During the summer our clinics will be closed as follows: Ovumia Fertinova Jyväskylä 21st of June – 31st of July Ovumia Fertinova Helsinki 1st of July – 14th of July Ovumia Fertinova Tampere 8th of July – 28th of July With urgent matters you can contact the clinic that is open. Between 8th…
“Why do we always have to talk about this?” This is a question that many patients ask when an infertility doctor brings up overweight and the need to lose weight at the surgery. It is an understandable and human reaction. Someone invades a patient’s privacy while the debate about the health risks associated with being…
During the summer months our clinics will be closed as follows: Ovumia Fertinova Helsinki: 2.-22.7. Ovumia Fertinova Tampere: 9.-29.7. Ovumia Fertinova Jyväskylä: 22.6.-31.7.
Our clinics are all closed May 1st and May 10th because of the national holidays in Finland. On other days we will be at your service normally. Ovumia Fertinova wishes you happy spring time!
Our infertility story began back in 2006 when we started trying for a baby. A year later in March 2007 my husband and I made an appointment at the Ava-klinikka, now known as Ovumia Fertinova. This is our shared story, but I’m writing this from my own point of view.
This year, Helsinki-based Camilla (name changed) decided to become an egg donor. Camilla sees egg donation as a good, rewarding act that in some ways is comparable to being a blood donor: only a slight inconvenience for the donor, but a huge source of joy and perhaps a new life for many families.
Tampere-based Nea has donated eggs five times. The first time was soon after the birth of her firstborn child. Holding her own baby, Nea realised that she could help people suffering from infertility in a significant way. This is what Nea says about her experience.