Enhancing Communication in Family Planning

There is no doubt that it is around the family and the home that all the greatest virtues … are created, strengthened and maintained.

~ Winston Churchill

Last Sunday marked Mother’s Day, a day when we honour our mums for their superhero-like qualities. Simultaneously, it is a day when many long to be celebrated themselves.

Look around you — how many of your peers are parents today, and how many are still trying to have children? Well, it is a blessing for those who have started their families after marriage; however, this isn’t the reality for everyone. Take South Korea as an example. For years, South Korea has had one of the world’s lowest fertility rates, and last year, it dropped to an all-time low. In Malaysia, the fertility rate has decreased rapidly over the past 50 years, from 6.7 children per woman in 1957 to four in 1980, three in 2000, and 2.1 in 2010. Last year, the rate dropped to 1.6 children per woman aged 15-49.

This situation is indeed concerning. I recently had the opportunity to join a session with Professor Dr. Alan Trounson, a member of Alpha IVF Group’s International Scientific Board. He shared that various factors contribute to low fertility rates, including delayed marriage, later childbearing age, and lifestyle changes. Increased stress and sedentary lifestyles have also been linked to declining fertility rates.

Source: https://www.newsarawaktribune.com.my/enhancing-communication-in-family-planning/

Leading Fertility Treatment Centres 2024

Established by a team of fertility specialists with a collective experience dating back to the 1990s, the Alpha IVF Group is as a global leader in advanced fertility treatment. Offering a comprehensive range fertility related services worldwide, from simple egg freezing, Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) to In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), and to the unique IVF for Saviour Sibling Program. Committed to medical technology advancement, the group consistently pioneers the integration of the latest effective technologies, evident in its high IVF success rates. Notably, the latest incorporation of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence in embryo selection sets Alpha IVF Group apart. This dedication to innovation solidifies Alpha IVF Group's position at the forefront of the fertility treatment landscape, providing a beacon of hope and expertise for individuals and couples worldwide.

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Alpha IVF Group Clinches Technology Innovation of the Year Award at Healthcare Asia Awards 2024

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - March 27, 2024 - Alpha IVF Group, a leading provider of assisted reproductive technology solutions, is thrilled to announce that it has been honored with the prestigious Technology Innovation of the Year award at the Healthcare Asia Awards 2024. The award ceremony, which took place at the Marina Bay Sands Conference Centre in Singapore, March 26, 2024, celebrates outstanding contributions to patient care and innovation in the healthcare industry across Asia. (more…)

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Pusat Bayi Tabung Malaysia Sukses Lakukan Terobosan Unik  Dengan Pendekatan FET

Alpha IVF & Women’s Specialists, sebuah klinik kesuburan terkemuka di Malaysia, sukses  pencapaian terobosan dalam teknologi reproduksi bantu dengan kelahiran bayi sehat setelah pendekatan unik transfer embrio beku (FET). ~ kilasjatim.com (more…)

Distinguishing between “Smart IVF” and “Smart IVF Plus,” what are the differences?

Are these two cost-effective packages associated with high success rates? 💡 Which package is suitable for you? Let's explore together! Sign up now for our pre-conception seminar on March 16, 2024, where Dr. Lam Wei Kian will provide on-site explanations and one-on-one consultations to help you understand and discover the most suitable pre-conception plan for you. (more…)

Alpha IVF Chinese New Year Celebration 2024 – Welcoming Our New Community!

In Celebration of Chap Goh Mei & Our Growing Community, get ready for an epic Chinese New Year bash that promises to ignite your senses and fill your day with unparalleled excitement! 🎉 Join us on 24the Feb at Alpha IVF Kota Damansara for a thrilling celebration that transcends tradition, featuring a lineup of festivities that will leave you in awe. (more…)

Alpha IVF Group Awarded ‘Fertility Service Provider of the year in Asia Pacific’ by Global Health Asia Pacific

We are humbled, excited, and incredibly proud to announce that Global Health Asia Pacific has once again awarded us with 'Fertility Service Provider of the year in Asia Pacific' this year!

Together with Genesis IVF & Women's Specialist Centre and Alpha IVF- Singapore, we at Alpha IVF Group are honored to receive this award for the 4th consecutive year!

As a leading IVF Group, our aim is to focus and put our patients and their fertility needs as our top priority. These awards demonstrate our passion & we will continue to pursue excellence.

When female infertility is attributed to insufficient ovarian response, leading to poor egg production (e.g. a woman who goes through IVF but her ovaries fail to produce eggs), or when eggs are produced but fail to fertilize properly, a possible solution is egg donation.

When female infertility is attributed to insufficient ovarian response, leading to poor egg production (e.g. a woman who goes through IVF but her ovaries fail to produce eggs), or when eggs are produced but fail to fertilize properly, a possible solution is egg donation. Who needs egg donation? Egg donation is a possible solution



Egg freezing, also known as oocyte cryopreservation is a procedure in which the eggs from a woman are retrieved, frozen, and stored for future use. The frozen eggs can later be thawed, fertilized, and transferred into the uterus when desired.

Vitrification is the latest method for freezing eggs and the survival rates using vitrification are much higher compared to previous freezing methods like slow freezing. With recent major improvement in the vitrification solutions, such as Cryotec method with certain distinct advantages over all other existing methods of vitrification, egg freezing has become a viable and common option to preserve a women reproductive age.


The simple answer is to pursue egg freezing in the prime reproductive years, before 35 years old to take advantage of premium egg quality and quantity. Think of the egg retrieval process and cryopreservation as you would a fall harvest. A woman is born with all of the eggs she will ever have, and over time they diminish in number and cellular integrity.

After 43 years of age, it is usually not recommended to freeze eggs, because the quality of eggs is too poor and the probability of chromosomal abnormalities is high. Do discuss with your fertility specialist to better understand your chance based on your own personal conditions.

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