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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

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In Vitro Fertilization
Treatment & Procedure

IVF in Mexico


IVF in Mexico

Under the expert care of Dr. Alejandro Castillo Peláez, the IVF journey is tailored and comprehensive.

  • Online consultation.
  • Comprehensive fertility assessment.
  • Personalized treatment strategy.
  • Ovarian stimulation preparation.
  • Regular appointments and monitoring.
  • Egg retrieval and fertilization.
  • Embryo culture and selection.
  • Embryo transfer and follow-up.
  • Continued support and counseling.

Start your journey to parenthood with IVF in Mexico.

IVF in Mexico
Wide range of options

Personalized IVF Plans

Personalized IVF Plans

Numerous IVF options available, including donor and semen donation, sex selection and genetic testing, among many others.

  • Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
  • Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT-A).
  • Egg and semen donation.
  • Testicular biopsy (PESE/TESE).
  • Assisted Hatching.
Personalized IVF Plans
Financial planning

Cost Breakdown

Cost Breakdown

Apart from a very competitive base cost, discounts of up to 20% are available for additional IVF cycles and frozen embryo transfers.

  • Online consultation.
  • Blood tests (if needed).
  • Appointments, monitoring, ICSI, egg puncture, egg retrieval, embryo culture, fresh embryo transfer and cryopreservation of remaining embryos.
  • Stimulation medication.

Total cost: $6,500 USD to $9,500 USD.

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Patient stories and testimonials

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Timeline for IVF in Mexico

Here's what your IVF schedule might look like. Keep in mind that some steps may vary depending on your specific needs and situation.

1 Dr. Alejandro Castillo Peláez

Online consultation

Meet Dr. Alejandro Castillo Peláez, discuss the objectives, the details of the procedure and any preliminary questions you may have.

2 Secure your starting date

Secure your starting date

When you are ready to move forward, book your procedure and your first visit at the clinic, Dr. Castillo Peláez will then give you all the necessary information and documents so you can be perfectly prepared.

3 Travel and accommodation

Travel and accommodation

The time has come to finalize your travel plans. Most of our international patients will use sites like Expedia, Booking.com and Airbnb.com to book flights and accommodations.

4 Start the birth control protocol

Start the birth control protocol

Start the contraceptive protocol according to Dr. Castillo Peláez's instructions, which have already been provided and clearly explained to you.

5 First visit at the clinic

First visit at the clinic

On your first visit to the clinic, you will be able to pay for the procedure and the stimulation medication, have blood tests and ultrasound done if necessary and leave a semen sample.

6 Start of ovarian stimulation

Start of ovarian stimulation

You'll be taking daily injections that help your ovaries produce multiple eggs. This part of the process usually goes on for about 8 to 14 days.

7 Monitoring


Follow-up ultrasound to monitor response to the ovarian stimulation. This can be done at the clinic in Mexico or locally if you are taking the medication prior to coming to Mexico.

8 Final maturation injection

Final maturation injection

You'll be taking the trigger shot to help eggs mature before the retrieval. This is usually done around 36 hours before the procedure.

9 Egg retrieval procedure

Egg retrieval procedure

You'll be under sedation for a quick, minimally invasive procedure, guided by ultrasound, to gently collect eggs from your ovaries.

10 Embryo fertilization and culture

Embryo fertilization and culture

Your eggs will be fertilized with sperm in the lab and cultured to develop into embryos for transfer.

11 Cryogenic preservation

Cryogenic preservation

Cryopreservation of surplus embryos that demonstrate optimal developmental characteristics, ensuring their viability for future transfers.

12 Embryo(s) transfer

Embryo(s) transfer

Time for the big day. Your optimal embryo(s) exhibiting superior morphological characteristics will be meticulously selected for uterine transfer, with the objective of achieving successful implantation and pregnancy.

13 Rest for a day, then back home

Rest for a day, then back home

After a day of rest, you'll be ready and safe to fly back home. This short recovery ensures a smooth and risk-free return to your routine.

Frequently asked questions & facts

We understand that you have many questions about IVF and how everything will take place in Mexico City. Here are some answers to your questions before going forward with a consultation.

Who should consider IVF?
IVF is recommended for individuals and couples facing various fertility issues, including blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, male factor infertility, ovulation disorders, and unexplained infertility, as well as for those who have not had success with other fertility treatments.
What are the steps involved in an IVF cycle?
An IVF cycle typically involves ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, fertilization in the lab, embryo culture, and embryo transfer. Medications are used to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs. Once mature, the eggs are retrieved and fertilized with sperm. The embryos are then monitored for growth before being transferred to the uterus.
How long does an IVF cycle take?
A complete IVF cycle can take about three weeks from the start of ovarian stimulation to the embryo transfer. However, the process can extend over a longer period if the cycle includes steps like freezing embryos or using additional treatments such as genetic testing.
Can IVF be used with donor eggs or sperm?
Yes, IVF can be performed using donor eggs, donor sperm, or both. This is an option for individuals and couples who may not be able to use their own eggs or sperm due to various reasons.
Are fertility treatments available to international patients?
Indeed, fertility treatments are readily accessible to international patients, with Dr. Castillo Peláez specializing in serving patients from around the globe.
I am interested, what is the first step?
If you are interested, the very first step is to attend an online consultation with Dr. Castillo Peláez. He will explain all the details of the procedure and answer any questions you may have. It is usually done over Google Meet.
Does Dr. Castillo Peláez speak English?
Yes, absolutely. He speaks both Spanish and English.
What type of stimulation medication will be used?
In order to have a maximum number of follicles and eggs for a fertility procedure, the woman is stimulated by injections of medication to develop multiple follicles. Pergoveris, Gonal-f, Merional and Merapur are popular options that could be prescribed to you. The injections are usually performed by the woman or her partner.
Do fertility medications pose health risks?
Fertility drugs are safe, backed by over 30 years of research and successful application.
Which airport is closest to Dr. Castillo Peláez's clinic?
The Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is about 20 minutes from the clinic.
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