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Happy Birthday Louise Brown - Read the whole interview

14. August 2018


Louise Brown was born on July 25, 1978 - the first baby to be conceived through vitro fertilization (IVF). Forty years ago, Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards, who, in 1977, succeeded in fertilizing the egg and sperm cells of Louise Brown's parents outside the body, laid the foundation for the work of modern reproductive medicine.

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Lifestyle & Fertility – How a certain lifestyle can positively affect fertility

20. June 2018


The way in which one lives day to day can affect his or her fertility. These affects have been scientifically studied for quite some time, particularly regarding whether or not certain things can be done for men to increase their fertility. Here, we highlight various recommendations that have been shared through the media with couples or singles who are hoping to become parents. Nonetheless, we’d like to point out that the individual study results vary, which is why the following...

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Diagnosed with cancer but hoping to become a parent: Cryopreservations gives men a chance

20. June 2018


As already reported last month (in our article about infertile women and cancer), more and more couples are deciding to postpone their plans to start a family. Yet the older an individual is in his or her quest to become a parent, the higher the risk of developing cancer. Nonetheless, many cancer patients today maintain hope that modern medicine will cure their sickness. As such, many men are eager to have children after having survived cancer.

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Cancer & conceiving – a fertility reserve as an opportunity for women facing cancer

22. May 2018


As changes in society occur, many people's family planning is being increasingly postponed. As a result, more and more people think about having children within an age bracket when adults are more likely to develop cancer. However, technical improvements in diagnostics and therapy have significantly increased the chances of survival, so that having children after surviving cancer is becoming an increasingly relevant topic.Having a child after surviving cancer - Ovarian transposition as a...

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Fidgeting before the pregnancy test – tips for while you’re waiting

22. May 2018


A pregnancy test can be taken nearly two weeks after an embryo transfer. As no further procedures or treatments can be performed in this time period, these two weeks are filled with anxiousness and excitement for many patients.Waiting to find out whether or not fertility treatment was successful can strain the nerves of couples. The emotional investment can foster doubts, and the one question of whether or not the treatment will work can cause stress for the parties involved. Therefore, we at...

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Infertility– Can certain sex positions increase the likelihood of conception?

22. May 2018


We know that many couples struggle to keep up a good and healthy sex life during fertility treatment and that is perfectly normal. We know many has used years on trying to get pregnant in the bedroom and thereafter on special cycle timings, moods etc. to optimize chances of getting pregnant but despite regular sexual intercourse, it can take months or even years for couples to conceive a child in their path towards parenthood. Yet, a couple of tricks can make Mother Nature’s job a bit easier....

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Money back deal

07. June 2016


Criteria: ≤ 37 year old / hormonal values within the normal range.If no pregnancy is achieved after the use of a full package, we offer you a 50% refund of the package price.

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Development

19. May 2015


See a child be conceived - observe the developmentAll patients, who are undergoing IVF, ICSI and freezing get their eggs grown in the embryoscope.We take pictures of the embryos every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day. The Fertility Clinic uses the footage to assess the development of the eggs and select the best.

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Ciconia offers NIFTY

19. May 2015


Now it is possible to screen against Down syndrome and other chromosome divergences based on a blood test from the pregnant woman (NIFTY). By this test, the genes of the embryo are analyzed. The genes circulate in the mother’s bloodstreams.  At this point of time there is a test for trisomy 21 (Down’s syndrome), trisomy 18 (Edward’s syndrome) and trisomy 13 (Patau’s syndrome) and X and Y chromosomes deciding the gender of the child. By all trisomies a majority of chromosomes are...

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Short protocol (IVF/ICSI)

19. May 2015


If you want to start treatment with the short protocol, you can now contact the clinic the week before your expected period on the following number 8627 7626 or by email to aarhus@ciconia.dk.We can then arrange a time for the ultrasound scan and the dispersion of medication etc.In other words - you do not longer need to wait to contact us until the first day of your period.

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Opening times:
Mo-Sa: 8.00 - 16.00

Telephone consultation:
Tu: 16.00 - 20.00
Su: 8.00-15.00 (call: +45 78 74 63 19)

Schedule an appointment:
✉ aarhus[at]vivaneo.dk
☎ +45 (0)78 75 54 77

We look forward to hearing from you!