The Clinic of Reproductive medicine "NADIYA"

Kiev, Ukraine
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The Clinic of Reproductive medicine "NADIYA" in Ukraine


The clinic “Nadiya” was created with a completely clear and simple purpose – to make people happy. It’s team does it by using modern methods of assisted reproductive technology (ART) and prenatal diagnostics. We opened the Nadiya clinic on the 1st June 2006. Our specialists are the founders of the modern reproductive medicine in Ukraine and working in the field of Assisted Reproductive Technologies for more than 15 years.

The Clinic of Reproductive medicine "NADIYA" Area of Expertise

Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Egg Donation
Egg donation is used in cases where the ovaries do not produce their own eggs (with disfunction, malformations, premature depletion of ovarian function, menopause), and in cases of repeated unsuccessful attempts of in vitro fertilization in poor quality embryos. Egg donation is also used in the case of risk of hereditary diseases.
Reproductive Medicine
Artificial Insemination
Supporting insemination is a form of infertility treatment and can be performed by introducing a suitably prepared sperm into the female genital tract during ovulation. There are several options for supporting insemination: vaginal, intracervical, intrauterine, intratube, intrafollicular, intracavitary (in the abdominal cavity), perfusion of sperm in the fallopian tubes.

The most common form of supporting insemination is an intrauterine insemination (IUI).
IUI is a form of infertility treatment and can be performed by introducing a properly prepared sperm into the uterus during ovulation.

The procedure can be performed as in a natural menstrual cycle, and by using the inductors of superovulation.

During IUI with sperm of donor we use only cryopreserved sperm. It is acceptable to use donor sperm obtained from other institutions with donor sperm bank.

It is permitted to use only frozen / thawed donor sperm after receiving repeated (6 months after the date of sperm delivery) negative test results for HIV, syphilis and hepatitis. Using of frozen / thawed sperm allows:
  • implementation of measures to prevent transmission of HIV, syphilis, hepatitis and other infections;
  • exclude the possibility of meeting the donor and recipient.

Donor Sperm £250.00
Embryo Donation £1500.00
Embryoscope £400.00
To evaluate the quality of embryos mainly morphological method is used. Embryos are evaluated according to the following criteria - the number of blastomeres, equality and the fragmentation of blastomeres (disruption of normal blastomeres). However, this is the oldest method of assessing embryo quality but it is not perfect - it is subjective (it depends on the level of experience of embryologist), the embryo is extremely variable in its development - unsightly embryo on the 2nd day (a sort of "ugly duckling") can turn into a perfectly healthy and a very cute baby. Currently, a new method for assessing the quality of embryos is embryoscopy. Its principle is as follows - every 10-20 minutes it makes a picture of the embryo in the 7 layers, using a computer program the images are superimposed one on another and get a short video - "summary" of each embryo.
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
IVF - in vitro fertilization - treatment of infertility, in which some or all stages of conception and early embryo development are carried out outside the woman's body.

The principal indications for assisted reproductive technologies cycle are the following:
  • tubal peritoneal infertility;
  • endometriosis;
  • polycystic ovary syndrome and other hormonal forms of infertility, where you cannot achieve ovulation (release of the egg) with a help of medication;
  • immunological infertility;
  • male infertility - decreasing of quality of one or more sperm indicators: the concentration of spermatozoa in 1 ml of semen, reduction in the frequency of motile sperm, increasing the number of abnormal sperm forms;
  • unexplained infertility.
Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection (IMSI) £400.00
This method of male infertility treatment has been proposed recently. The first publications appeared in 1999 and clinical efficiency was demonstrated in 2004 by the group of scientists from Israel headed by professor B. Bartoov. The main point of the method is the preliminary selection of morphologically normal sperm before the procedure ICSI, and abbreviation IMSI (intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection) is translated as intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection.

In ordinary ICSI procedure sperm is selected under magnification of 200-400 times, which allows a rough estimate of the morphological characteristics of sperm.

The merit of the group of prof. Bartoov is in the fact that they have demonstrated a relationship between fine sperm morphology and an effectiveness of the treatment. However, for such selection it is necessary to achieve an increase of 6600 times without disturbing the life of sperm. It was revealed that under such big magnification, almost equal to electron microscopy, it is possible to detect the subtle changes in the structure of spermatozoid, and after selection the most normal spermatozoid it is possible to achieve in certain groups of patients a high frequency of pregnancy and low frequency of spontaneous abortion.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
The word "ICSI" (ICSI) is derived from the reduction of the first letters of the English phrase Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection, which translates literally as "the introduction of sperm into the oocyte cytoplasm." This procedure is performed usually in the cases of severe forms of male infertility in which the fertilizing capacity of sperm is significantly reduced.
  • Indications for ICSI method are the following:
  • azoospermia - no sperm in the ejaculate;
  • oligozoospermy - reduced sperm concentration of less than 2 million. /ml;
  • Asthenozoospermia- less than 1million active movingspermn 1mlof ejaculate;
  • teratozoospermiya- less than5%of normalstructured sperm;
  • Combined pathology of sperm (possible different combinations of changings in the concentration, moving activity and structure of spermatozoids which significantly reduces a semen fertilizing capacity more than other kinds of dysfunctions in isolated state).
  • The presence of antispermatozoal antibodies (MAR-test more 50%) in ejaculate which are an obstacle for a natural fertilization even in the cases of normal concentration of spermatozoids
  • An absence or unsatisfactory results of an ovum fertilization in previous attempt of in vitro
  • A woman's age is no more than 38 years old.
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
Preimplantation (pre-implantation) genetic diagnosis (Preimplantation Genetic Diagnostics - PGD) allows the analysis of a human embryo for the presence of the most common aneuploidia (chromosomal abnormalities) before implantation of the embryo in the uterus (after IVF and ICSI). This technique is widely used in the world IVF-clinics in order to prevent the appearance of severe chromosomal / genetic abnormalities, which today can be diagnosed by PGD. In PGD, one or two cells (blastomeres) are extracted from each fertilized 6-8 cell embryo three days after fertilization. The biopsy could be provided in the blastocyst stage of embryo development and it names trophoectodermal biopsy in this case. The core of blastomeres containing the chromosome analyzed using a homologous test with a fluorescent label. Colored fluorescent spots reveal the presence or absence of certain chromosomes. Indications for PGD:
  • Woman's age more than 40 years;
  • Severe male infertility;
  • Repeated miscarriages;
  • Multiple implantation failures;
  • Sex selection, including the presence of a sex-related diseases;
  • Balanced chromosomal translocation.

The Clinic of Reproductive medicine "NADIYA" Personnel

Valery
Dr Valery Zukin
Director
Dr.Zukin finished medical school in 1979 and worked as a consultant in genetics receiving his doctorate in this subject in 1991. He worked in the field of IVF from 1992 onwards and managed an embryology laboratory. From 1999 for 2005, he was general director of the “Isida” clinic. The author of 17 scientific works. He is Vice-President of the Ukrainian Association for Reproductive Medicine and a member of European Society of a Reproduction and Embryology.
Viktor
Dr Viktor Veselovskyy
Obstetrician and gynaecologist | Medical Director
He graduated from the M.Ghorkogo Donetsk Medical University and since 1984, he has been working in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology. From 1986, he has specialised in ultrasound diagnostics and from 1992 has worked in the field of reproductive medicine. Prior to heading our clinic, he was head of the IVF department in the “Isida” Clinic. He is an author of 12 scientific works. Member of the Ukrainian Association of Reproductive Medicine (UARM), the American Association of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the European Society Reproductology and Embryology (ESHRE) as well as being active in the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISUOG). He represents Ukraine in the IVF-monitoring consortium of the European Society of Reproductology and Embryology.
Iryna
Prof Iryna Sudoma
Scientific Director
She has experience of more than 22 years in obstetrics and gynaecology and has been working in the field of reproductive medicine since 1996. She studied at the Kiev National Medical Institute, most recently working as scientific director in the “Isida” Clinic. She is an author of 25 scientific works and monographs, and in 2006, received a doctorate on the problems of reproductive technologies.
Yuliya
Dr Yuliya Masliy
Obstetrician-gynaecologist
Having more than four years experience in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology, she has been working in the field of reproductive medicine for around 3 years. The author of 5 scientific works and a graduate of the O.O.Bogomoltsa National Medical Institute. Member of the Ukrainian Association of Reproductive Medicine (UARM) and the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE).
Alla
Dr Alla Baranenko
Obstetrician-gynaecologist
She has an experience in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology of more than 5 years and has been working in the field of reproductive medicine for around 3 years. A graduate of the Kiev National medical university, she is the author of 5 scientific works. A specialist since 2001, she has worked in the field of reproductive medicine since 2003. Member of the Ukrainian Association of Reproductive Medicine (UARM) and the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology
Oksana
Dr Oksana Plakhotna
Obstetrician-gynaecologist
She graduated from the Ivano-Frankovskyy Academy and received qualifications in obstetrics and gynaecology. She has worked as a specialist since 1997 and in the field of reproductive medicine since 2006. Member of the Ukrainian Association of Reproductive Medicine (UARM) and the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE).
Oleksiy
Dr Oleksiy Solovyov
Obstetrician-gynaecologist
A graduate of the M.Ghorkogo Donetsk Medical Institute, he has worked in the gynaecological field since 1989. He is a highly qualified doctor specialising in ultrasound diagnostics. He is one of the leading members of a group seeking to create the Russian Association of Doctors in Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Paediatrics and also is a member in Ukrainian Association of Experts in Genetics and Gynaecology and the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISUOG). He has a certificate from the Foetal Medicine Foundation.
Lyudmila
Dr Lyudmila Semenyuk
Embryologist
Working in this field more than 12 years, she is highly qualified in the field of reproductive technology – IVF, ICSI, cryoconservation of embryos, etc. She has undertaken work experience at the Karolinska University in Stockholm, Sweden. Member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE).
Viktor
Mr Viktor Nagorny
Embryology | Embryologist
Master’s degree, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv in 2004. He subsequently, studied as Ph.D student in the Institute of Cell Biology of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He has been occupied in clinical embryology since 2009 and is qualified in all current techniques of in-vitro fertilisation, embryo culture, transfer and cryopreservation. He was trained in vitrification of embryos and oocytes at the IVF clinics of Belgium and Spain. He is the member and author of presentations at the meetings of scientific societies (PGDIS, ESHRE, UARM, RAHR). Since 2014 he holds Msc in Clinical embryology from University of Leeds (UK).
Pavel
Mr Pavel Mazur
Embryologist
Graduated from biological faculty of the National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev. Has a certificate of Unisense FertiliTech (Denmark) to work with the Embryoscope. Priority Area: the embryoscopy. Member of international conferences on Reproductive Medicine (ASRM RAP).