Approximately every fifth couple in fertile age in Finland has experienced involuntary infertility.
Infertility describes the situation when pregnancy has not been induced within a year after ending contraception, even though there has been regular intercourse. Infertility can be caused by disorders as often in women (e.g. fallopian tube disorders) as in men (e.g. sperm disorders). Unhealthy ways of life, such as heavy smoking and alcohol use, and some primary diseases can lead to decreased fertility.
The assisted reproduction unit in Tyks offers infertility treatment to heterosexual couples who have, in a cohabitation or marriage, actively attempted pregnancy for at least a year. From 1st of January 2020 also female couples and single women will be able to get infertility treatment
We are the only hospital in Finland that offers surgical treatment to infertile men.
About one fifth of all Finnish couples of fertile age are involuntarily childless. There are also numerous independent women who desire maternity. Are you the one to help these people fulfil their dreams?
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