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    johanna

    I would advise you to visit the official website of the clinic. You may find the list of the health tests they require for their DE IVF there. You may even find there the samples of the contracts they offer their clients to sign up. As far as I remember, I did several blood and hormone tests. They also require to do several ultrasound checks. My hubby did a sperm test. However, it’s better for you to visit their official website and check the list there.

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    katya

    I quite understand you, dear. Yes, it’s really very painful when you can’t conceive naturally… As for the tests, I would recommend you to visit their official website. You can find the list of the tests they require there. As far as I remember, I did several hormone and blood tests. I also had several ultrasound checks. My hubby did a sperm test.

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    johanna

    I quite understand what you mean, Kyala. I think the list of the tests they require is quite standard. You may visit their official website and find the list of tests they require there. As far as I remember, I did several blood tests. They also required me to do an ultrasound check up. My hubby also had to do a sperm test. It turned to be quite ok. You may also surf some information on the internet.

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