Before treatment, we will complete all necessary examinations. These will help us discover the underlying issue with fertility. If the problem cannot be treated, assisted reproduction is the next step. If possible, considering the diagnosis, we try simple treatment methods before the complicated ones.
IUI is the simplest method of assisted reproduction. It helps the sperm reach the ovaries and egg. This means that a doctor places sperm inside the uterus using a plastic catheter at the most fertile day of the cycle. This method is painless and takes only a couple of minutes.About this method
IVF is an assisted reproduction method during which the egg is fertilised outside a woman’s body in lab conditions (in vitro). Firstly, eggs are retrieved after a hormonal stimulation. They are then fertilised by the partner’s sperm in a laboratory. After a few days, we insert the resulting embryo back into the woman’s body.About this method
In case a pregnancy cannot be established with own cells, we use those of our donors. Egg and sperm donation in the Czech Republic is legal, voluntary, safe and fully anonymousAbout this method
If you are not planning to become a parent yet, due to illness or career, we strongly recommend you freeze your gametes. In the body, gamete quality declined with age. And if you have to undergo oncological treatment, you will later be able to have your own child.About this method
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In November we decided to take our second and final chance. Our decision was firm – this was the last time no matter the result. There was one last usable embryo. And it was successful! Our two sons have gotten another sibling - a sister. Thank you so much all staff at Pronatal Praha.
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