Isabel is born the first “in vitro” baby in Costa Rica  

Reproductive Medicine Unit of High Complexity of the CCSS has achieved a pregnancy rate of 53% which exceeds the exceptional and positions it as a center of high capacity and performance.

• Little Isabel was born at 8.50 p.m. This Saturday, at the Adolfo Carit Eva National Women’s Hospital, she weighed 2,530 grams and measured 46 cm.

• Currently 12 other couples have pregnancies over 12 weeks reached with the “in vitro” technique.

In the midst of the pandemic that the country is facing due to COVID-19, a light of hope and joy arrived, this Saturday night, from the Las Mujeres hospital when the birth of Isabel Lucía was confirmed; the first baby fertilized by the “in vitro” technique in the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS).

The good news was confirmed by Dr. Román Macaya Hayes, executive president of the CCSS, while congratulating Keilyn Molina and Enrique Rodriguez, Isabel’s parents. “Doña Keilyn and Don Enrique, an entire nation wishes you much happiness and may God protect all three.”

The CCSS hierarch recalled that this milestone of social security is due to the committed work of many officials, the investment in equipment and infrastructure that the CCSS carried out and is a faithful reflection of the country’s capacity to achieve new goals. and bring high complexity medicine closer to its users.

The CCSS hierarch recalled that this milestone of social security is due to the committed work of many officials, the investment in equipment and infrastructure that the CCSS carried out and is a faithful reflection of the country’s capacity to achieve new goals. and bring high complexity medicine closer to its users.

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