Taking the next step

Get the facts you need
to have a conversation
with your fertility specialist

Navigating your fertility journey is easier when you
have the resources you need—like the right reproductive
endocrinologist or RE, a doctor who specializes in helping
people conceive. And it helps when you also have all
the facts on hand and the questions you should ask to have a
productive conversation—like these.

You can also search for a fertility specialist
who offers INVOCELL here
.

  • Is INVOCELL right for me and my fertility challenges?
  • How does IVC with INVOCELL work?
  • How is IVC with INVOCELL different from other options used in fertility treatment?
  • What are my chances of conceiving with INVOCELL?
  • How long does IVC with INVOCELL take?
  • How many monitoring visits will I need?
  • How much does an IVC cycle with INVOCELL cost?
    Does the cost include medication?
  • Will my insurance cover treatment with INVOCELL?
It’s a good idea to email a guide to yourself so you
have these questions on hand during your appointment.

Find a fertility center that
offers INVOCELL

Finding the right RE for you is important; after all, you’re
relying on her or him to advise and
support you throughout
the fertility treatment process. Your RE should be
someone you can confide
in and with whom you can
openly discuss your concerns and questions.
And, when it comes to narrowing down your search, this
tool can help you find a clinic that offers INVOCELL.

Are you planning to use INVOCELL? Here are some things to keep in mind

INDICATIONS FOR USE

INVOCELL® Intravaginal Culture System contains the INVOCELL Culture Device and INVOCELL Retention Device. The Culture Device is indicated for use in preparing, holding, and transferring human gametes or embryos during In Vitro Fertilization/Intravaginal Culture (IVF/IVC) and Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection Fertilization/Intravaginal Culture (ICSI/IVC). The Retention Device is used during the incubation period to aid in holding the Culture Device in the vagina. The Culture and Retention Devices are not indicated for periods of use exceeding 72 hours.

SELECT IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

  • Do not use the Culture or Retention devices if you are unable to tolerate having a device placed within your vagina.
  • Do not use the Culture Device if you are sensitive to medical grade silicone or polystyrene or if you have a severe case of vaginitis or a history of toxic shock syndrome. Tell your doctor if you have had any recent pelvic surgery.
  • Avoid any activity such as sexual intercourse, strenuous physical activity, swimming, bathing in a tub (a shower is permissible), use of a douche, sauna, or any other activity that may alter the temperature of the vaginal cavity and avoid handling or removing the Culture and Retention Devices while in place.
  • Your doctor should explain to you what to do if the Culture and Retention Device should shift in the vagina or fall out. Call your doctor right away should this occur.

Your doctor will determine if this product is right for you and will provide you with more detailed information about the risks and benefits associated with using this device. Always follow your doctor’s instructions. Contact your doctor immediately if you have any questions or concerns before, during, or after treatment.

For more information, please see the INVOCELL Patient Information.

INDICATIONS FOR USE

INVOCELL® Intravaginal Culture System contains the INVOCELL
Culture Device and INVOCELL Retention Device. The Culture Device is
indicated
for use in preparing, holding, and transferring human
gametes or embryos during In Vitro Fertilization/Intravaginal Culture
(IVF/IVC) and
Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection
Fertilization/Intravaginal Culture (ICSI/IVC). The Retention Device is
used during the incubation period to aid
in holding the Culture Device in
the vagina. The Culture and Retention Devices are not indicated for
periods of use exceeding 72 hours.

SELECT IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

  • Do not use the Culture or Retention devices if you are unable to tolerate having a device placed within your vagina.
Please see Indication and Select Important Safety Information