Our history

"AVA" clinics have been treating infertility since 1987. Since 1992, Ava-Klinikka in Tampere, Finland has been specializing exclusively in assisted reproductive techniques. In 1996, a clinic in Saint-Petersburg (Ava-Peter) was opened, and in 1997 another clinic in Finland (in Turku) came into operation. In 2000, a clinic in Lisbon, Portugal, was founded. In 2004, in Saint-Petersburg a multi-specialty clinic "Scandinavia" was set up. The newest clinic within the "AVA" network began its work in Riga, in 2005.

How it all began in St. Petersburg ten years ago:

  • 1997 — First IVF pregnancy.
  • 1997 — First surrogate pregnancy.
  • 1998 — First ICSI pregnancy.
  • 1998 — First pregnancy after ICSI/TESA.
  • 1998 — First pregnancy after transfer of frozen-thawed embryos.
  • 1999 — First oocyte donation and embryo donation pregnancies.
  • 2000 — First PGD pregnancy.

Nowadays AVA-PETER is:

  • The second largest reproductive center in Russia
  • The largest private clinic in Russia providing treatment of infertility based on assisted reproductive techniques.
  • More than 1500 IVF cycles per year
  • More than 25.000 patients
  • Patients from all over the world.

The main asset of AVA-PETER is its united and inspired team that is always ready to provide assistance

“Three times I went to Russia to pick up some eggs. Six embryos tested by PGS and one was good ))) This little embryo was born when I was 44 and the egg they used was from me when I was 43…”

Susanne

"... När Millenniumskiftet kom 2000, minns vi alla vad vi gjorde, eller hur? Jag hade cancer, Hodgkins lymfom ... Och nu när jag står här 17 år senare förstår du att det gick bra! Förutom en viktig sak ... "

Hillevi

Efter 3 IVF-försök i Sverige blev det 3 missfall, Elisabet och Pär är nu föräldrar till underbara Ester och detta genom äggdonation i St. Petersburg


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Our patients tell their stories



  • Willeke and Mario from Netherlands come to AVA-Peter for egg donation treatment… Enjoy this touching and sincere documentary by Jorien van Nes