In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Person Dr. Osama Bajouh
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Person Dr. Rula Turki
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Person Dr. Mohammed Malak
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Person Dr. Reda Khalil
Person Dr. Priyanka Sharma
Person Dr. Kenaz Abuzinadah
Person Ms. Angham Nawar
Medical imaging specialist
Person Ms. Deema Hassouba
Medical imaging specialist
Person Ms. Renad Abuzinadah
Lab Technican
Person Mr. Abdulmajeed Almutairi
Anesthesia Technician
Person Ms. Nisreen alamen
Person Ms. Ghaidaa Farea
Person Ms. Suha Bahumaidan
Person Ms. Reham ALsafi
Person Ms. Ramia Alharbi
Medical Coordinator
Person Ms. Shatha Alshareef

During the IVF process, eggs removed from the ovaries and fertilized with treated sperm in the laboratory. The fertilized egg (embryo) is later placed in the woman’s womb
These solutions aim not only to maintain the original human structure but to restore and maintain the function of the tissue and organs. In addition, it holds great potential for improving the health and quality of life for millions of people at risk of clinical problems such as infections, cancer, neurodegenerative disorders and trauma, in Saudi Arabia and worldwide.
The unit will imply the 3D-Bioprinting technology to create complex 3D structures that can also be constructed with living cells to create real living tissue and human parts. The produced tissues and parts are entirely functional and mimic the real human body. These bio-products are beneficial clinically as cellular/tissue replacement therapy, or they could be used in research for the testing of cosmetic, chemical, and pharmaceutical materials. In addition, these products could be used for normal and/or disease modelling and understanding normal/diseased physiological process.

Who are the Recommended Cases for IVF
  • • Patients diagnosed with unexplained infertility.

  • • Women who have blocked fallopian tubes.

  • • Cases that are unsuccessful with other techniques like using fertility drugs or intrauterine insemination (IUI).

  • • Failure in conception due to minor degree of male sub fertility.

  • • Recurrent Abortions/Miscarriages (Normal karyotype).

  • • Recurrent IVF failure (3/2 or more).

  • • Advance Maternal Age (>38/35).

What are the Benefits Associated with the PGS Screening during the Fertilization Cycle?
  • • Detection of any missing or extra chromosomes.

  • • Prevention of diseases syndromes such as Down Syndrome, Edward Syndrome, and Patau Syndrome.

Who is Recommended to Complete the PGS Screening During the Fertilization Cycle?
  • • Advanced maternal age.

  • • For those with low semen quality .

  • • For those who have unsuccessful unsuccessful cycles of In-Vitro Fertilization and repeated miscarriage.

  • • Those with a higher risk of developing down syndrome.

Sperm Freezing Techniques

These techniques are of great benefit to men who have low sperm count, reduced motility rate or those who receive chemotherapy that may lead to poor sperm production. Sperms or testicular tissues taken from the patient are frozen to be used later

The Success Rate of Fertilization Outside the Body

During the IVF process, eggs removed from the ovaries and With the presence of modern techniques and equipment, the success rate of the operation is much more than the past, with an average rate of success being %35-20, and all this with Allah’s willingness. The success rate of fertilization outside the body depends on several factors such as: the mother’s age, the cause of infertility, quality of embryos, previous pregnancy and other factors

Contact us

King Fahad Medical Research Center, KAU

(966) 12-695-2000, Ext: 72143

Last Update
9/16/2021 10:25:51 AM