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Infertility has certainly cursed the lives of thousands of couples around and although we can blame their unhealthy eating habits and lifestyles for the same, there is more to in the greater perspective. Moreover, IVF has come up as the best available solution for the Infertility issues for all those people and over the past few years, it has helped thousands of them while making them find the lost hope in their lives. Still the absence of some good IVF and fertility centers around have only made the situation worse for the people around.

Causes of Infertility in male

  • Abnormal sperm production or functioning issues which may occur due to undescended testicles, genetic defects or other health issues
  • Certain problems with the transportation of the sperm in testes out of any health issue
  • Exposure to certain chemicals, pollution or other atmospherically factors
  • Damage done to the human body out of certain cancer medicines or radiotherapy

Causes of Infertility in females

  • Some Ovulation disorders which might affect the release of the eggs from ovaries
  • Certain abnormalities in Uterine or opening of the cervix
  • Blocked or damaged fallopian tubes
  • Health issues like Endometriosis
  • Occurrence of Early menopause due to primary Ovarian Insufficiency
  • Emergence of pelvic adhesions in female body


That’s where we at Surrogacy point Bangkok have emerged as the best Surrogacy agency in Bangkok in order to provide exceptional Surrogacy services and IVF treatment to our clients over the past few years. We are proud to call ourselves as the best surrogacy agency in Bangkok with its headquarters located in the heart of the Bangkok city. Apart from our most affordable and ethical surrogacy services, our big list of IVF and related treatments services includes ICSI, PGD/PGS, Embryo Scope, Cryopreservation, FET, TESE, Endometrial Co-culture, and Assisted Embryo Hatching.


ICSI or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection involves the process of injecting the spermatozoa straight into the egg to support its development. Later on, the resultant embryo is then developed for a period of three to four days, before getting transferred into the women’s womb or getting it preserved for future purpose through Cryopreservation.


PGD: Pre-implantation genetic testing comes as a process where certain eggs and/or embryos are diagnosed for some genetic disorders. This is really helpful in diagnosing any kind of genetic issues which might impact the overall health of the future child

PGS: Pre-implantation genetic screening is one of the most useful screening processes to monitor eggs and/or embryos for some chromosome abnormalities.


EmbryoScope TLM (Time lapse) is generally brought in use to check and monitor the development of embryos during the IVF cycles. This is a mandate process in IVF as it would play a big role in ascertaining the success of pregnancy during the IVF period.


The Oocytes which have been retrieved during the fertility preservation treatment are preserved for the future use along with the developed embryos via in vitro fertilization cycles with the help of this technique.

FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer)

The process involves defrosting the Embryos which have been cryopreserved earlier and afterwards getting transferred into the women’s uterus at the right time in order to enhance the chances of pregnancy in the process.

Microscopic Testicular Sperm Extraction (micro-TESE)

In this process, the sperms are micro surgically retrieved from the testicles and over the past few years, this technique has bene sued to derive the sperms in cases where the sperm count is low in the male body

Endometrial Co-Culture

Autologous endometrial co-culture (AECC or, simply, co-culture) is generally brought in use in order to promote the overall embryo development whilst ensuring a healthy pregnancy for the women and the child

Assisted Embryo Hatching

Assisted Embryo hatching is a process where the embryologist uses a laser to thin the zona pellucida (embryo’s outer shell) whilst providing a big support to the embryo to shed its cell coat and facilitate the insertion (attach to the uterus).