decrease in their number, which is why we turn to those of another woman.


IVF Donor eggs

and donor sperm

We fertilize a donor’s eggs with a donor’s sperm, both of whom are anonymous.


ROPA Method

This variant of In Vitro Fertilization is for married women who decide to have a baby and want to participate actively in the pregnancy.

With Artificial Insemination (AI), we insert the sperm we selected from a sample into the uterus. The sperm can be from your partner (AIH) or from an anonymous sperm donor (AID). To increase chances of pregnancy, we hormonally stimulate the ovaries and control ovulation in order to know what the best time for insemination is.


Artificial Insemination with partner sperm

In artificial insemination with your partner’s sperm, we first select his sperm and then insert it into the uterus at the most appropriate time.


Artificial Insemination with Donor Sperm

In artificial insemination with donor sperm we insert the sperm of an anonymous donor in the uterus.


The Eugin Clinic is perhaps the center with the highest number of treatments of this type in Europe, so our selection system is one of the most recognized and perfected.


Egg and sperm donation

Neither the donor nor the recipient know each other’s identities. In Spain, the donation is anonymous by law. Our pre-diagnosis will tell you what the best treatment for you is.

What is the best treatment for me?

If you still don’t know which treatment suits you best, we encourage you to do our online pre-diagnosis



Each case requires specific needs. At Eugin, we have 8 techniques which if applied to your particular case when advised, will increase your chances of pregnancy.


Embryo transfer

After Loading technique

We insert the embryo into the uterus when the guide catheter is already at the entrance to the womb. This reduces the time the embryo spends outside the incubator to just a few seconds before entering the mother’s body, thus decreasing the negative impact that the wait outside of the incubator may have on the embryo.


Assisted Hatching

Involves the thinning of the zona pellucida of the embryos prior to their transfer into the uterus. Your biologist will determine the best moment to do it and thus increase the chances of implantation.


IVF with Intracytoplasmic

Sperm Injection ICSI

We inseminate an egg by the microinjection of a sperm, thus favouring fertilization and reducing the chances of fertilization failures.


Development of embryos

in the body itself INVO

We obtain sperm and eggs and place them in the INVO device, which we insert into the vagina for the embryo to develop. In this way, the woman actively participates in the culture of her embryos.


Transfer at blastocyst stage

The embryo is transferred at a more developed phase called the blastocyst stage, and the chances of pregnancy per embryo transferred are increased. This long culture is suggested in cases in which we start with enough biological material to be able to make an embryo selection.



It is the latest generation incubator that optimizes the development of embryos in the laboratory. It has a built-in camera that avoids having to extract the embryos from the incubator in order to evaluate them and gives us more information about their development, which could not otherwise be obtained before transferring them.


Egg vitrification

It involves the flash freezing of these cells with minimal damage being done to them and with a high survival rate after devitrification and subsequent use.

Genetic tests

Thanks to these tests, we work more safely and with the possibility of reducing the risk of genetic disease in the future baby even before taking the first step.


Preimplantation Genetic

Diagnosis PGT-M

It is performed in cases in which there is a family history of genetic diseases in the parents that could be inherited by future babies. By means of an embryo biopsy and the subsequent genetic study of the embryos, those that are free of disease will be transferred.


Preimplantation Genetic Testing


We study the embryos’ chromosomal genetic load in order to determine whether it is balanced.


Genetic Compatibility Analysis

We detect whether the father or mother are carriers of a recessive genetic disease to reduce the risk of genetic disease in the future baby. It is also applied as a verification test prior to the insemination of donor eggs with male partner sperm to avoid fertilising gametes that are carriers of the same genetic disease and thus reduce the risk of genetic disease in the future child.


Detection of rare diseases

in donors

Our egg donors are subjected to a study on genetic diseases so we avoid inseminating donor eggs with sperm from men or donors that are carriers of the same genetic disease. This genetic compatibility analysis technique prior to the fertilization of donated gametes reduces the risk of the baby inheriting serious genetic diseases from the donor and the father.

On your first visit until January 31st