A full range of assisted reproduction services.

Innovative fertility treatments.

We are pleased to offer a full range of assisted procreation services to Quebecers wishing to start a family.

Fertility check-up


A good diagnosis is the very first step before you can realize your dream of having a child. You must consult if; you are under 35 and have failed to conceive after having had regular unprotected sex for 12 months, are over 35 and have failed to conceive after 6 months of intercourse regular and unprotected sex, you can get pregnant but cannot carry your pregnancies to term.

Woman work up

Blood test

  • Preconception assessment
  • AMH, FSH, E2
  • TSH
  • PRL
  • Other blood tests according to clinical history

Pelvic ultrasound

  • 3D ultrasound
  • Ovarian reserve with DFA


  • Study of tubal patency

Man work up

Blood test

  • Preconception assessment
  • Other blood tests according to clinical history

Semen tests

  • Spermogram
  • DNA fragmentation


The sperm used comes from donors who donated their sperm to sperm banks inspected and compliant with Health Canada standards. After some preliminary analyzes of your situation, your doctor will prescribe the fertility treatment that is best for you.

LGBT (lesbian. Gay, bisexual, transgender)

Depending on your situation and following some preliminary analyzes, your doctor will be able to prescribe the fertility treatment that suits you best.

In Vitro Fertilization

In vitro fertilization involves reproducing in the laboratory what happens naturally in the tubes during the fertilization stage. The egg and the sperm will be united in the laboratory to obtain an embryo. The embryo will be transferred to the patient’s uterus for further development in order to become pregnant.


Maximize your chances of conceiving. A combination of affordable, cutting-edge technologies that increase your chances of pregnancy: non-invasive genetic analysis of embryos (niPGTA) and the Time-lapse incubator, which ensures a much safer journey for your embryos.

To find out more, read this article.

ICSI (microinjection)

Intracytoplasmic sperm microinjection is an assisted fertilization technique in which a single sperm is mechanically introduced into the cytoplasm of an egg. Thanks to this process, we can select the most suitable sperm to fertilize the eggs.


PESA (Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration) and TESE (Testicular Epididymal Sperm Extraction) are surgical techniques used by a urologist, specialized in fertility, to aspirate sperm directly from the epididymis or extract it from the testis.

Intrauterine Insemination

Intrauterine insemination involves placing a sample of semen, prepared in advance in the laboratory, directly into the uterus using a thin catheter. Depending on your situation, the sample may come from a spouse or from a donor. It is a simple and painless method that aims to help fertilization while respecting the natural environment of the sperm and egg.

Sperm / Egg Freezing

Whether it’s because of cancer, social reasons or otherwise, freezing sperm and eggs allows you to preserve fertility for future needs.


Are you aware of the problem of infertility and thinking of donating sperm or ovum? This is very generous of you.

Egg Donation Program

This can be an anonymous donation or a directed donation, meaning that the donor and recipient know each other. The donor must be 35 years old and under except in certain exceptional cases. Once all the tests are done, your doctor can confirm the donor’s eligibility and prescribe the agreed protocols.

We are accredited for Cryos, FFX and Global Gamète Bank.

Sperm donation program

The sperm used at the Miacleo clinic comes from donors who donated their sperm to sperm banks inspected and compliant with Health Canada standards.

Genetic tests

Genetic tests can identify changes in chromosomes or genes. When a couple decides to have a child, partners may choose to have tests to help determine if the embryos obtained after IVF carry a chromosomal abnormality or a genetic disease identified in the family.

Would you like to know more? Our partner Igenomix now offers very interesting webinars on genetics. Click here to access it.

Preimplantation screening (PGT-A)

This genetic analysis makes it possible to detect sporadic chromosomal abnormalities and thus transfer to the uterus of the patient the embryo which has a greater chance of implanting and leading to a pregnancy.

Pre-implantation diagnosis (PGT-M)

This genetic analysis helps couples reduce their chances of having a child with an inherited genetic disease.