Sponsored by The Fertility Institute of Hawaii
The Fertility Institute of Hawaii helps families all over the world who are struggling with infertility. Hawaii’s unique location allows doctors John L. Frattarelli, MD, and Anatte E. Karmon, MD to offer exceptional care to international patients who do not have fertility options in their home countries. According to Dr. Frattarelli, international patients travel from the Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, Canada, South America, Africa and elsewhere.
Many of the advanced technologies offered by FIH are not available in other countries. Patients find that the unique combination of advanced technologies, high success rates and the wonderful tourist destination, make treatment at the Fertility Institute of Hawaii a justified investment of both time and financial resources and well worth the effort to travel for this type of reproductive care.
For a normal IVF cycle, International patients have the option of being in Hawaii for the entire cycle (approximately 3 to 4 weeks) or can have the initial cycle started with a physician and be in Hawaii for approximately one week. FIH has an international team of IVF coordinators that helps to coordinate the cycle for the international patients. FIH has coordinators and other members of our staff that can speak several different languages including Japanese, Mandarin, Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Russian, and Spanish. In addition, it has translators available to assist with any necessary translations.
About The Fertility Institute of Hawaii
At The Fertility Institute of Hawaii (FIH), the doctors have one goal: to help patients succeed in building the family they desire. Every day, physicians, nurses and staff work towards accomplishing this goal with every patient that entrusts their family building dreams to FIH. FIH was founded by Dr. John Frattarelli, a world-renowned expert in infertility and In Vitro Fertilization with over 20 years of experience treating infertile couples. Dr. John Frattarelli and Dr. Anatte Karmon have participated in over 30,000 fertility treatment cycles resulting in over 15,000 babies.
Treatment options may include the use of ovulation induction agents to enhance the production of healthy eggs, minimally invasive surgery such as laparoscopy or hysteroscopy to correct anatomical abnormalities of the female pelvic organs; intrauterine insemination (IUI) of washed sperm that is precisely timed for when fertilization could occur, or more advanced care such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Donor Egg IVF, and Gestational carrier cycles.