Improving the Success of the IVF Program with Morula Indonesia's Holistic Fertility Services
Morula IVF Indonesia has served over 125,000 IVF patients with more than 28,000 cycles of IVF services (49% market share) and continues to update its IVF technology.
One of the technologies used is PGT-A. This method can determine the normality of an embryo and the 46XX or 46XY chromosomes contained therein. In addition, it also uses ICSI, IMSI, Time-Lapse Incubator, and ERA (Endometrial Receptivity Analysis) technology.
All the technologies applied can increase the chances of success for the IVF (IVF) program in all Morula IVF branches. Patients must actively make various efforts to support the program's success.
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To maximize the success of the IVF program, the husband and wife must undergo reproductive organ rejuvenation treatment. In addition, it is also necessary to complete nutritional needs by consuming adjuvant drugs.
Couples can also consume supplements such as Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), Coenzyme Q10, and use Growth Hormone injections. If necessary, you can also add Multivitamins such as Zink, Vitamin C injections, and do the PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) procedure that the doctor has recommended.
Recent Developments Morula Indonesia
Using modern technology, Morula also opened new branches to be closer to the community. This year Morula added 4 new units throughout Indonesia.
This year was also marked by the launch of a new service product in the form of Holistic Fertility Treatment, a comprehensive pregnancy program.
The new business unit successfully developed was Morula Food to help meet nutrition, an essential part of the pregnancy program. Morula Wellness is also centered in Bali and Yogyakarta, as wellness services include detox, spa, fertility yoga, fertility acupuncture, and meditation, complemented by leisure time.
The success of the IVF program is also supported by Morula Pharma, which manufactures and markets pregnancy program products. Finally, Morula has also developed a Fertility Clinic in partnership with nearly 150 well-known hospitals and clinics throughout Indonesia. The expansion proves this in the following areas.
1. Expansion to Temanggung
Morula has collaborated with Hospitals in Temanggung to reach patients more closely. The aim of establishing the Indonesian Fertility Clinic at the PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital in Temanggung is to help married couples with difficulty having children.
The Indonesian Fertility Clinic at PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital serves the needs of infertility consultations, sperm analysis, and insemination procedures. Insemination is a medical technique to help couples have children by inserting processed sperm into the uterus.
In this IVF program, Morula cooperates with the baby peep clinic at PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital, Temanggung. Obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Hendro, SpOG, also supports the program's success by sharing various tips and consultations.
2. Expansion to Berastagi
PT Morula Indonesia and RSU Amanda Berastagi officially announced the launch of the Indonesian Fertility Clinic. PT Morula Indonesia, with 24 years of experience in reproductive technology, is expanding its business to help couples carry out IVF programs.
The Indonesian Fertility Clinic at RSU Amanda Berastagi has facilities for artificial insemination or Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), sperm analysis examinations, and consultation on pregnancy programs.
One of the pregnancy programs at the Fertility Clinic of RSU Amanda is artificial insemination or Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), which brings sperm that has gone through the process of washing sperm closer to egg cells naturally in the uterus.
This IUI method aims to increase the number of sperm reaching the fallopian tubes and thus to increase the chance of the egg being fertilized by sperm. This method is an alternative to abnormal sperm, fertility disorders, mild endometriosis, and unexplained infertility.
Insemination can be done up to 3 times. If it fails, then proceed with IVF or IVF programs. Competent and standardized health workers from PT Morula Indonesia perform them.
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3. Expansion to Bekasi
Peculiar Fruits Clinic and PT Morula Indonesia have collaborated by launching the Indonesian Fertility Clinic. The clinic, located in Kota Harapan Indah, Bekasi, aims to provide convenience for couples who do not have children to carry out IVF programs.
The Regional Business Operations Manager of the Indonesian Fertility Clinic said that apart from being established in Bekasi, this clinic is also present in other big cities such as Palembang, Solo, Sragen, Pekanbaru, Bandung, Lampung, Samarinda. All branches of the Indonesian Fertility Clinic are supported by competent health and marketing personnel.
4. Cooperate with Mentari Hospital
Another one appointed by PT Morula Indonesia in its expansion is Tangerang Mentari Hospital. The two of them launched the Indonesian Fertility Clinic some time ago to help married couples around Tangerang to have children.
Director of Tangerang Mentari Hospital, dr. Evi Vania EB, MH, said that at least 10% -15% of couples of reproductive age have fertility problems. Factors originating from the wife are generally menstrual disorders, myoma, cysts, to obstruction of the fallopian tubes.
While the husband's factors are in the form of sperm abnormalities and sperm expenditure disorders, apart from the two sides, some aspects have not been explained or are called unexplained infertility.
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dr. Harmeni Wijaya, M.D
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