Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)

O&G Partners Fertility Centre is a one-stop fertility centre in Singapore, with over 17 years’ experience in providing a range of fertility assessment services and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) treatments to assist you in your journey to having children of your own.  

Common causes of infertility 

  • Damaged or blocked fallopian tubes
  • Problems with ovulation such as polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids and polyps
  • Early menopause
  • Advanced maternal age
  • Low sperm count or poor sperm motility
  • Absent or no sperm

Our team of trained and experienced doctors, nurses and embryologists work hand in hand to provide you with individualised treatment. Equipped with a range of medical equipment and trained in the procedures, we aim to use the least invasive treatment for the best possible outcome. ART refers to procedures that aim to achieve pregnancy.

These complex procedures may be an option for couples who have already gone through various infertility treatments but still have not achieved success in their pregnancy. Couples who are keen on ART should discuss/consult the options with their fertility specialist.

In addition, we offer various treatment options to meet the needs of individual couples, such as:

Couples with fertility issues have a lower chance of conceiving naturally. SO-IUI is an assisted reproductive technique that can help couples to improve the chances of their pregnancy.

During this procedure, fertility drugs are given to the female patient, over the course of five days, to stimulate the production and ovulation of two to three mature ovarian follicles (eggs). On the day of the insemination, the prepared sperm is then placed directly into the uterus via intrauterine insemination.

Intrauterine insemination, or IUI in short, is a fertility treatment that involves placing the patient’s partner’s processed sperm sample inside her uterus, closer to the time of ovulation to facilitate fertilisation. The placement of the man’s sperm into the woman’s uterus is done using a long, narrow tube similar to a thin straw.

If the husband has very poor-quality sperms, or if he has had difficulties with fertilisation in the past, our fertility specialist may recommend ICSI. Older women may need this as fertilisation is poorer with older eggs.

ICSI is an invasive procedure where a single sperm is selected and directly injected into the egg crossing the eggshell and the oolemma in order to enhance fertilisation.

Miscarriages can happen for many reasons. Having a miscarriage once doesn’t mean having another miscarriage. But some women suffer more than one miscarriage. This is called Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL).


If you have suffered two or more miscarriages, you might want to consult your specialist. Often, women decide to continue trying to get pregnant naturally. However, in certain situations, your specialist might suggest treatments to help reduce the risk of miscarriage.

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