Fertility blog | Prague Fertility Centre


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.


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.


Success rate of IVF 

Embryology has revolutionized fertility treatments, introducing incredible advancements. Imagine techniques boasting over 98% success in embryo thawing, offering hope even with fewer eggs. Tailored approaches, like Preimplantation Genetic Testing, enhance success rates, supporting individuals seeking fertility solutions. 


Free infertility testing and consultation during Prague Fertility Days 

Have you been trying to get pregnant for more than a year — or for more than 6 months if you are over the age of 35 — without success? Or is getting pregnant not a problem, but you keep having miscarriages? Either way, it’s worth a visit to a fertility specialist. You’ll get a better idea of your chances of conceiving naturally, identify any problems early on and have an experienced partner to guide you through this difficult time for many couples. In addition, during the Prague Fertility Days from 1 to 30 September 2023, you will receive a free consultation and examination — even for self-paying patients.

Social freezing

Egg Freezing: A Modern Woman’s Guide to Fertility Freedom 

For those who don’t want to give up their plans for a family but aren’t yet at the stage in their life when they want children, social freezing is an option. A recent Danish study showed that between the ages of 35 and 40, women’s fertility declines by 15% each year, and after 40 it declines by a third each year. It’s well known that the ideal age for a woman to get pregnant is between 20 and 30, but what if circumstances don’t allow it?


Improving fertility through nutrition 

While age and genetic factors influence egg and sperm quality, incorporating healthy lifestyle choices can positively impact your fertility health. Find out how you can positively influence your fertility with the right diet.