The Centre for Medically Assisted Reproduction at the Clinique des Grangettes performs about 200 in-vitro fertilisations (IVF) per year, making it one of the largest and friendliest in all of Switzerland.
In-vitro fertilisation A long way
Infertility is a difficult condition, especially if parents really want to have children. Increasingly, couples are opting for in-vitro fertilisation. To support them, the Centre for Medically Assisted Reproduction at the Clinique des Grangettes has put together a multidisciplinary team, including specialised gynaecologists, biologists, andrologists and psychologists). It also acts as a centre of research into infertility. Its goal is to simplify as much as possible the long journey to in-vitro fertilisation for couples who have made that choice.
Adapting to the couples and their needs
The advantage of the MAR at the Grangettes is that it provides personalised care of the couple by a specialised physician. Each gynaecologist at the Centre also has his or her own office in town. Furthermore, our specialists in reproductive medicine have knowledge not only of gynaecology, but of psychology and endocrinology as well, which simplifies the procedure and reduces the number of doctors involved. Indeed, in-vitro fertilisation does raise many questions with couples choosing this method, and our doctors need to broach the subject with lots of tact and sensitivity, including at times of doubt and high emotion. Each year, over 200 couples rely on the Clinique des Grangettes to offer them support on their way to medically assisted reproduction.