There are more options for IVF fertility treatment:
ONE visit - complete IVF cycle in Prague
This option requires your arrival in Prague directly before your period starts. The woman needs to stay here for approximately 20 days, while her partner’s presence is only necessary for 1-2 days.
The initial consultation with our IVF specialist, where the medical history will be evaluated, treatment planned in detail and any possible questions answered, will be arranged by Skype or phone prior to your arrival in Prague.
TWO visits - IVF cycle with 5 -10 days of stimulation at home
In the case of this alternative, you need to come to Prague twice.
Your first visit may be managed in a single day and consists of a gynaecological examination, ultrasound, STD blood test and AMH blood test for the female patient. The male partner will need to undergo an STD blood test and semen analysis. Both partners will meet their doctor in person, the medical history will be evaluated, the treatment planned, and all possible questions will be answered. The couple will then leave the clinic equipped by mediation and back home, stimulation can start on the second day of the menstrual cycle.
The patient can arrive in Prague on the seventh or eighth day of the cycle for the first ultrasound check up and stays until the embryo transfer. The stay is between 8 - 12 days. Another possibility is that the patient arrives in Prague after the second ultrasound check up and stays for 8 - 10 days. There is also an option for the patient to arrive before the ovum pick up. In that case, the patient needs to stay 6 - 8 days.
Requirements for the Treated Couple
- The female patient should ideally not be older than 43. Older patients may try the IVF treatment with their own eggs once. If the attempt is unsuccessful, donor eggs are recommended.
- The female must be in good health and her hormone levels must correlate to treatment with their own eggs.
- The BMI of the woman needs to be below 35.
- Neither the man nor the woman can have the HIV virus, hepatitis B, hepatitis C viruses, or syphilis.
- Marriage is not a prerequisite.