High complexity

Assisted Reproduction treatments are classified as High and Low complexity. Here you will find a brief guide to differentiate them without any problem.

What makes High Complexity and Low Complexity treatments different?

The first thing you should know is that high complexity treatments have a higher success rate, because fertilization between the egg and sperm occurs outside the woman's body, meaning, in a laboratory, carried out by experts. This helps to transfer the embryo obtained directly into the uterus, leading to pregnancy.

What is required to perform a High Complexity treatment?

These techniques require the evaluation and monitoring of an expert in reproduction, as well as a laboratory equipped with the best Assisted Reproduction technology.

In general, the process consists of the extraction of eggs and sperm for fertilization, and to obtain one or more embryos, which will have a selection process and then transferred to the uterus.

For whom are High Complexity treatments indicated?

Before taking the decision to undergo a high complexity Assisted Reproduction treatment, it is essential to have a prior diagnosis that indicates that this is the best alternative.

These treatments are ideal for couples and women who are unable to have a baby, for example:

Ovulation problems

Fallopian tube blockage


Polycystic ovary

Low sperm quality and quantity

Advanced maternal age

At Ingenes, as well as having an Initial Program, with which you will obtain a pre-diagnosis of your case, our specialists will help you choose the right treatment and design the plan with which you can become a mom.

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