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IVF treatment Cost in Iran 

Iran’s average IVF cycle cost ranges from $2,500-USD 3,500. Western nations have much higher prices than this. However, costs can vary greatly depending on the clinic and treatments used. Some clinics may offer discounts or other incentives to make the procedure more affordable. Additionally, many insurance companies in Iran cover part or all of the expenses associated with IVF treatments.

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2300$
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What is IVF treatment ?

IVF (in vitro fertilization) is a process where eggs are fertilized by sperm in a lab environment and then transferred to the woman’s uterus to facilitate conception. It helps couples struggling with infertility. The procedure is often successful, and many couples use it to solve their fertility issues. Clinical success rates vary depending on several factors, including age and medical history.

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IVF treatment in Iran

IVF is a type of assisted reproductive technology (ART) that involves fertilizing eggs with sperm in a laboratory and transferring the resulting embryos into the uterus. IVF can help people who have infertility problems or genetic disorders, or who want to use donor gametes or surrogates. IVF is available in Iran at various clinics that offer high-quality services and affordable prices. According to a search on the web, some of the best IVF centers in Iran are:

  • Royan Institute: The institute is a leading research and clinical center for reproductive biomedicine and infertility treatments. It has branches in Tehran, Isfahan, and Mashhad. It offers a range of IVF services, such as egg and sperm donation, embryo donation, surrogacy, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
  • Avicenna Fertility Center: A private fertility center that provides comprehensive and personalized care for infertile couples. It has branches in Tehran, Karaj, and Shiraz. It offers various IVF services, such as ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, fertilization, embryo transfer, cryopreservation, and genetic testing. It also has a sperm bank and an egg bank.

Parsian IVF Center:

This is a modern and well-equipped clinic that offers advanced and effective IVF treatments. It is located in Tehran and has a team of experienced and qualified specialists. It offers IVF services, such as ICSI, PGD, blastocyst culture, assisted hatching, and embryo freezing. It also has a donor program and a surrogacy program.

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IVF clinic in Iran

An IVF clinic is a medical facility that specializes in performing IVF procedures and related treatments.

The IVF facility usually has a laboratory, an operating room, and a recovery room. An IVF clinic may also offer counseling, support, and education for patients. An IVF clinic in Iran must follow the regulations and guidelines of the Ministry of Health and Medical Education and the Iranian Society of Reproductive Medicine. Some of the criteria for choosing an IVF clinic in Iran are:

  • The success rate and reputation of the clinic
  • The qualifications and experience of the staff
  • The facilities and equipment of the clinic
  • The cost and payment options of the clinic
  • The location and accessibility of the clinic
  • In vitro fertilization clinic

An in vitro fertilization clinic is another term for an IVF clinic. It is a place where people can undergo IVF treatments and related procedures. An in vitro fertilization clinic may offer different types of IVF techniques, such as conventional IVF, ICSI, mini-IVF, natural cycle IVF, and mild stimulation IVF. An in vitro fertilization clinic may also offer other services, such as donor programs, surrogacy programs, fertility preservation, and genetic testing.

In which countries is IVF illegal

IVF is legal in most countries, but there are some exceptions and restrictions. According to a web search, some of the countries where IVF is illegal or banned are:

  • Costa Rica: This is the only country in the world that prohibits IVF completely. The Constitutional Court of Costa Rica ruled in 2000 that IVF violates the right to life of embryos. This ban has been criticized by human rights groups and international organizations.

 

  • El Salvador: This is a country that has a strict anti-abortion law that also applies to IVF. The Penal Code of El Salvador criminalizes any act that causes the death of an embryo or fetus, including IVF. Anyone who performs or undergoes IVF can face up to 12 years in prison.

 

  • Guatemala: This is a country that has a constitutional amendment that defines life as beginning at conception. The amendment also prohibits any form of artificial reproduction that involves the manipulation or destruction of human embryos, such as IVF. The amendment was approved in 2018 and has been challenged by civil society groups.


Some of the countries where IVF is legal but subject to various limitations and regulations are:

  • China: This is a country that allows IVF only for married heterosexual couples who have a medical indication for infertility. The Ministry of Health of China regulates IVF and prohibits the use of donor gametes, surrogacy, sex selection, and genetic modification. The ministry also sets the maximum number of embryos that can be transferred per cycle.
  • France: This is a country that allows IVF only for married or cohabiting heterosexual couples who have a medical diagnosis of infertility or a risk of transmitting a serious disease. The French Bioethics Law regulates IVF and prohibits the use of donor gametes, surrogacy, sex selection, and social freezing. The law also limits the number of embryos created and frozen per cycle.
  • Germany: This is a country that allows IVF only for married or cohabiting heterosexual couples who have a medical indication for infertility. The Embryo Protection Act regulates IVF and prohibits the use of donor gametes, surrogacy, sex selection, and embryo research. The act also restricts the number of embryos created and transferred per cycle.

Keep these things in mind:

Different factors determine the success rate of IVF in Iran, including the age of the patients, the clinic they choose, and other factors. In some cases, doctors claim that the success rate is 86% for patients under 35 and 30% for patients over 35-40. The numbers may not accurately reflect each patient’s circumstances, and other ways exist to increase the chance of pregnancy, including avoiding stress, eating a healthy diet, and providing proper entertainment. 

Before undergoing IVF, it is important to consult a qualified doctor and follow their advice. Having the age of under 30 does not guarantee success, and there may have been other factors that contributed to the unsuccessful IVF, such as egg and sperm quality, implantation issues, or hormonal imbalances. 

The process of IVF requires careful planning and monitoring, and it may take more than one cycle to achieve a positive result. I hope you find this information helpful and I wish you the best of luck

The technique and protocol of IVF: 

The success rate of IVF may vary depending on the technique and protocol that are used for ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, fertilization, embryo culture, and embryo transfer. Different techniques and protocols may have different advantages and disadvantages, such as cost, convenience, safety, and efficacy. Some of the techniques and protocols that are used for IVF in Iran are:

  • Conventional IVF: A method of IVF that involves stimulating the ovaries with gonadotropins, retrieving multiple eggs, fertilizing them with sperm in a laboratory, and transferring one or more embryos into the uterus.
  • ICSI: This method of IVF involves injecting a single sperm directly into an egg, instead of mixing them in a laboratory. This technique may improve the success rate of IVF for couples with severe male factor infertility or low fertilization rates.
  • Mini-IVF: An IVF procedure that involves stimulating the ovaries with lower doses of gonadotropins, retrieving fewer eggs, fertilizing them with sperm in a laboratory, and transferring one or more embryos into the uterus. This technique may reduce the cost, risk, and side effects of IVF, but may also lower the success rate.
  • Natural cycle IVF: This method involves retrieving the single egg that is naturally produced by the ovary, without any ovarian stimulation, fertilizing it with sperm in a laboratory, and transferring the resulting embryo into the uterus. This technique may eliminate the need for gonadotropins, but may also have a meager success rate.


Mild stimulation IVF:

It is an IVF method that involves stimulating the ovaries with lower doses of gonadotropins for a shorter duration, retrieving fewer eggs, fertilizing them with sperm in a laboratory, and transferring one or more embryos into the uterus. This technique may reduce the cost, risk, and side effects of IVF while maintaining a reasonable success rate.

IVF success rate in Iran

The success rate of IVF depends on many factors, such as the age of the woman, the cause and duration of infertility, the type and quality of gametes and embryos, the technique and protocol of IVF, and the skill and experience of the clinic. this rate may vary from clinic to clinic and from cycle to cycle. Some of the factors that may affect the success rate of IVF in Iran are:

  • The woman’s age: The success rate of IVF decreases as the woman gets older, due to the decline in the quantity and quality of her eggs the success rate of IVF in Iran for women under 35 is about 40%, for women between 35 and 40 is about 20%, and for women over 40 is less than 10%.: 
  • The cause and duration of infertility: The success rate of IVF may differ depending on the underlying cause of infertility, such as tubal factor, ovulatory factor, male factor, endometriosis, or unexplained infertility. The success rate of IVF may also decrease as the duration of infertility increases, due to the accumulation of other factors that may impair fertility.

The type and quality of gametes and embryos:

The success rate of IVF may depend on the source and quality of the gametes (eggs and sperm) and the embryos that are used for fertilization and transfer. The use of donor gametes or embryos may increase the success rate of IVF, especially for older women or couples with genetic disorders. The quality of gametes and embryos may be affected by various factors, such as genetic, hormonal, environmental, and lifestyle factors.

The skill and experience of the clinic: 

The clinic should have qualified and trained staff, modern and well-equipped facilities, and strict quality control and safety standards. The clinic should also provide comprehensive and personalized care, counseling, and support for the patients. The clinic should also follow the ethical and legal guidelines of the country and the profession.

Faq about ivf treatment

Choosing the embryo’s gender is illegal for IVF in Iran except for medical necessity. Gender selection for family balancing or preference is forbidden. Many countries, including Iran, are now enacting laws to regulate gender selection and strictly enforce them. It is an important step towards ensuring gender equality and protecting human rights.

A definitive link has not been found between IVF procedures and increased cancer risk. Fertility problems may increase cancer risk as well. However, some evidence still suggests a potential connection between IVF and certain types of cancer. It is important for people who have had IVF to be aware of the potential risks and follow their doctor’s recommendations for regular screening.

One complete IVF cycle spans about 3-4 weeks, from initial medications to egg retrieval, fertilization, embryo development, and uterine transfer. During retrieval, eggs from the ovaries are collected and fertilized with sperm in a laboratory setting. The resulting embryos are then transferred to the uterus and allowed to develop for several days. If the implantation is successful, pregnancy results.

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Nora
1 month ago

My sister and her husband have unfortunately been struggling with infertility for a few years now. They mentioned that they may want to look into IVF treatment to hopefully have a child, but they aren’t too familiar with the details yet. I want to help gather some information for them to understand their options.

I know they would specifically want to know about the situation in Iran since that’s where we’re originally from. So I wanted to ask some questions they had in mind. First off, is IVF technology legal to use there? I’m pretty sure it is, but just wanted to double-check since I know every country has different regulations.

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Reply to  Nora
1 month ago

Yes, you are correct that in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment is legal and available in Iran. Iran has become one of the leading countries in the Middle East for assisted reproductive technology and infertility services over the past few decades.

The government and Ministry of Health have sanctioned the use of technologies like IVF, artificial insemination, egg/sperm donation and surrogacy since the 1990s as safe and ethical options for couples struggling with infertility to build families. There are robust regulations and oversight in place to support access while ensuring patient rights and standards of care are upheld.

Today, Iran boasts over 80 dedicated fertility clinics across the country equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories, reproductive endocrinologists and embryologists trained internationally, and innovative treatment protocols personalized to each couple’s needs. Services rival top global IVF centers at a fraction of the cost for both nationals and medical tourists.