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Juaneda Fertility Center

Juaneda Fertility Center

Analyzed by (invitra staff).
Last Update: 10/23/2020


Juaneda Fertility Center is the private fertility center in the Juaneda Care network. A team of professionals with over 15 years' experience in this field offers patients a comprehensive service in treating fertility problems.

According to the information published on its website, Juaneda Fertility Center has a laboratory for carrying out fertility treatments.

Juaneda is the leading hospital network in Mallorca and has three hospitals in Mallorca, two in Menorca, and more than 40 medical centers distributed throughout the island.

In addition, Juaneda Fertility Center has the following accreditations: ISO 9001:2015 quality certificate and SEP certificate of health excellence, which demonstrates its high level of demand for quality care and patient safety.

If you need information on how to get to the clinic, whether by public or private transport, you can access this link.

Which treatment do they perform?

The fertility treatments that can be undergone at Juaneda Fertility Center are as follows:

Embryo Adoption
Embryo cryopreservation
Fertility preservation
Frozen Embryo Transfer
In Vitro Fertilization / ICSI
IUI with Donor Sperm
IUI with Partner's Sperm
IVF with Donor Egg & Donor Sperm
IVF with Donor Eggs
IVF with Donor Sperm
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
Reciprocal IVF

If you're still unsure which fertility treatment is right for you and would like to know more about it, we suggest you read on here: Fertility Treatment Overview.

The treatment costs may vary significantly depending on the tests or techniques included or not, such as the seminogram, medication, fertility testing, medical visits, prolonged culture or embryo vitrification.

This Tool helps you to find out the exact costs of the different fertility clinics (what's included and what's not) and provides you with lots of useful tips for your first appointment.

Complementary techniques

In addition to all the assisted reproduction treatments indicated in the previous section, Juaneda Fertility Center also offers the possibility of carrying out complementary techniques to optimize treatments and achieve higher success rates:

  • Long embryo culture.
  • Embryo culture in Embryoscope incubator with Time-Lapse technology.
  • PICSI.
  • Fragment aspiration.
  • Assisted Hatching.

Diagnostic Tests

On the other hand, the diagnostic tests that can be performed at Juaneda Fertility Center in order to find out the reason for male and/or female infertility are as follows:

However, all this information has not been verified by the inviTRA specialists.

Success rates

The Spanish Fertility Society is in charge of compiling the results of all the Spanish assisted reproduction clinics every year and making a statistical analysis. In fact, the SEF is the only scientific and independent organization of the clinics that collects and publishes these data in an objective manner.

Although our analysis of this clinic was carried out in 23rd October, 2020, we have to indicate that the last report published by the SEF shows the success rates obtained in the year 2018 (National Activity Register 2018-SEF Register).

Normally, there is a delay of about 2 years in the publication of these statistics due to the difficulty in data collection and the controls that are carried out. It should be noted that, to collect data from a gestation achieved in December 2017, we must wait until delivery, which will be approximately in September 2018.

It should also be taken into account that directly comparing pregnancy rates between different clinics can lead to misunderstandings because there are many factors that influence the results, such as the cause of sterility or the particular characteristics of each treatment.

Therefore, the SEF data shown below should be taken as a mere guide. In addition, we recommend reading this article for a better interpretation of the statistics.

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Realized cycles

Number of total cycles performed by the clinic in a year.

The SEF does not provide an exact number of annual cycles that each center performs, but rather it does so in the form of ranges as follows: less than 100 annual cycles, between 100 and 500 annual cycles, or more than 500 annual cycles.

From inviTRA we consider that for a better interpretation of the results it would be good that the SEF provides more exact data or smaller ranges for the number of annual cycles.

This is the total number of cycles performed by Juaneda Fertility Center in a year.

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Cycles with fresh embryos: 0 a 99 per year
Cycles with frozen embryos: 0 a 99 per year

Implantation rate per transfer

The probability that an embryo will implant in the woman's uterus after the transfer.

This success rate refers to the probability that a transferred embryo will nest in the woman's uterus. It is calculated as follows: number of gestational sacs observed on ultrasound divided by the number of embryos transferred.

The SEF shows this value in the form of an interval, since it is very complicated to provide an exact percentage due to the variability of factors that we have already discussed.

It should also be taken into account that the more assisted reproduction cycles the clinic performs, the narrower this interval will be and the better the interpretation.

Below, we show the implantation rates per embryo transfer in Juaneda Fertility Center.

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Transfer of fresh embryos
13,3% - 100%
Transfer of frozen embryos
16,4% - 61,4%

Pregnancy probability per transfer

Probability that an embryo transfer will lead to a pregnancy, regardless of the number of embryos transferred.

This success rate refers to the probability of pregnancy for each embryo transfer, regardless of the number of embryos transferred and the type of gestation obtained, that is, whether it is a single or multiple gestation.

The SEF divides this success rate according to the woman's age and is also shown in the form of an interval, so it is likely that very large intervals will be found in clinics that perform few cycles.

These are the pregnancy rates per embryo transfer obtained by Juaneda Fertility Center.

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Fresh embryo transfer

Recipient woman's age: under 35 years old
13,3% - 100%

Frozen embryo transfer

Recipient woman's age: under 35 years old
16% - 74,9%

Percentage of transferred embryos

Percentage of embryo transfers made with one, two or three embryos

According to Law 14/2006 on Assisted Human Reproduction Techniques, in Spain it is only permitted to transfer a maximum of 3 embryos at each attempt.

Even so, a higher percentage of single-embryo transfers is now considered a quality parameter for clinics, since although transfers of two or three embryos increase the rate of gestation, twin or multiple pregnancies have many risks for the mother and babies and must be avoided at all costs.

The recommendation of inviTRA is to transfer only 1 or 2 embryos whenever possible.

In Juaneda Fertility Center they have the following percentages in terms of number of embryos transferred.

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Fresh embryo transfer

Transfer of 1 embryo (100%)
Transfer of 2 embryos (0%)
Transfer of 3 embryos (0%)

Frozen embryo transfer

Transfer of 1 embryo (50%)
Transfer of 2 embryos (50%)
Transfer of 3 embryos (0%)

Type of pregnancy per transfer

Types of pregnancies achieved according to the number of embryos transferred

As we have said, a single gestation is the best result that can be obtained after an assisted reproduction treatment.

In the following graphs, the percentage of each type of gestation obtained in Juaneda Fertility Center is shown according to the number of embryos transferred.

Due to the risks associated with multiple pregnancies (lower birth weight, higher probability of premature birth, etc.), the ideal would be to always obtain a single gestation rate of 100%, regardless of having transferred 1, 2 or 3 embryos.

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Transfer of fresh embryos

Transferring one embryo
Single pregnancy: 100%
Twin pregnancy: 0%
Multiple pregnancy: 0%

Transfer of frozen embryos

Transferring one embryo
Single pregnancy: 100%
Twin pregnancy: 0%
Multiple pregnancy: 0%
Transferring two embryos
Single pregnancy: 33,3%
Twin pregnancy: 66,7%
Multiple pregnancy: 0%

Medical team

Gustavo Daniel Carti
Gustavo Daniel Carti
Assisted Reproduction Unit Coordinator
Jörg Mathias Bauer
Jörg Mathias Bauer
License: 070709050
Adriana Landazábal Bernal
Adriana Landazábal Bernal
License: 072853378
Felipe Gallego
Laboratory Director
María José Gil
Laboratory Coordinator
Vanessa V. Tonn

How to get to the clinic?

Juaneda Fertility Center is located at Avenida de Picasso N/54 in Palma de Mallorca. Specifically, this clinic is located in the Son Espanyolet district of the island.

To get there by public transport, the bus line 29 has a stop (Picasso-Centre d'esports) near the clinic, just a minute's walk away. In addition, Juaneda Fertility Center is approximately 15 km from the airport.

If you wish to use your own vehicle, you can go via Camí de Son Rapinya, Carrer d'Andalusia and Carrer de Joan Ripoll i Trobat, among other options, depending on your starting point. Parking is available in a public parking lot a few meters from Juaneda Fertility Center, although is not free of charge.

Healthcare Operating Authorization

Health Center approved by the Spanish Ministry of Health - License number (CNN): 0407000903

Last Update: 10/23/2020
1 comment / opinion
    1. I have taken ivf treatment at this clinic and do not recommend it at all. They have lack of technology, embryology and medical knowledge. Even though Dr. Gustavo has a nice personality he is unorganized and incapable of remembering even the doses of medication he has prescribed. We were told we can not conceive children at all at age of 38 so we decided to try a different hospital at the main land and now I am six months pregnant by using my own eggs even though Dr. Gustavo told me that I have zero chance with my own eggs. Mrs Beatrice who coordinates this clinic is an amazing woman but unfortunately due to lack of medical knowledge this clinic should not advertise itself as a fertility center because all they do is try selling you an egg donation pack.