Consult the FAQ

How can it be verified that I am immune to CMV?

A blood test can determine whether you have had a CMV (Cytomegalovirus) infection in the past. However, you are never immune to CMV, a re-activation can occur, although these are rare and usually less serious, but more difficult to assess in terms of severity for the foetus. It is therefore best, even with previous contact with CMV, to continue to pay attention to hand hygiene after contact with saliva, urine or snot of small children and the elderly.


UPDATE 05/01/2024: Renovation works Brussels IVF

To increase the comfort and privacy of its patients, Brussels IVF is renovating its nursing unit (VP03) and the reception desk area at our Andrology Lab.

As part of these renovation works, from 8 January 2024, the reception desk of our Andrology Laboratory and its associated rooms to collect a sperm sample, will be temporarily located on the second floor of Brussels IVF (via route 980).

During your treatment, we guarantee the same quality of care but you might experience a reduced level of comfort due to the temporary location with limited space.
We will make every effort to minimise any inconvenience.

Consult the practical guidelines and the FAQ on the renovation works.