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Specifically designed for individuals facing challenges with the quality of their oocytes due to:
  • Advanced age
  • Endometriosis
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Repeated Unsuccessful IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Attempts

Understanding the Role of Eggs in Human Reproduction

Eggs are essential not only for carrying half of the genetic material necessary for creating life but also as a key vehicle in kickstarting embryonic development. This active role underscores the critical importance of egg quality and functionality. The egg's cytoplasm, filled with vital nutrients for the early development of the embryo, and the overall health of the egg, determine the success of conception and the early stages of embryonic development.

This reality has become a growing concern for many women, as egg quality can be compromised by conditions such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Endometriosis, and even natural aging. In the realm of assisted reproduction, like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), ensuring high-quality eggs is a priority, opening up new possibilities for the reproductive future and family legacy of individuals wishing to achieve pregnancy using their own eggs.

What is MORE®?

MORE® is our patented oocyte regeneration treatment, utilizing advanced technologies and various advanced techniques in assisted reproduction, including micromanipulation, to revitalize eggs. This unique procedure, enhanced by magnetic fields, improves oocyte quality and the capacity for embryonic development, marking a milestone in the field of fertility.

How MORE works in conjunction with In Vitro Fertilization: A Step-by-Step Guide

Oocyte Bank:
Our process allows for multiple extractions to ensure a sufficient collection, with all oocytes carefully cryopreserved. We focus on restoring all obtained eggs.
Metabolic Diagnosis:
Thawed oocytes undergo a meticulous metabolic diagnosis using molecular techniques to evaluate and prepare for restoration.
Donor Cytoplasm Transfer
Simultaneously, we select high-quality, mature cytoplasm from donor eggs, preparing it for transfer to the patient's oocytes, enhancing their potential for successful fertilization.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF):
Fertilization is achieved through PICSI, using sperm prepared by advanced microfluidic technology, ensuring the highest compatibility and success rates.

Magnetic Field Culture:
After fertilization, embryos are cultured in a specialized medium within a magnetic field, promoting optimal division and development through a pioneering microfluidic culture system.
Embryo Transfer to the Uterus:
As the final step, developed and selected embryos are transferred to the patient's uterus. This crucial moment seeks to achieve the desired pregnancy, using precise techniques to maximize the chances of implantation and successful embryonic development, concluding the MORE process in conjunction with IVF.

Who Can Benefit from MORE IVF?

MORE offers a renewed opportunity for people who:
• Have undergone unsuccessful IVF cycles and seem to have exhausted their chances of conceiving using their own eggs due to various circumstances.

• Experience a natural decline in egg quality associated with aging.

• Suffer from conditions like Endometriosis and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

• Face fertility challenges due to genetic variations related to embryonic development.

Overcoming Fertility Barriers Beyond Age

Although traditional IVF success rates might show a decline from the age of 35 onwards, the need to consider egg donation becomes more pronounced due to natural changes in fertility and reproductive health. This strategy typically involves using donor eggs from younger donors to mitigate the effects of age on fertility. However, for individuals facing fertility challenges, including endometriosis and PCOS.

How Does MORE Define Success in Fertility?

Understanding the barriers and the emotional impact of failed IVF attempts on our patients has led our Research and Development team to create a solution that significantly increases the chance for families to continue their legacy through assisted reproductive technologies. Imagine, for a moment, a couple being told that egg donation is their only path to conception and a successful pregnancy. With MORE, this scenario changes dramatically, improving the chances for couples with low egg quantity and quality from a scant 0.4% to an astonishing 70% success rate.

Our approach redefines what it means to succeed on the path to parenthood, offering hope and new possibilities in an accessible and understandable tone, without losing the scientific rigor that characterizes MORE.
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