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Conceiving is difficult for almost every sixth couple

13.01.2021

Dr Elle Talving, gynaecologist and reproductive medicine specialist at the Nova Vita clinic Pregnancy is a wonderful time and the birth of each child is a kind of a miracle. Those couples who have waited for a tiny miracle to arrive in their lives for a long time are especially aware of this. Conceiving naturally…


Fast development of infertility treatment in Estonia. Where next?

11.01.2021

Professor Andres Salumets, Development Director at the Nova Vita clinic Recently, Estonia’s infertility treatment field had a big celebration – 25 years have passed since our first successful in vitro fertilisation procedures. During this quarter of a century, we have progressed a great deal. Our clinics are some of the best in Europe and the…


The first test tube baby from the Nova Vita clinic will soon celebrate its 25th birthday

10.12.2020

Nova Vita, Estonia’s first private clinic for infertility treatment, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Founded in 1995, the clinic has laid the foundation for the rapid development of Estonian reproductive medicine and has kept Estonian infertility treatment at the leading-edge. Together with Nova Vita, a test tube baby, born as a result of…


Estonian infertility treatment expert Andres Salumets appointed as the first Estonian professor at the Karolinska Institutet

26.11.2020

Professor Andres Salumets, who is an infertility treatment expert in Estonia, was appointed Professor of Reproductive Medicine at the Karolinska Institutet. Professor Salumets also joined the Nova Vita and Ovumia Fertinova infertility clinics as a research director to provide the best treatment to Estonian and Finnish patients. It is recognised that Professor Salumets is the…


Clinic is closed between 15th-20th July

17.06.2019

Please notice that our clinic is closed between 15th-20th July.


Reasons for infertility: Endometriosis

18.04.2019

Endometriosis is a common gynecological disease for women, which may cause infertility. Despite it’s frequency, diagnosis is often delayed and the disease is usually found  only at an infertility clinic. Endometriosis is a common disease for fertile women, with approximately 10-15 % prevalence. A typical symptom of the disease is lower abdominal pain before and…


Overweight and fertility- why we need to talk about this?

25.10.2018

“Did you know that higher weight will lower your chances to get pregnant?” This is the question many fertility doctors need to ask during the first consultation. Obesity is a global health problem that has impact on many conditions including fertility. The reason to talk about weight should not be underestimated because significantly higher or…


Baby with donor sperm

24.05.2018

Caucasian, 185 cm tall, athletic, blue eyes, dark brown hair, married, has own children, university degree in finance– could he be the future farther to your children? Yes he could, but only genetically as these are the characteristics in addition to nationality which can be opened about the anonymous sperm donor in Estonia. Many sperm…


Nova Vita & Ovumia nurses’ meeting about international fertility treatments

28.02.2017

Nova Vitas’s nurses Tiina, Merike and Niina visited Ovumia Tampere on 24.2.2017. They discussed and shared learnings in a joint training program.The topics of the meeting included e.g. the process of international customers, egg donor treatments and patient – nurse communication. Photos: Nova Vita’s Tiina Lille D discusses about fertilility lab’s current trends with Ovumia’s…


Candido Tomás visting Tallinn Nov. 14th-16th, 2016

24.10.2016

Finnish doctor Candido Tomás, PhD, specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology and gynaecological endocrinology, will be visiting Nova Vita in Tallinn on November 14th-16th, 2016. Candido speaks fluent English. Book your time from Patient Coordinator Päivi Virta, tel. +358 400 627507, paivi.virta(at)novavita.ee.