IVF Blog 

We are acutely aware that the infertility treatment process is very demanding, especially emotionally. That is why we gather information from our experts so that you too can learn what is important for couples in a similar situation. You can learn more about reproductive health, artificial insemination, fertility preservation and related topics.


Despite endometriosis: The possibility of IVF treatment at Prague Fertility Centre 

Women suffering from endometriosis often face difficulties on the road to motherhood. Endometriosis can severely limit fertility and make daily functioning uncomfortable. Prague Fertility Centre specialises in helping women with this diagnosis and offers individual care, tailored treatment and family planning support. Using cutting-edge IVF technology and an experienced team of doctors, we will help you achieve your dream of becoming a mother.


Myths and facts about IVF: Separating truth from misinformation 

IVF (in vitro fertilization) is a method of assisted reproduction that allows conception
outside the womb. Although IVF is a relatively common procedure, there are
still many myths and misinformation about it. In this article, we will look at
some of the most common ones and clarify the facts.


IVF in Spain vs in the Czech Republic: how do they compare? 

IVF treatment in Spain and the Czech Republic are both highly regarded, with high success rates and experienced fertility specialists. However, there are some key differences between the two countries in terms of cost, eligibility, and the range of treatments available.


Cost of IVF Treatment in the Czech Republic: A Guide for US and Canadian Patients 

IVF treatment can be a very expensive proposition, especially in the United States and Canada. However, there are many countries around the world where IVF treatment is much more affordable, including the Czech Republic.

Pregnancy after 40 is possible.

What are my chances of getting pregnant in 40s? 

The reality of our current society has drastically changed compared to our parent’s generation.The truth is, that getting pregnant in your 40s is becoming common ground. We have enormous life opportunities that we want to explore, we want to create a safe environment for our future children, we want to make sure we are emotionally prepared for parenting.


How can IVF and Genetic testing help prevent Sickle Cell disease? 

July and September are Sickle Cell Awareness Months in the U.K. and U.S.A. Sickle cell disease is a relatively common genetic disorder that IVF & Genetic testing (PGT‑M) can help prevent – around one in 10 African-Americans is a carrier for this trait. Other groups can carry sickle cell trait as well, including Hispanics, Caribbean, South Americans, Central Americans, and those from certain parts of Europe, including Italy and Greece. In addition to working with patients who carry this trait, at PFC we also work with patients who have sickle cell disease. Advancements in the field of genetic testing have made it possible for carriers to avoid passing on the condition to their children.