• Free consultation with a manager. At this step,  we get to know you and your needs and gather your medical information to confirm the diagnosis. 
  • Typically, you need to visit the clinic two-three times during the whole treatment: for the consultation (online or offline), sampling of the endometrial tissue, and the injection. The latter usually takes place on the 21st day after the sampling.
  • Keep calm :-). We are here to help you with all medical and non-medical related arrangements during the whole process. 

The material sampling is done by using endometrial biopsy in the proliferative phase of the cycle. It is a painless procedure that lasts less than two hours.

After the biopsy procedure, there will be prepared a therapeutic dose of your stem cells in the clinic’s own laboratory. They will be grown from your own sample and tested before the injection phase. Usually, the production period takes up to 21 days.

The inner lining of the uterus (the endometrium) goes through three phases during the typically 28 day menstrual cycle: the menstrual phase (days 1-5), the proliferative phase (days 6-14) and the secretory phase (days 15-28)

Your doctor will return your own propagated and tested stem cells back to the uterus. This stimulates the regeneration process. The procedure is painless and takes up to 2 hours.

If there are no other causes of infertility in both partners, your pregnancy can occur in one cycle naturally or as a result of IVF, even with the experience of previous unsuccessful attempts. You can choose the IVF program at our partner clinic without changing the reproductive doctor.

No, it can’t. It’s a scientifically proven fact that this type of stem cell doesn’t have the potential for transformation into tumors. It is important to understand that your own stem cells are an integral part of you. They “repair” your endometrium on a daily basis — this is a natural process. We only increase the regeneration capacity.

Unfortunately, no. The use of endometrial stem cells can stimulate the endometrium to grow and function in a situation where the endometrium does not grow and does not perform its functions. Thus, endometriosis is a disease characterized by an excess of the endometrium.