Practice for Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine
Dr. med. Markus Bleichenbacher
My practice for Gynecology is situated discretely and logistically favourable in the city center of Bern, capital of Switzerland. For me it is an important concern, to advise you individually and in calm atmosphere. The ambience of the surgery offers an ideal framework therefore. All treatments are performed by me personally.
One main focus of the practice is investigation and treatment of infertility by all modern methods like In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF). My other area of interest is Gynecology, though prevention, assessment and treatment of all the female-specific diseases.
For In Vitro Fertilisation I work closely with the IVF lab of Lindenhof Hospital. Nevertheless, I am free to suggest you the respectively best available treatment in the most suitable place for you. Especially for newer methods, such as Pre Implantation Testing (PGT), it is important to choose a center with maximal experience. Other treatments, as egg donation are forbidden in Switzerland anyway. You are welcome, if I can help you to choose a foreign center and support you during the preparations for any treatment.
Personally, I have extensive experiences with IVF. I managed the IVF unit at Kantonsspital Lucerne for many years. With my own practice I am now able to support you personally and to respond better to your needs.
In Switzerland, one couple out of six cannot fulfill its desire to have children. This figure shows a rising tendency by different reasons. On the other hand, modern medicine made huge progresses in this domain. Although, miracle cannot be expected, the chance of a successful pregnancy can be ameliorated substantially.
As a gynecologist with broad experience in the field of operative Gynecology, I can offer any investigation and treatment of gynecologic dissesses. I perform operations, if possible laparoscopically, in the Hospitals Lindenhof and Engeried. In my practice, I am equipped and experienced for investigatives of the breast, especially with ultrasound and for further investigations of the abnormal Pap smear.