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Medically Assisted Reproduction

MAR Centre

Open in 1986, the Medically Assisted Reproduction Centre of CHIREC covers the whole In Vitro Fertilization advanced technology.

The centre takes care of infertile couples, in both women and men who can suffer from andrological problems.

Specific techniques such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Intra-Cytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection (IMSI), artificial insemination, oocyte donation, embryo donation, sperm donation, gestational surrogacy are used  by a team of specialists in reproduction, available in Edith Cavell (Brussels South) and Braine-l’Alleud - Waterloo.

Contact & Consultations

Hospital Contact details
Delta Hospital V +32 2 434 81 73 Floor1A
St-Anne St-Remi Clinic X /
Braine-l'Alleud - Waterloo Hospital V +32 2 434 95 55 Building A
Floor3
Basilique Clinic V +32 2 434 21 11
Edith Cavell Medical Centre V +32 2 434 81 01 Floor2
Park Leopold Medical Centre X /
Europe-Lambermont Medical Centre X /
City Clinic Louise V +32 2 434 20 00
Jean Monnet Medical Centre V +32 2 434 79 11

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Techniques

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The team

The team at the Chirec Medically Assisted Reproduction Centre includes gynaecologists who specialized in reproductive medicine.

They have a broad skill set, ranging from reproductive endocrinology to andrology, via other specific areas including reproductive surgery and ultrasound.

The team works in close collaboration with other specialists, within the context of a multidisciplinary medicine for optimum patient management.

This includes:

  • psychologists,
  • geneticists,
  • radiologists,
  • anatomopathologists,
  • endocrinologists,
  • haematologists,
  • and obstetricians.

The Centre's numerous collaborations allow the CHIREC team to guide and cover patient requirements in all areas of reproduction, such as Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD), the preservation of ovarian tissue in specific cases of cancer in young women as well as guidance for couples with positive serologies.