Nidation support

Nidation is an important moment in an emerging pregnancy. The embryo has to make contact with the uterine mucous membrane, and the uterus has to be in the correct condition in order to allow this even to happen.

Unfortunately, many fertility treatments fail at the nidation stage, and so improving this process is therefore of great concern to us.

In our daily work we keep up with the latest developments and carry out regular scientific studies.

In this way we can fulfil the longed-for desire of couples who have already experienced several failed attempts at fertility treatments.

  • Changes or genetic abnormalities in the embryo
  • Increased age of the mother
  • Genetic changes in sperm cells
  • Thickening or hardening of the oocyte membrane
  • Changes in the uterus (for example myomas, polyps, growths)
  • Genetic changes to the uterus (for example uterus abnormalities, uterus duplex)
  • Immunological problems
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Assisted hatching: a small hole is made in the embryo’s membrane to facilitate the nidation process
  • Embryoglue: a special carrier for the embryo transfer which makes it easier for the embryos to stick to the mucous membrane of the uterus
  • EMMA-test: microbiome in the mucous membrane of the uterus is tested and if necessary treated
  • ERA-test: identification of the optimal window of opportunity for an embryo transfer
  • Fertigrow: “flushing” with the G-CSF hormone for optimal support in  nidation of the embryo and in order to hold the pregnancy
  • Implantation flushing (PBMC): The body's own blood cells are specially prepared, cultivated together with pregnancy hormone (HCG) and transferred back into the uterine cavity before embryo transfer.
  • HCG-flushing: Flushing of the uterus with hCG (human choriongonadotropin, pregnancy hormone) immediately after the ovum pick-up
  • Nidation injection: a one-time injection of a central hormone at the time of nidation
  • Nidation curettage: a small abrasion made by removal of a small amount from the mucous membrane
  • SMOF-infusion: intravenous Multi-Lipid-Therapy when there is an increased level of natural killer cells in the immune system
  • Seminal plasma flushing: Seminal plasma, a part of the sperm fluid which has a positive effect on nidation, is subsequently flushed into the cervix after ovum pick-up
  • TREPS PRP flushing: flushing of the uterus with thrombocytes (platelets) and blood plasma obtained from the patient's own blood to support implantation and to build up the endometrium
  • and many more