The CMR of Turin is an independent assisted reproduction clinic which has been operating in the field of reproductive medicine and infertility for over twenty years now, combining the vast of experience of human reproduction specialists with continuous collaboration with prestigious institutions from Europe and beyond with the aim of researching and applying innovative methodologies and technological support.
Our philosophy DOES NOT foresee standard treatments. We believe it is fundamentally important to maximise the personalisation of the entire programme and to provide all the necessary support to patients as quickly as possible, with flexibility and professionalism. This is how we strive to achieve the common aim: a birth..
At our clinic we are able to perform, on an outpatient basis (with the exception of the laparoscopy, which requires hospitalisation), all fertility diagnosis male or female, as well as assisted homologous and heterologous fertility treatments, including IUI, IVF, ICSI, PESA and TESA, the PGT (Preimplantation Genetic Test), the GCT (Genetic CompatibilityTest), the ERA test, the Endometriome and the most advanced Non-Invasive Prenatal Tests. (NIPT).
Direct access to treatments is guaranteed WITH NO WAITING LISTS
CMR is a private clinic and is not affiliated with the Italian national health service. It is listed on the National Medically Assisted Reproduction Register of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (ISS).
The quality of our work has been certified in accordance with UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 regulations, certification n° 16510, as well as by the National Transplant Centre and the Region of Piedmont.
On our website you will be able to find out more about all the available medically assisted fertility treatments, diagnostic tests and genetic tests.
Our clinic is able to perform all diagnostic tests relating to male and female infertility, the most advanced medically assisted reproduction treatments, both homologous and heterologous, either 1st (IUI) or 2nd level (IVF-ICSI-PESA-TESA) as well as the Preimplantation Genetic Test (PGT), the Genetic Compatibility Test (GCT), theERA Test, theEndometriome and the latest Non-Invasive Prenatal Tests (NIPT).
Specialist gynaecological examinations are also available to fertile women, as well as check-ups during pregnancy and hysteroscopic procedures.Find out more
Heterologous fertilisation is a fertility treatment which is accessible to those couples with irreversible infertility problems.
This treatment foresees the application of assisted fertilisation techniques in which gametes (sperm, eggs or both) orginating from an individual from outside the couple are used, i.e. provided by a donor.
It is a heterologous fertilisation programm (egg donation and double donation) which consists of transferring cryopreserved embryos to the blastocyst stage, an advanced technique which leads to a higher probability of achieving a full-term pregnancy. Our programme guarantees the generation of at least 2 blastocysts.Find out more
Our success rates are in line with the best assisted fertility clinics in Europe.
Our data refers to full-term pregnancies or those preganancies currently at an advanced stage.
We have intentionally omitted those pregnancies which did not result in a birth, thus distinguishing ourselves from those clinics that publish results relating to total pregnancies, including miscarriage.
This decision has been taken in order to make couples aware of the real probability of taking home a baby after a single cycle of IVF-ICSI treatment.
The CMR offers personalised nutritional consultation with the aim of improving the couple's fertility and probability of success.
A healthy diet can help increase the probabilty of achieving a positive result from the Medically Assisted Reproduction programme.
CMR can boast collaboration with a team of professionals who are experts in the field of reproductive medicine and biology. They will accompany you throughout your personalised programme, coordinated by Dott. Maurizio Sodano director of the clinic.Find out more
CMR staff remain by your side through the activation of a FREE ONLINE CONSULTATION facility, which will respond to all your doubts, with the aim of establishing an initial approach and beginning an important programme together.
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RESULTS OBTAINED BY THE CMR CLINIC:
DATA REFERS TO THE NUMBER OF BIRTHS ACHIEVED
REFFERING TO THE NUMBER OF BIRTHS ACHIEVED
REFERRING TO THE NUMBER OF PREGNANCIES AND NOT TO THE NUMBER OF BIRTHS ACHIEVED
There will be an initial meeting at the CMR, during which there will be an informal interview with one of our experts in Reproductive Medicine, before moving onto the medical examination.
This will be a specialist gynaecological examination with a transvaginal ultrasound, followed by immediate consultation for an analysis of the results.
If you are already in possession of recent test results it is a good idea to bring them to the initial meeting in order to have a more complete picture before undertaking the medical examination.
The medical examination lasts for about an hour, but every case is different and times can vary.
In 1998, CMR's medically assisted reproduction laboratory adopted the policy of embryo culture to the blastocyst stage and was among the first in Turin and in Piedmont to employ time-lapse technology.
This requires a fundamental element for the survival of the embryo being grown in vitro, namely, an incubator.
The GERI incubator provides a complete solution for embryo incubation. Indeed, it allows embryo development to be observed undisturbed thanks to an integrated high-resolution videocamera in each of the six incubation chambers.
Such avant-garde technology reduces stress on the embryos to a minimum and guarantees optimal conditions for their growth, maximising the probability of achieving pregnancy.
The CMR was the first assisted reproduction clinic in Piedmont to embark on the path of preimplantation genetic diagnosis since it was was readmitted by the Constitutional Court.
This procedure involves in-vitro fertilisation and subsequent genetic analysis of the embryos, so as to increase the chances of obtaining a healthy child.
To date, it allows embryonic health to be evaluated in all couples undergoing in vitro fertilisation, even if they are not carriers of genetic diseases. It also makes it possible to identify the presence of monogenic diseases or chromosomal alterations in embryos at very early stages of development, generated in vitro by couples at high reproductive risk before implantation in the uterus.
There are various forms of application for the Preimplantation Genetic Test:
PGT-A (formerly called PGS) allows embryonic health to be evaluated and is accessible to all couples wishing to know the health status of the embryos to be transferred. In these cases, the choice of embryos to be transferred into the uterus is based not only on their morphology but also on theirchromosomal framework, allowing the transfer of chromosomally normal embryos with a high potential of leading to birth. To date it is the most commonly performed procedure and an increasing number of couples are requesting it.
PGT-M (formerly PGD) applicable when there is a high risk within the couple of transmitting a specific genetic disease (e.g. cystic fibrosis, Beta Thalassaemia) to its children.
Following analysis, embryos unaffected by the genetic disorder can then be transferred into the uterus.
To date, diagnostic protocols exist for over 200 monogenic, autosomal dominant, recessive or X-chromosome-related diseases.
Genetic pathologies that are very common in Italy, in which PGT-M has a valid application, include: Beta-Thalassaemia, Sickle Cell Anaemia, Haemophilia A and B, Duchenne-Becker Muscular Dystrophy, Myotonic Dystrophy, Cystic Fibrosis, Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and X-Fragile Syndrome.
PGT-SR on the other hand, allows the detection of structural chromosome abnormalities caused by the incorrect breaking or joining of chromosome segments, ultimately causing disease. There are many types of structural alterations: translocations, deletions, duplications, insertions, ring chromosomes or inversions.
Assisted reproduction is a set of various types of techniques, either medical or surgical, that can lead to conception and full term pregnancies in cases of sterility or infertility.
Unfortunately, in recent years, these have become increasingly common problems, and they are influenced not only by physical but also by psychological factors. Our centre has long been involved in accompanying couples in the difficult search for an often long-awaited and deeply desired pregnancy.
The first step is to identify the particular causes that prevent conception and implement therapies aimed at curing them.
The diagnosis is carried by doctors at the clinic following specific examinations.
In the event that is not possible to successfully treat the affected organ, the most suitable assisted reproduction tehniques are studied according to the specific problem.
The C.M.R. performs various 1st and 2nd level medically assisted reproduction treatments.
The term assisted fertilisation or artificial fertilisation often refers to intrauterine insemination (IUI).
Assisted or artificial fertilisation refers to all procedures aimed at starting a pregnancy in the absence of sexual intercourse..
So in the context of whichever term we use, the following techniques are included: IUI, IVF, ICSI, PESA, TESA
The quality of our work has been certified in accordance with UNI EN ISO 9001:2015, certification n° 16510, by the National Transplant Centre and the Region of Piedmont.