Ginefiv Clinic
Infertility clinic in Madrid, Spain

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Established in 1987 in Madrid, Ginefiv are pioneers in IVF treatments in Spain. They provide a range of infertility and assisted reproduction treatments including: artificial insemination, IVF, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), intracytoplasmic morphologically-selected sperm injection (IMSI), magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS), preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and egg donation.

Ginefiv, with over 25 years of experience, is a point of reference at European level in the field of assisted reproduction, both for couples wishing to have a child and for professionals that entrust patients to their care once a fertility problem is detected.

Ginefiv is made up by a team of over 80 professionals specialising in different fields and led by Dr. Bajo Arenas, which makes them one of the biggest and most complete clinics in Spain offering the best assisted reproduction treatment for each fertility problem, with a global and integrated perspective.

Having a clinic of these characteristics and a culture of innovation supported by their Foundation allows them not only to be at the forefront of assisted reproduction but also to make progress.

Ever since the beginning Ginefiv have been pioneers in the application of new techniques both in Madrid and in Spain. In 1988 their work led to the birth of the first baby resulting from the use of a frozen embryo in Madrid, to the birth of the first baby conceived through an Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection in 1996 and, more recently, to the birth of the first baby conceived through IMSI in 2007. Thanks to this, at Ginefiv they are able to offer patients the latest advances in assisted reproduction.

The assisted reproduction team treats the largest number of cases in the Community of Madrid and combines its 25 year experience with its daily practice, using the latest medical technology and advances in assisted reproduction. This allows them to offer patients the maximum guarantee of success in each fertility treatment performed. Moreover, since they are aware of the importance of having, and proving they offer the best quality conditions, Ginefiv has been one of the first clinics in Spain to meet the requirements specified by ISO and SEP (Excellence in Private Health).

Assisted reproduction treatments in Madrid

Artificial insemination (AI)

Sperm is placed into the uterus in order to coincide with ovulation. AI is recommended when there are sperm defects, difficulties during sexual intercourse, female infertility factors or unexplained sterility.

In vitro fertilization (IVF)

IVF is a complex technique which involves:

  • Ovarian stimulation
  • Egg retrieval
  • Fertilisation
  • Embryo transfer

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)

Also known as microinjection, ICSI is a variant of IVF whereby the sperm is injected directly into the egg.

Intracytoplasmic morphologically-selected sperm injection (IMSI)

A modern, innovative technique also called super ISCI because the sperm are screened prior to injection into the egg.

Magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS)

The MACS technique enables the separation of healthy sperm, which may be used IUI treatments, as well as in IVF or IVF-ICSI cycles.

Egg donation

Donor eggs are fertilised with the semen in a laboratory. The recipient undergoes medical treatment to prepare her uterus for the implantation of the embryos, which are placed in the uterus by means of an embryo transfer.

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)

PGD is a new method of Prenatal Diagnosis. It makes it possible to detect possible chromosomal or genetic abnormalities in embryos obtained through In Vitro Fertilisation before they are transferred into the uterus, thereby avoiding the transfer of embryos with those disorders.

Ginefiv EmbryoScope


The Embryoscope at Ginefiv is an IVF incubator that features an integrated camera for automated time-lapse imaging. This enables the staff at Ginefiv to monitor the fertilized embryos from conception until the time of transfer, without removing them from the safe environment of the incubator.

This creates more stable conditions under which the embryos are incubated, and as a result increases chances for a successful pregnancy.

Moreover, by providing more data regarding the embryos, the EmbryoScope optimises embryo selection, by allowing the detection of morphological abnormalities that otherwise might go unnoticed.


Liability insurance: Yes
Limit of indemnity: £0.00


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