We offer many fertility solution treatment options partnered with personal care plans tailored to our clients individual requirements. At IMA ART, we take great pride in the expansive network of exceptional service providers and experts across the United States who lead in the field of assisted fertility and infertility treatment. All our services are aligned with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s best practices, and use cutting edge technology to give you the greatest chance of success in your fertility journey.
Once a sperm is deemed healthy and viable, a parent has several options when it comes to fertilization. They can choose to have the egg retrieved and fertilized in a lab (as with IVF), or they can opt for intrauterine insemination. With intrauterine insemination, the sperm is inserted directly into a woman’s cervix or uterus around the time of ovulation. This is done to provide the best chance of fertilization in a more organic way, as some parents prefer.
We’ve partnered with fertility care experts to ensure that you receive world-class expertise from leading experts on infertility treatment and assisted reproductive technologies. So whatever shape your journey to parenthood takes, you can trust that you and your future heir are in the best of hands.
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
IVF medical treatments can vary widely in effectiveness — it takes a keen and seasoned expert to identify the best methods for your needs to ensure the highest likelihood of success. IMA ART has cultivated relationships with the top IVF experts in the country, meaning our clients are placed in the best hands in the world throughout their IVF journey.
IVF success rates are highly dependent on the age, quantity, and quality of mature eggs retrieved, which makes the assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedures selected all the more essential. U.S. IVF clinics have the highest success rates in the world, defined as giving birth to a single healthy child.
We at IMA ART work to create a personally tailored care plan leveraging modern technology and experts at the forefront of IVF. To improve the likelihood of successful fertilization, eggs and sperm are carefully tested for genetic issues and are monitored in a lab before embryo transfer to the gestational carrier occurs.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
When it comes to fertilizing eggs undergoing IVF, there are two options: traditional fertilization and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). With traditional fertilization, 50,000+ sperm are placed next to the retrieved egg in a petri dish, where the sperm can naturally attach then push through the egg’s outer layer to fertilize it. When an intended parent selects ICSI, a single sperm is injected directly into the egg using a tiny and harmless needle.
Our team of fertility care experts can help advise you on which fertilization option is right for you. Some may choose ICSI when they experience difficulty with fertilization during IVF. This may be due to low sperm counts, sperm not attaching to the egg, or when in vitro mature eggs or previously frozen eggs are being used.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
Pre-Implantation Genetic Testing (PGT) is a core element of most fertility treatments at IMA ART. In addition to testing genetic material (eggs and sperm, and lastly, embryos) for a wide range of abnormalities and potential risks, PGT identifies the sex of the embryo, allowing parents to select gender of their future baby. PGT checks for the following:
Sickle cell anemia
Becoming infertile as an adult
Ultimately, PGTs can benefit intended parents by assessing increased risk of birth defects and reducing the likelihood of miscarriages or complications. At IMA ART, we run a comprehensive array of PGTs to do as much as possible to improve the likelihood of a successful pregnancy and delivery.
For parents wishing for a daughter or son, PGT is the perfect solution. Gender selection is legal at IVF clinics here in California. Contact us or Réserve to understand PGT and gender selection costs.
Pre-Implantation Genetic Testing (PGT)
Research has found that the potential for successful conception, pregnancy, and delivery are most impacted by the quantity and quality of mature eggs. Unfortunately, a woman's eggs age at the same rate she does and around the age of 32, women typically experience a steep decline in healthy egg reserves.
Egg freezing is a fantastic option for women who know they don’t want to have children at this moment and want to keep their options open in the future. Freezing your eggs between the ages of 20-35 gives you the best chance of a successful pregnancy on your schedule, when you feel ready. We offer access to top of the line egg freezing facilities, where you can trust that your future heirs are in safe hands.
If our comprehensive range of PGT tests find genetic abnormalities or the mother’s eggs cannot be used, many parents opt to use donor eggs. The egg donor banks we’ve partnered with do extensive genetic screening and collect eggs from donors between the ages of 21 to 35. In this way, we’re able to minimize the risk of miscarriages and certain birth defects, and improve the likelihood of an easy and healthy pregnancy.
Depending on your wishes, fertilized eggs can be implanted using IVF into the intended parent, or into a gestational surrogate. Contrary to popular belief, many women over 40 are still able to carry a baby to term. Donor eggs can make it possible for women whose own eggs aren’t viable to still be able to carry their child themselves.
Egg Donor Bank
In many cases, intended parents may choose to work with a sperm donor bank. If a woman wants to become a mother on her own, or if a same-sex female couple wants a child, a third-party sperm donor is an often-used option to ensure the best for your heir. Additionally, men struggling with infertility can have a more direct hand in ensuring they find a suitable donor that matches their genetic background and profile.
We work with top-tier sperm banks to deliver the highest-grade of options when it comes to selecting your donor. All donor’s sperm is screened for medical conditions and potential risk factors. Together we’ll work to find the candidate best suited to your wants and needs.
Sperm Donor Bank
The ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) explains infertility caused by a problem in the male, for example, inability of ejaculate or insufficient number of sperm. Infertility is not just a disease that affects women — men suffer as well. New studies show that in approximately 40 percent of infertility couples the male partner is either the sole cause or a contributing cause of infertility.
Diagnosing male infertility usually involves a general physical examination. Semen analysis measuring sperm volume, concentration, total sperm count, measurement of acidity or basicity, sperm velocity & linearity, morphology and viscosity will also be ordered. Depending upon the results, our doctor may suggest additional tests including ultrasounds, hormone testing, post-ejaculation urinalysis, genetic testing, testicular biopsy and sperm function testing.
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Here in California, we provide world-class fertility services and expertise to any high-net worth individuals, with a dream of becoming parents.
Our Fertility Governance framework is designed to improve communications and efficiency, reducing the risks of multiple parties working in separate silos. It means every party knows their responsibilities in the fertility journey and are held accountable. It ensures our fertility solutions are implemented effectively and executed precisely. And it allows parents to make better, more informed decisions at every critical stage.