FIV Center Madrid is an infertility clinic in Spain that provides infertility and IVF treatment in Spain for medical tourists from around the world, including patients from the UK.
FIV Center Madrid
FIV Center Madrid is a specialised clinic in reproductive medicine. FIV Center was founded in 1998 by Dr. Jose Luis Caballero Diaz. It has always focused principally on reproductive medicine and its application through the most advanced treatments, without ever forgetting the most important part of the process: you, the person.
At FIV Center, they understand that the problem of infertility has a crucial human aspect, and that treating it does not merely mean a routine application of techniques. The staff at FIV Center understand that each situation is different and deserves special attention.
At FIV Center, they are aware of the effects that the discovery of fertility problems can have on the couple in question. It is their aim, therefore, to offer solutions in the shortest possible time, to inform and to attend to the patients in the most personal way possible by resolving their doubts at all times and putting all necessary means, both human and technical, at their disposal. All this is done in an atmosphere of trust and warmth.
FIV Center believe that this is the best and only way to achieve pregnancy and the birth of a healthy child.
Infertility treatment philosophy
The FIV Center philosophy, centres on offering high quality service through excellent personal treatment with specific and personalised solutions backed up by leading-edge technology. The starting point of their method is the analysis of the couple during an initial consultation. The resulting diagnosis leads to a specific line of treatment, which is implemented and followed closely by the same doctor who then evaluates the results. Working with the most advanced equipment of its kind, FIV Center can guarantee the best possible results at the lowest levels of risk.
Finally, they emphasize that, unlike other centres, each course of treatment is initiated and completed by the same doctor.
At present, the problem of infertility affects 15-20% of all couples in developed countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies it as an illness, and as such people who suffer from it have the right to treatment.
By Spanish law, all women have the right to access assisted reproduction techniques, irrespective of whether or not they have a partner. Women who do not have a partner and who wish to have a child can therefore use a sperm sample from a donor to achieve pregnancy. The most effective assisted reproduction technique in such cases will be determined in a detailed study of each woman going for treatment.
In many cases, straightforward artificial insemination without any prior treatment is the most suitable course of action.