2 Ahmed Elmlihy St. from Venny Square, Dokki, Giza, Egypt
The place where all your treatment expectations are met
Contact our customer service staff via our hotline at 19483 for inquiries and appointments.
Receive your booking confirmation message with appointment time, address, and the treating physician’s name.
For International patients, we can arrange a phone or online consultation with the treating physician.
Visit the reception
desk to set up your medical case file and unique barcode that will be your
unique identifier throughout your treatment.
Meet with the deputy to
gather your medical history and attach all test results to your medical case
Consult with the
specialist to understand the necessary tests required and determine an
appropriate treatment plan.
Meet with medical support staff to explain the required
procedures and available pricing plans.
consultation at each of the specialized clinics, as per your unique treatment
plan. These clinics include Andrology, Genetics, 4D Ultrasound, and Anesthesia.
Undergo the necessary
tests, including blood work and endoscopy procedures (if indicated by your
and consult with the medical coordinator for dosage instructions
Book your next
follow-up appointment through the hotline at 19483.
Visit the hospital
for ovulation monitoring. Blood tests and ultrasound scans will be performed to
determine the egg retrieval day.
monitoring, the male partner meets with an Andrology specialist to determine
the best method for collecting a high-quality semen sample for egg injection.
Determine the timing for the trigger shot during the final
patient consent forms.
Receive a brochure
with instructions for pre-egg retrieval preparations.
procedures with the male partner, including verifying personal identification,
marriage documentation, and consent forms.
The female partner is
prepared for the procedure in her private room.
The egg retrieval
procedure is performed under anesthesia.
The embryologist receives the eggs, and all procedures are conducted together with another embryologist to be a double witness in every procedure.
The patient is
discharged approximately two hours after retrieval, following a review of the
number of eggs retrieved, the patient is given post-retrieval instructions, and
an explanation of medication dosages from the day of retrieval until embryo
A recorded phone call
is made on the third or fifth day after retrieval to inform the patient of the
number of fertilized eggs and obtain consent for freezing, if applicable.
A recorded phone call
is made to inform the patient of the embryo transfer date.
On the scheduled
transfer day, the patient arrives with their partner and registers at the
reception desk. Ensure all required documents and consent forms are in the
The transfer procedure
is performed with or without anesthesia, based on the doctor's assessment and
the patient's preference. The doctor decides whether to transfer one or more
The doctor and the
medical coordinator review post-transfer instructions and explain the
A reminder phone call is made on the pregnancy test day through the customer service department.
The pregnancy test is conducted on the 14th day after transfer, and further steps are determined based on the result.