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If you decide to have Fertility in Iran, reading this content on this page can greatly improve your knowledge and help you choose the best Fertility in Iran.

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If you decide to have Fertility in Iran, reading this content on this page can greatly improve your knowledge and help you choose the best Fertility in Iran.

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Fertility In IRAN

The first thing that comes to mind when talking about medical tourism in Iran is nose surgery. But with the impressive progress Iran has made in fertility treatment during the past years, it has become a great destination for couples suffering from fertility problems from all around the world. With more than 70 infertility clinics and centers offering advanced infertility treatments, Iran reigns supreme in the region. We at GoodSenseCo are prepared to help you receive the most effective fertility treatment in Iran at the most reasonable prices.

Why Fertility in Iran?

High success rate and low cost of fertility treatment in Iran are the two main reasons Iran is currently one of the best countries patients can choose for their infertility problems. Iran is also a low-cost travel destination and a safe country to travel, not to mention the friendly and hospitable Iranian people who welcome you with open arms.

Why Fertility with GoodSense?

GoodSense saves you all the inconveniences of making the necessary arrangements, including, but not limited to, getting a visa, booking a doctor’s appointment, booking a hotel, shuttling between hotel and clinic, etc. Moreover, we work with the best fertility clinics and specialists in Iran.

Fertility Cost in Iran

The cost of fertility treatment in Iran is very reasonable compared to most other countries. For example, a cycle of IVF in Iran costs from $3000, which is one-fourth of the average price of an IVF cycle in Canada. We will quote you the updated prices of different fertility treatments in Iran upon request.

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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

IVF is a fertilization process which involves extracting eggs and retrieving sperm samples, and then joining them in a …

In Vitro Maturation (IVM)

IVM is an assisted reproductive technology similar to IVF, which involves extracting eggs from the ovaries before the woman is matured …

Egg and Sperm Donation

Egg and ovarian cortex freezing is a procedure involving freezing and storage of the ovarian tissue.


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There are many women that don’t have the ability to become pregnant by their own eggs due to various reasons ...

Embryo Donation

Embryo donation is usually done when a couple have completed their family and have excess embryos …


Intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection (IMSI) uses a more powerful microscope for sperm selection …

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is an assisted reproductive technology which involves injecting a single  …

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a specific type of artificial insemination used as a fertility treatment. This procedure involves …

Microdissection TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction)

Microdissection or microscopic testicular sperm extraction (TESE) involves surgical procedure …

Ovulation Induction (OI)

Ovulation induction involves medical procedures for treating ovulation-related disorders. Medication is used …

Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS)

Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) involves the removal of one or more cells from an IVF or.....

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is a procedure used to detect genetic diseases within embryos …


Surrogacy is a procedure which uses one woman’s uterus for implanting an embryo to give birth to a baby for another …

Reproductive Surgery

Although assisted reproductive technology is commonly used for fertility treatment, there are various male and female …

Fertility in Iran: all you need to know

ran is the top country in the field of fertility treatment in the Middle East and one of the most developed in the world. Thanks to the country’s religious leaders’ approval of the assisted reproductive technologies and the government’s social and population policies during the last decades, Iran has made giant progress in fertility treatments.

In the past, Iranian couples suffering from infertility problems had to travel abroad to receive treatment, but today Iran has become a hot destination for infertile men and women from other countries. The reasonable costs of fertility procedures in Iran compared with the exorbitant prices in some other countries, as well as the high quality of such services in the country are the key reasons for the popularity of fertility treatments in Iran.

Iran currently enjoys more than 70 specialized fertility centers that offer various services to couples who cannot have a child on their own — including infertility diagnosis, expert genetic consultation, and different treatments such as IVF, for instance. With its remarkable advance in IVF since the first baby was born in the country in 1988 through this technology, Iran has been drawing couples from all around the Middle East, and even countries as far as Australia and Indonesia.

Why is Iran so successful ininfertility Treatment?

Assisted technologies for fertility in men and women have been embraced by Shiite religious authorities in Iran more openly than other Sunni countries where some forms of third-party fertility treatments such as sperm donation and egg donation are still frowned upon.

While Sunni religious leaders in other Muslim countries have only approved of procedures that don’t involve a third party – egg, sperm, and embryo donation – Iran’s leader and Shiite marja (religious authority), Ali Khamenei, gave a fatwa legitimizing such procedures under certain conditions. That’s why many couples from Sunni countries are increasingly heading to Iran to undergo fertility procedures. (Learn more about IVF and gamete donation in Sunni versus Shi’a Islam.)

Iran’s fertility clinics are currently armed with the latest technologies and experienced infertility specialists serving infertile couples from different countries. According to an article titled “The Islamic Republic of Baby-Making” published by the Foreign Policy magazine, an Oxford University professor and the founder of the Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group (FRSG), Soraya Tremayne believes that “Iran is surging ahead using [these technologies] in all their forms, going places where the Sunni countries in the region cannot follow.”