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Vithas Fertility Center

Vithas Fertility Center

0203 962 1659Vithas Perpetuo Internacional Hospital, Dr. Gómez Ulla Plaza, 15,, 03013 Alacant, Alicante, SpainSpain
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 14:00
Tuesday09:00 - 14:00
Wednesday09:00 - 14:00
Thursday09:00 - 14:00
Friday09:00 - 14:00
Saturday
Sunday
Prices from £44 - Enquire for a fast quote from Vithas Fertility Center. Outstanding ServiceScore™: 4.7 from 56 votes.

Popular Treatments

Fertility Specialist Consultation
Initial Skype Consultation with our Specialists from £44
Fertility Specialist Consultation from £106
Egg Donation from £6077
IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation from £4399
PGD - Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis from £3259
Embryo Donation from £2202
AI - Artificial Insemination from £881
Egg Freezing from £1673
ICSI - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection
IUI - Intrauterine Insemination from £881
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About Vithas Fertility Center

We could just tell you that we are one of the best assisted reproduction clinics in Spain and that you are in good hands, but we want you to get to know us better. Why? Because your trust is crucial to a successful journey to maternity, a journey that can be as emotionally challenging as it is, medically and physically. For these reasons, we want you to know that our mission is not only to deliver a treatment, but also to support you, care for your emotional well-being and place you always at the centre of the treatment decision-making process.


We are a group of professionals strongly committed to your dream of becoming a mother. We do our best to make your dream come true while ensuring that you never feel marginalized from what is happening and what directly affects you. Communication and trust are crucial to achieve our common goal.

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Accreditations

  • SEF - Sociedad Española De Fertilidad (Spain) 

Provides

Fertility

Premises

Parking

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

Clinic Services

Emergency service

Travel Services

International travel - We can help you to arrange the travel to our clinic.

Local accommodation - We can help you arrange accommodation for your time here.

Translation services

Pick up service from airport - We can help you to arrange a transfer from the airport.

Languages spoken

EnglishFrenchItalianSpanishPortuguese

Fertility

from £881
AI - Artificial Insemination

Artificial insemination is a reproduction treatment that involves the introduction of sperm in ways that are not natural in the reproductive tract of the woman with the aim of obtaining a pregnancy. To do this, the patient must have the ability to ovulate spontaneously or through treatment, and  have at least one functioning Fallopian tube. According to the case, the treatment may be carried out with the semen of the partner or a donor.

Focusing on Conjugal artificial insemination, with the partner's semen, the most  commonly used method is intrauterine insemination, which is often combined with the use of medication that stimulates the development of ovarian follicles.

The process of artificial insemination with a donor is the same as conjugal artificial insemination, just that in this case and on the basis of previously determined grounds, the semen of the donor is used to obtain pregnancy.

from £6077
Egg Donation
from £1673
Egg Freezing

The goal of preservation of fertility treatment is pregnancy, not immediately but later in the future.

This can be the best option if a woman does not wish to give up on having children but wants to postpone motherhood, or in cancer cases where chemotherapy or radiation therapy must be applied. In these cases, preservation of fertility treatment would be carried out before treatment.

One of the methods for this is freezing your eggs. This treatment involves a cycle of ovarian stimulation in order to retrieve eggs that are then frozen by a specific technique called vitrification, to then be used further down the line.

from £2202
Embryo Donation
 
Embryo Freezing

Vitrification is a technique by which tissues or cells are frozen in order to be used in the future.


Vitrification is used to preserve these samples so that they can be used in the future, either by the patient herself or the couple themselves, or so that they can be donated. In other words, the resulting embryos after an in vitro fertilisation cycle can be stored in case the patient wishes to become pregnant in the future, be donated to other women or couples, or they can be donated for research. Vitrification is used to guarantee the appropriate preservation of these embryos.



Fertility Specialist Consultation
from £106
Fertility Specialist Consultation
from £44
Initial Skype Consultation with our Specialists
from £969
FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer
 
ICSI - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is an assisted reproduction technique used in in vitro fertilisation (IVF) 

treatment by which one sperm is injected directly into an oocyte to fertilise it while improving the patient’s possibilities of becoming pregnant.

ICSI is mostly used in cases of male infertility caused by low sperm count or motility. This technique is also indicated when the semen sample was vitrified 

before its use.

from £881
IUI - Intrauterine Insemination

Artificial insemination is a reproduction treatment that involves the introduction of sperm in ways that are not natural in the reproductive tract of the woman with the aim of obtaining a pregnancy. To do this, the patient must have the ability to ovulate spontaneously or through treatment, and  have at least one functioning Fallopian tube. According to the case, the treatment may be carried out with the semen of the partner or a donor.

Focusing on Conjugal artificial insemination, with the partner's semen, the most  commonly used method is intrauterine insemination, which is often combined with the use of medication that stimulates the development of ovarian follicles.

The process of artificial insemination with a donor is the same as conjugal artificial insemination, just that in this case and on the basis of previously determined grounds, the semen of the donor is used to obtain pregnancy.

from £4399
IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation

In vitro fertilization is a technique that allows  an egg to fertilize with sperm outside the uterus for the subsequent implantation of the embryos into the uterus. This treatment offers greater guarantees of success than artificial insemination. However, the procedure is somewhat more complex.

IVF treatment is performed to get the maximum possibilities of pregnancy to very different causes of infertility, male or female such as the following:

  • Older maternal age
  • Blocked or damaged Fallopian tubes
  • Endometriosis
  • Infertility problems due to male factors
  • Unexplainable infertility
from £6077
IVF with Donor Eggs

Egg donation is indicated for older women suffering from a primary ovarian insufficiency (also known as premature ovarian failure), from a premature or surgical menopause, or for those who are carriers of genetic disorders, have repeatedly undergone unsuccessful in vitro fertilisation cycles (IVF), or who have repeatedly experienced unexplained miscarriages.


It is a process in which a fertile woman offers her eggs to another woman for purposes of reproduction. Eggs are donated by women aged between 18 and 35 years old, or by young women undergoing assisted reproduction whose oocytes are redundant in their own treatment or who just wish to donate them.

It is a completely safe technique that is used to offer patients better chances of becoming pregnant when certain problems related to ovulation are present.

from £5240
Shared Motherhood - ROPA technique

The ROPA method is one of the most innovative techniques and increasingly used today by couples of women who want to be mothers together. This technique emerges as an alternative to artificial insemination with a donor, which was the method used a few years ago for female homosexual couples.

The ROPA Method, also known as “shared maternity”, consists of carrying out an IVF/ICSI cycle in which the two women will be involved, one providing the eggs and the other woman, carrying in her womb the resulting embryo. In the first place, one of the women of the couple undergoes a stimulation and ovarian puncture from where we will obtain the eggs. On the same day of the egg retrieval, the eggs will be inseminated with the IVF or ICSI technique in assisted reproduction laboratories with a seminal donor sample. The embryos formed will be transferred to the uterus of the other woman of the couple, who will have carried a personalized endometrial preparation to guarantee implantation.

from £3259
PGD - Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) and Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) are currently the only available options for not having a child with a genetic disorder or hereditary genetic disease when assisted reproduction treatment are concerned.


PGD is used to identify a series of genetic anomalies in embryos developed for in vitro fertilisation.

This technique is used specifically when one or both parents suffer a genetic anomaly. PGD allows the embryo to be analysed to determine whether it shares the same genetic anomaly.


£2070 - £3171
PGS - Preimplantation Genetic Screening

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) and Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) are currently the only available options for not having a child with a genetic disorder or hereditary genetic disease when assisted reproduction treatment are concerned.


PGS is a genetic analysis of embryos carried out during in vitro fertilisation to detect possible anomalies related to the number of parent’s chromosomes (aneuploidy).

PGS makes it possible to select chromosomally normal embryos from all the resulting ones, ensuring the fetus does not suffer anomalies.

from £220
Sperm - FISH Analysis
from £79
Sperm Assessment
from £220
Sperm DNA Fragmentation
from £396
Sperm Freezing

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Dr Diego Mira

Job Title:
  Practice Director
Specialisations:
  Fertility Medicine
Languages:
  Spanish
Biography:
Dr Diego Mira Castaño is the general director and co-founder of Vithas Phi Fertility. Dr Mira holds a degree in Medicine and Surgery with the University of Alicante and an MBA in Hospital Administration and Management with Fundesem Business School. He has more than 20 years of experience in clinic administration and prides himself on excellence in patient care. As a result of Dr Mira’s extensive experience, he has created a series of Women’s Health programs across the province of Alicante. He has also presented communications to medical congresses and participated in the investigation of numerous clinical trials on comprehensive healthcare for women, all aimed at achieving excellence in patient treatment.

Ms Lucia Rosellon

Job Title:
  International Patient Coordinator
Languages:
  English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Biography:
With more than five years experience in the assisted reproduction sector, Lucia has trained with multinational teams focused on assistance and management of international patients. She has resided in several countries, such as Italy or Portugal and she has great communication skills and empathy with patient care and treatment. She joins our team as Head of the International Department. 

Dr Carmen Avilés

Job Title:
  Doctor
Specialisations:
  Fertility Medicine
Languages:
  English, Spanish
Biography:
Dr. Avilés has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Miguel Hernández University in Alicante. She has worked as a resident doctor of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Hospital de Albacete since 2009 and she has been working as a doctor specialized in assisted reproduction from 2010 until present in various clinics of recognized prestige. Currently she is also an associate professor on the Chair of Assisted Reproduction at the University Miguel Hernández.

Ms Elena Gonzálvez

Job Title:
  Embryologist
Specialisations:
  Embryology
Biography:
Elena Gonzálvez is a biologist with a degree from the University of Alicante. Later he specialized in Human Biology and Assisted Reproduction after obtaining a Master's in Clinical and Experimental Biology of Reproduction. She is a member of the Association for the Study of Reproductive Biology (ASEBIR) and a board-certified member of the Official College of Biologists in Valencia (COBCV ). With experience in Assisted Reproduction acquired at the university hospital La Fe in Valencia, she joined our team to offer the highest quality to our treatments.

Ms Naomi Bleackley

Job Title:
  Patient Services Manager
Languages:
  English, French, Spanish
Biography:
Naomi Bleackley has a degree in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Alicante and is fully bilingual in English and Spanish. After an internship working as an interpreter in one of our sister hospitals, she has joined our team as a Personal Health Advisor, to assist with Patient Services and International Patients.
0203 962 1659Vithas Perpetuo Internacional Hospital, Dr. Gómez Ulla Plaza, 15,, 03013 Alacant, Alicante, SpainSpain