According to the generally accepted definition, we define sterility (infertility) as a failure to achieve pregnancy despite regular intercourse for more than 1 year.

Undoubtedly, it is not necessary to wait for a year to obtain medical advice, especially when factors or clinical suspicions already exist that could represent a sterility risk. These may include cycle disorders, previous inflammation of the genital area or surgery.

If such factors are present, simple diagnostics and an equally simple and discrete therapy can often help to achieve the goal of pregnancy.
If you introduce yourself to us, this does not mean that you immediately sink into a “bunch of intervening treatments”. There are often simple therapies available that pave the way to pregnancy, even if they take longer than more “intervening” or “invasive” treatments such as artificial insemination.

It is up to you, the patient, to decide which treatment leads to the desired result and for which you need and want our help. Our role is to use our years of experience to help you find the treatment path that is tailored to your needs. However, such a treatment must be sensible and promising, especially if the health insurance company, and thus all other insured persons, are to participate in covering the costs of this treatment.

We offer a recommendation, make a treatment offer and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each therapy. You decide what is done!