Future Mom & Dad

There are several conditions and reasons why a couple may find it difficult to conceive. However, in many cases, these conditions are reversible. Learn about all the treatments we offer for couples who are trying to conceive a baby.   

Fertility Treatments for Couples 

We offer several types of fertility treatments and solutions, tailored to your personal condition, medical history, context, and needs, which will help you and your partner grow your family.


In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

In Vitro Fertilization is an advanced assisted reproduction technology that involves the combination of eggs and sperm in a laboratory environment and their subsequent transfer to the uterus. IVF can be a highly effective fertility treatment for couples who have difficulty conceiving naturally.

Ovulation Induction

Ovulation Induction

The ovulation induction process is usually carried out by using medications that regulate the reproductive hormones in the body. OI can be helpful for women who have difficulty ovulating naturally and can increase their chances of conception.


Artificial Insemination

This fertility treatment, also known as intrauterine insemination, consists of placing the sperm directly into the woman's uterus during ovulation. This procedure helps to increase the chances of fertilization and pregnancy by avoiding possible obstacles that may prevent the sperm from reaching the egg.

egg donation

Egg Donation

Egg donation involves the use of donated eggs to create embryos in a laboratory. These embryos are then transferred to the recipient's uterus, where they can implant and grow into a healthy baby. The process involves three stages: donor selection, endometrial preparation, and embryo transfer.


Our high success rates give proof of our experience helping single women, couples, and families to conceive. This is what our patients say about their experience at Panama Fertility.  Find testimonials from other couples in your situation and the techniques we use for patients like you.

United States

Marybeth & Steve

Our journey had been a long one and unsuccessful trying to get pregnant. We decided to visit a fertility clinic near where we live, and it wasn't the experience we were looking for. I mentioned the idea of medical tourism and we found Panama Fertility. Some of the reasons we decided to choose Panama Fertility is the cost difference. We made a virtual appointment with the clinic, and we felt very comfortable with the doctor. He explained how the whole process could work, we could live in South Florida and just travel for the treatments. However we had been working from home, and decided to move to Panama. Loved the people, loved the country. And it's a much nicer lifestyle at a fraction of the price. Everybody in the clinic has been very friendly. And now we're looking forward to our success story.
Costa Rica

Rebeca & Jonathan

After 11 years of marriage and three years without success, we knew something was wrong. Despite visiting specialists and undergoing tests, we never received a conclusive answer. Eventually, we gave up on the idea of becoming parents. However, during the pandemic, we decided to explore our options and discovered Panama Fertility. From the first visit, we received a clear plan and felt supported by Dr. Mario Vega, who was always accessible. The process was relaxed, and to our surprise, we conceived on the first try. The clinic's supportive atmosphere relieved all our stress. The level of professionalism and customer service is exceptional. We wholeheartedly recommend Panama Fertility.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any doubts or questions about our fertility programs? Find answers to your questions in this section.

What is the difference between IVF, artificial insemination, and IVF with egg donors?

IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) involves the fertilization of eggs and sperm outside the body, followed by the transfer of resulting embryos into the uterus. Artificial insemination, also known as intrauterine insemination (IUI), involves placing prepared sperm directly into the uterus to enhance the chances of fertilization. IVF with egg donors is similar to traditional IVF but involves using donated eggs from a third-party donor to create embryos.

How do we determine whether IVF, artificial insemination, or IVF with egg donors is the right choice for us?

The most appropriate treatment option will depend on several factors, such as the underlying causes of infertility, the woman's age, the quality and quantity of sperm, and any previous fertility treatments attempted. Our fertility specialists can assess your situation, conduct necessary tests, and provide recommendations based on your circumstances.

What are the success rates for IVF, artificial insemination, and IVF with egg donors?

Success rates can vary depending on various factors, including the woman's age, the quality of sperm and eggs, the expertise of the fertility clinic, and the specific treatment options chosen. Generally, IVF success rates are higher than those of artificial insemination. IVF with egg donors can offer higher success rates for couples where the woman's egg quality or quantity is a limiting factor. Our fertility specialists can provide more specific success rate information based on your circumstances.

Are there any risks or side effects associated with these treatments?

Like any medical procedure, IVF, artificial insemination, and IVF with egg donors carry certain risks and potential side effects. These can include multiple pregnancies, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), ectopic pregnancy, bleeding, infection, or psychological stress. It's essential to discuss potential risks and side effects with your fertility specialist, who will provide you with detailed information and address any concerns you may have.

How do we find a suitable egg donor?

If you are considering IVF with egg donors, we will guide you through finding a suitable egg donor from our Egg Donor database, which includes over 100 egg donors that have been extensively studied according to FDA regulations. 

What are the emotional and psychological aspects of these treatments?

Fertility treatments can be emotionally challenging for couples. The process may involve feelings of stress, anxiety, disappointment, or grief, especially if multiple attempts are required. It's crucial to communicate openly with your partner, seek emotional support from family, friends, or support groups, and consider counseling services specializing in fertility-related concerns. Panama Fertility offers counseling services to help individuals and couples navigate the emotional aspects of these treatments.

Do you need more information?

Our team of fertility specialists is glad to answer all of your questions and will review in detail your medical history to offer you personalized solutions. Do not hesitate to contact us, we are happy to help you to achieve parenthood.