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Lieber Herr Dr. Feichtinger,

vielen Dank für Ihre persönliche tatkräftige Unterstützung im Rahmen der IVF im Wunschbabyzentrum in 1130 Wien. Mit Ihrer Hilfe haben wir unseren langersehnten Wunsch erfüllt bekommen. Sofern wir dürfen, würden wir auch im Bezug auf Familienerweiterungsgedanken auf Sie zukommen!

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Was tun bei männlicher Unfruchtbarkeit?

Mit den - oft nur wenigen - erhaltenen Samenzellen oder deren Vorläuferzellen kann die Befruchtung der Eizellen ausschließlich mit der ICSI-Methode durchgeführt werden. Mehr dazu in folgendem Video:

Liebes Kinderwunsch-Team!

Unser kleiner J. ist am 09.07. zur Welt gekommen. Wir möchten uns bei allem Teammitgleidern von ganzem Herzen für die kompetente und liebevolle Behandlung und Begleitung während der Kinderwunschzeit bedanken. Und sind froh darüber, gerade Ihre Hilfe in Anspruch genommen zu haben. Familie D.

Ein Kind macht...

das Haus glücklicher die Liebe stärker die Geduld größer die Hände geschäftiger die Nächte länger die Tage kürzer und die Zukunft heller Wir danken Ihnen allen sehr bei der Mitwirkung zur Erfüllung unseres Traums. Fam. G


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Kinderwunsch - Ursachen und Methoden

Causes in women

Hormonal Infertility

The menstrual cycle is a very complex circuit, controlled and influenced by various hormones. An imbalance in hormone homeostasis can cause deficits in oocyte maturation, lead to lack of ovulation, and cause insufficient corpus luteum formation.

Reasons for hormonal imbalances may include:

  • Increased ratio of male hormones
  • Stress
  • Extreme physical strain (competitive/professional sports)
  • Being severely underweight (rapid weight loss, anorexia, bulimia)
  • Being severely overweight
  • Thyroid issues
  • Tumors (rare)

Infertility caused by a defect in the Fallopian Tube

 

Conception usually takes place inside the fallopian tubes. The fallopian tubes are responsible for directing the fertilized oocyte towards the uterus.

The function of the fallopian tubes may be deficient, or the fallopian tubes may be partially or completely occluded. Causes may include:

  • Ascending infection
  • Adhesions and scarring of the fallopian tubes after previous operations
  • Previous ectopic pregnancies (here it is possible that the fallopian tubes were removed)
  • Endometriosis
  • Fallopian tube ligature

Endometriosis

15% of women with unwanted childlessness are diagnosed with endometriosis. This means that there is a collection of the endometrium located outside of the uterus, for example, on the ovaries, the fallopian tubes, the intestines, the bladder, or the peritoneum. The exact cause for the development of endometriosis and why it makes natural conception so difficult is still largely unknown.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

“Polycystic” means “many cysts”. This term is used to describe the appearance of the ovaries when viewed on ultrasound. The appearance of countless “small cysts” on ultrasound is actually a collection of small follicles that are unable to fully mature due to an increased ration of male hormones. The development of PCOS is thought to be caused due to a disturbance in insulin metabolism.

Immunological causes for infertility

Due to a malfunction of the body’s defense system, sperm or fertilized eggs may be recognized by the immune system as “foreign”, which causes an immune reaction to “fight” off the invader. When this happens, the fertilization of the egg and/or the implantation of the embryo in the uterus becomes nearly impossible. Immunological malfunctions may also be responsible for repeated miscarriages.

Changes to the cervix and uterus

Closure and scarring after inflammation or surgery can make it more difficult for sperm to pass through the cervix or the uterus to reach the fallopian tubes. In very rare cases, congenital malformations of the cervix or uterus may cause unwanted childlessness.

Age

Women are born with a limited number of egg cells, reaching up to a total of 400,000 at birth. With increasing age, the number of active and resting follicles, as well as the hormones that encourage their growth, decreases. As a result, oocytes begin to fail to mature properly, increasing the total number of menstrual cycles that occur without successful ovulation.

The “aging of the oocytes” is also an important factor. Aging leads to an increase in chromosomal changes, which can prevent the fertilization of the oocyte, prevent implantation of the embryo in the uterus, or may lead to miscarriages.

Ihr Weg zum Wunschbaby beginnt hier!

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1. Wählen Sie Ihr Wunschinstitut

Katja Strnad
Administration & Empfang

Wunschbaby Institut Feichtinger
Wien

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Administration & Empfang

Wunschbaby Institut Feichtinger
Baden

 

2. Ihre Kontaktdaten


I was very satisfied with the treatment. The team is always striving to do their best. The waits are short. We felt very well taken care of.

Relaxing Atmosphere: An Institute with a relaxing atmosphere, very friendly, compassionate care. Highly recommend.

I would highly recommend this Institute to everyone: you don’t feel like a patient, all the employees are engaged and are excited for you. It’s a great feeling to receive so much support.

My doctor provided excellent guidance from our first meeting until successful pregnancy. I was able to call her at all hours of the day, and if I couldn’t reach her per phone, then I could always send her an E-mail.

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