Frequently Asked Questions / Papers
1. Q: When will INVO be available?
A: The INVO Procedure is currently available in parts of South America, Africa, Europe, Canada and the Middle East. INVO has an open IDE with the FDA and will be undertaking an FDA trial as soon as it is financially viable to do so. Once the study has begun it will be about a year before we are able to be cleared by the FDA.
2. Q: What will INVO cost?
A: The actual cost of INVO will vary depending on who provides the treatment. Regardless of who
provides the treatment, it will be significantly less expensive than conventional IVF.
3. Q: Where can I receive the INVO treatment?
A: INVO is simple enough to be performed in a physician's office. We expect it will be available at IVF
Centers and at physicians' offices who provide treatments for infertility.
4. Q: Why should I chose INVO over IVF?
A: INVO is much less expensive, will be available at many locations where traditional IVF is not, and
conception takes place naturally inside a woman's body.
5. Q: How effective is INVO?
A: INVO has comparable effectiveness to conventional IVF.
6. Q: Doctor’s have asked: “Can ICSI (Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection) be used with the INVOcell" ?.
A: Yes. ICSI’d eggs can be placed in the INVOcell and placed in the patient’s vaginal cavity for
incubation just as with sperm and eggs.