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IVF treatment availability at UNICA CLINIC Prague and Brno

IVF at Unica Clinics – Prague and Brno - restrictions
Woman maximum age48
Single womanNot allowed
Same sex female couplesNot allowed
HIV (female)Allowed
HIV (male)Allowed
HCV / HBV (female)Allowed
HCV / HBV (male)Allowed

About UNICA CLINIC Prague and Brno

Unica was founded in 1991 in Brno, and they then established another clinic in Prague, in 2017. An interesting fact is that the Brno clinic became the first-ever private European clinic to be associated with the highly prestigious McGill University when they became associated with the assisted reproduction department in 2014.

UNICA clinic waiting area

Both clinics have been designed with a modern look, designed to give you confidence as soon as you see them. With light colours and beautiful furniture adorning each clinic, you will feel a sense of calm and comfort when entering the clinic. Each clinic has a laboratory and operating theatre, as well as 9 patient recovery rooms designed with your comfort in mind, offering both privacy and tranquillity.

The laboratories of the clinics have the latest state-of-the-art equipment and they use the latest treatment techniques that have all been designed in order to give you the highest chances of success in your treatment. All of their equipment comes from manufacturers who are world-renowned for what they do, and have been built according to industry and regulatory standards. Thanks to this equipment they can offer you a wide range of treatments, allowing them a lot of different options in order to assist you in having a baby.

Unica and the Czech Republic are wonderful places with which to undergo your IVF treatment, thanks to a variety of reasons.

  • Safety – the Czech Republic is seen as the 9th safest country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index rankings for 2021. Each country is awarded points based on the safety of the citizens, as well as the safety of any visitors to the country. Because the country has experienced great economic growth they are able to offer more services and for more affordable cost.
  • Tradition – the Czech Republic has a very rich tradition when it comes to medicine, with them able to trace their medical education all the way back to 1348, which is over 650 years of medical education. Thanks to this they have produced some truly amazing doctors over their long history.
  • Noteworthy names – Modern science, genetics and medicine owe a lot to Gregor Johann Mendel, who laid down the foundation and the laws of heredity, which was able to show that genetic traits and diseases could pass from generation to generation in the same family. Another name that may not feel familiar, but you will surely know of what they did, is Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, who was responsible for performing the first full-face transplant surgery in the United States of America, which is a remarkable achievement.
  • Medical Education. Thanks to their 650+ years of medical education they have some of the highest standards of education all over the world. Anyone wishing to be a doctor must undergo 12 years of training before being recognised as specialists in their chosen field, this includes 6 years of medical school and 6 years in their chosen speciality. With education this long you can be sure that your doctor will be an expert in their chosen field.

IVF Lab at UNICA clinic

When it comes to infertility treatment it is both your body and mind that can influence how well the treatment goes, and Unica clinic understands this. They offer treatments that can help both your mind and body relax in ways that they might have never relaxed before. You can undergo these treatments during your IVF treatment, to help you stay calm and relaxed throughout. Some of these treatments are:

  • Acupuncture – This is an ancient Chinese technique that has been refined and performed for thousands of years, where they insert needles into special points across your body. This will give you a sense of calm and relaxation like nothing else.
  • Progressive Muscle Training (PMR) – PMR is a special technique that has been designed to help you relax your muscles and get rid of, or ease any tension you may be feeling. You do this by flexing and releasing your muscles.
  • Mental Training – You will undergo this with the help of a therapist, who will aid you in unlocking the barriers of your mind, so that you can find inner peace and a better mental balance.
  • CranioSacral Therapy (CST) – A special type of therapy that helps you relieve the tension that resides deep within your body, to help with pain and dysfunction, whilst also helping to improve your health and physical performance.
  • Autogenic Training – This is another form of mental training, that is all about visualisation in order to help you relax and relieve any stress you are feeling.

As well as the above treatments you will also receive assistance with physiotherapy, your diet to ensure you eat the right foods, psychological consultation, fertility yoga, and meditation. It is extra treatment such as this that shows that Unica really cares about your physical and mental health.

Once you have undergone your IVF treatment and have your child, you can even join their Ambassador Program, which brings you on board as a special ambassador, so that you can share your experiences and what you went through, with new would-be mothers. This is a wonderful program as people going through this can feel alone, so having someone there who has already gone through what they are experiencing can help a great deal, and be a cathartic experience for both you and them.

Experience and Medical Staff at UNICA CLINIC Prague and Brno

Dr. Tomas Frgala

The lead physician at Unica Brno is Dr. Tomas Frgala, a highly qualified and experienced reproductive specialist who has even undergone training in California and is highly respected by his peers. His counterpart at the Prague clinic is Dr. Tomas Cepelak, who has over 25 years of experience with IVF, making him one of the most experienced specialists in the field. Dr. Cepelak is a member of multiple organisations such as ESHRE, CGPS, JEP, CLS, and SAR. Both lead physicians are very highly qualified and experienced, making them the right men for the job.

Dr. Tomas Cepelak

The Clinic Directors, Michaela Silhava in Prague, and Helena Nohelova in Brno, lead a highly qualified team of 9 doctors and 15 embryologists, who are all hardworking and dedicated to ensuring your dreams of parenthood can come true. The head embryologists of both clinics, who are highly experienced embryologists, stand out in particular. In the Prague clinic, you have Vlastimil Weber, an ESHRE accredited embryologist with over 20 years of experience, who has been working as one since he graduated from university. At Brno is Sylvie Hlaváčová, who is also ESHRE accredited, and has been working in assisted reproduction since 1996, giving her over 25 years of experience.

It is not just doctors, embryologists, and nurses, that the clinics have, as each clinic has patient coordinators, who are specialised in being there for the patients during their treatment. The patient coordinators speak different languages so are perfect at dealing with international patients. It is not just the coordinators who speak multiple languages as a lot of the staff do as well, meaning there will always be somebody who understands you and somebody you will understand.

The languages the staff speak, as well as all being fluent in English, are:

  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Polish
  • Serbian
  • Croatian
  • Russian
  • Czech.

Patient room at UNICA clinic

IVF Costs at UNICA CLINIC Prague and Brno

The costs for treatment at the clinic are varied and will depend on the treatments you require, as all patients require different treatments. Your first medical consultation can either be done in person or online, with in-person costing 145 Euros and online costing 100.

The cost for IUI (intrauterine insemination) is 800 Euros and if you require donor sperm the price goes up by 300 Euros, so for AID (artificial insemination with a donor), you will pay in total 1,100 Euros. The general costs for IVF treatment are 2,550 Euros, but with donor eggs, it can cost from 5,300 to 10,500 Euros. The costs for treatment with egg donation are 2,500 Euros, and sperm donation will cost 2,850 Euros. Donor sperm costs start from 300 Euros, with sperm freezing being 300 Euros for 2 years of storage, if you wish to use it at a later date.

Basic IVF packages cost at Unica Clinics – Prague and Brno
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)€800
Artificial insemination with donor (AID)€1,100
IVF with own eggs€2,550
Egg donation IVF€5,300 - €10,500
Embryo donationfrom €2,500
Egg freezingTBC
Sperm donationfrom €2,850

There are other treatment options available and these all carry extra costs. To receive embryo monitoring will cost 300 Euros, but blastocyst culture will be included with your main treatment price. Another form of testing is genetic embryo testing, which tests if the embryos have any genetic defects or abnormalities, this is done prior to implantation to ensure your embryos are healthy, this PGT-A/PGS testing will cost 2,200 Euros. Just like with sperm, you can also pay to have the remaining embryos frozen and stored, to possibly be used by you at a later date. Vitrification and storage for 2 years of the remaining embryos will cost 400 Euros, whilst FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer) will cost 970 Euros. If we compare the price of FET with other clinics around Europe you will see that this price is more affordable.

IVF add ons and other costs

Other IVF techniques costs at Unica Clinics – Prague and Brno
Medical consultation (doctor)from €145 (€100 - online)
Donor spermfrom €300
Sperm freezing€300
Embryo Monitoring (e.g. Embryoscope)€600
Blastocyst cultureincluded in treatment price
PGT-A / PGS genetic embryo testing€2,200
Embryo freezing and storage for 1 year€400
FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer€970

IVF Refund Guarantee Package

Unica also has a special Live Birth Guarantee programme available, where you are guaranteed to have a live birth after 3 IVF cycles or you receive your money back. The cost for this programme is 17,500 Euros.

Refund Package (Money back guarantee):

Live Birth Guarantee programme - 17500 EUR
Refund is guaranteed if the program does not end with the desired result.
Refund amount: 100% if live birth is not achieved
No. of IVF cycles included: 3 complete cycle(s)
Program qualification is necessary. Please ask the clinic for details.

IVF Success Rates at UNICA CLINIC Prague and Brno

When it comes to success rates, Unica sees average success when compared with other clinics in Europe. The success rates are based on performing an average of 1,325 IVF cycles per year using a patient’s own eggs, and 1,250 IVF cycles per year using donor eggs. The success rates for 2020 for a single IVF cycle per embryo transfer are as follows:

  • Fresh donor eggs – 64%
  • Frozen donor eggs – 56%.

The clinical pregnancy success rate for 2020 for IVF using a patient’s own eggs was 43.2%, which broken down into age groups was:

  • women under 35 – 53.6%
  • women aged 35-40 – 39.4%
  • women over 40 – 11.5%

The success rate for clinical pregnancy in 2020 for IVF using donor eggs was 49.2%. The success rates for clinical pregnancy when embryo transfer was used were:

  • Frozen embryos – 26.9%
  • Donor embryos – 47.4%.

Consultation at UNICA clinic

UNICA CLINIC Prague and Brno – Location

The main clinic for Unica is located in Prague, Czech Republic. Prague is a beautiful city that is full of wonderful architecture and even looks like it comes straight from a Disney movie. It is a city famous for the Astronomical Clock that was installed all the way back in 1410 and gives visitors a little show every hour from 9 am to 11 pm.

The Prague clinic is close to everything you need, as it is only 15 minutes away from the airport. The city itself has wonderful transport options available as you can easily get there by plane, train, or automobile.

Their other clinic is located in Brno, Czech Republic, and is also a wonderfully beautiful city with lots of sights to gaze and marvel at. It is a city famous for being an educational hub, as well as its multicultural identity, with so many different things to see and do during your stay. As with the Prague clinic, it is close to the airport, with it being only 20 minutes away, and the city is accessible to all forms of transport.

No matter how you are travelling to either clinic, they will be able to offer you advice on your journey. And whichever clinic you choose, you will be treated to wonderful sights and beautiful architecture.

Unica Clinics – Prague and Brno - FAQ
What is the average cost of IVF with your own eggs at UNICA?

The average cost of IVF with your own eggs at UNICA is between 2,450 Euros and 3,500 Euros. The exact cost will depend on the package that you choose to have as the clinic has two packages available, the standard package for 2,450 Euros plus an additional 200 Euros for STD testing if you wish to have it performed.

The second package is called the Exclusive package and this will cost 3,500 Euros, although this includes more:

  • The consultation with the doctor
  • Sperm analysis
  • Stimulation as well as monitoring
  • Anaesthesia for the oocyte retrieval as well as the retrieval itself
  • PICSI (Physiological Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection)
  • ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection)
  • AH (Assisted Hatching)
  • Time Lapse monitoring of the embryos
  • STD testing
  • Prolonged cultivation
  • Embryo and sperm freezing
  • Embryo transfer.

When you undergo IVF with your own eggs with Unica it will be performed in seven steps:

  • Step 1: This is the preparation phase where you will see the doctor and your options for treatment will be explored and decided upon to give you the best chance of success.
  • Step 2: You will undergo egg retrieval in order for them to be fertilised, and this retrieval can be performed under sedation or analgesia.
  • Step 3: Sperm will be collected from your male partner and tested to ensure it is viable for the procedure. If so, it will be used, if not then you will require a sperm donor.
  • Step 4: In step 4 the sperm that will be used in your treatment will be used to fertilise the previously retrieved eggs, this will be done using ICSI, a procedure whereby sperm cells are injected directly into the egg to form an embryo.
  • Step 5: Your embryos will be allowed to develop for five days, in order for them to reach the stage necessary for transfer.
  • Step 6: Your embryos will now be transferred to the uterus. If you have remaining embryos, you can choose to have them frozen and preserved for use at a later date.
  • Step 7: If everything has gone perfectly, then your embryos will implant two days after transfer and your treatment will have been successful.

Your doctor will be able to answer any and all questions you have about the procedure as well as each package.

What are the costs of popular IVF add-ons at UNICA?

The cost of popular add-ons with UNICA will depend on which add-ons you choose to have as they have a variety available. These are:

  • Karyotype testing for 275 Euros. Designed to check whether or not your cells have the right amount of chromosomes, this test can be useful for knowing if there are any genetic abnormalities in your DNA that can pass on to your child.
  • Laser assisted hatching for 280 Euros. This is a procedure where the zona pellucida of the embryo is lightly pierced and can help with successful implantation.
  • Time Lapse monitoring for 650 Euros. With this the embryologists are able to observe the development of the embryo in a much more efficient manner, and allows them to see every step of the process, enabling them to select the best embryo for transfer.
  • Embryoglue for 275 Euros. This is a substance that is used in order to aid with embryo implantation, as it can help the embryo stick to the uterine lining.

Assisted hatching, time lapse monitoring and Embryoglue are often included in packages, so if you wish to check if you need to pay extra, you should speak with your doctor.

The clinic can also help you take care of yourself with more holistic methods and as such offers the following:

  • Acupuncture for 150 Euros. You will have two applications of this, before and after embryo transfer. Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese technique that helps with relaxation and pain management.
  • Psychologist/personal coach for 90 Euros. This can help with your mind and either put you at ease or help you work through any problems that you may have.
  • Physiotherapy for 130 Euros. This can also help with pain management, and help your body relax.
  • Reproductive yoga for 130 Euros. Exercise is important in order to keep your body healthy and yoga is one of the best forms available.
  • Nutritional consultation for 110 Euros. What we put in our body is very important as the food and drink we consume impacts our physical health, knowing what to eat and drink can help you become healthier.

Should you wish to have any of the above add-ons included in your treatment you should talk with your doctor.

What is the average cost of the egg donation cycle at UNICA?

The average cost of IVF using egg donation at UNICA is between 4,800 Euros and 9,500 Euros, and the price you pay will depend on which package you opt for. The most popular package with the clinic is the Exclusive package, which will cost 6,300 Euros, with the other two packages costing 4,800 Euros and 9,500 Euros.

When choosing the exclusive package you will be able to choose from three donors, who will have been chosen based on your physical characteristics as well as other traits such as education and talent. The donors will remain anonymous so you will be unable to see or know who the donor is. Thanks to the database of donors that the clinic works with there is no waiting time when undergoing egg donation treatment. Included in the exclusive package is the following:

  • Consultation with the doctor where they will determine the best course of treatment for you.
  • Sperm analysis to ensure that your partner’s sperm is viable for the treatment, if not a donor will be used instead.
  • PICSI (Physiological Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection or ICSI (intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection), depending on which of these methods the doctor decides is best.
  • Assisted Hatching, where the zona pellucida of the embryo is lightly pierced in order to help facilitate implantation.
  • Time Lapse monitoring, where the embryos that have been created will be closely monitored at every stage of development, in order to help the specialists choose the best one for you.
  • Donor preparation, where the donor will undergo tests and procedures in order to prepare their body for egg donation and in order to synchronise their cycle with you.
  • STD testing to ensure that there are no sexually transmitted diseases present that can impact the health of the eggs and embryos.
  • Prolonged cultivation of the embryos so that they can reach the best stage of development in order to increase the chances of success.
  • Embryo and sperm freezing should this be required, for instance if there are any embryos remaining in order to use them in the future. The subsequent transfer is also included in the cost.

Everything outlined above is included in the Exclusive package, if you wish to know about the other packages then you can speak to your doctor at the clinic who will tell you everything that you need to know.

What kind of egg donor ethnicities are available at UNICA?

The egg donor ethnicities available at UNICA are Caucasian, Hispanic and Scandinavian. There may be other ethnicities available at the time you go in for treatment but these are the ones that are often available, as the clinic is situated in the Czech Republic so may not often have ethnicities such as African, Asian or more available.

Egg donation with the clinic is safe and you can be sure that the egg donors that are available to you are healthy, fertile and have undergone strict testing in order to ensure that they are allowed to be donors. Once your treatment has been decided upon and you need an egg donor you will be asked about donors, as you may select certain requirements that your donor has to meet. You will be matched with your donors based on physical characteristics as well as any requirements you have, and you will be presented with multiple donors to choose from, although you will be unable to see them or know who they are, as donation is completely anonymous.

All donors must meet certain requirements in order to donate and these are:

  • Age between 18 and 30. This is to ensure that the donors are young, healthy and fertile, as the younger a woman is the more fertile her eggs are.
  • Healthy lifestyle. Donors with the clinic must have a BMI below 29, this is to ensure that she lives healthily.
  • As well as testing for any transmittable diseases the donors will also undergo genetic testing, to ensure there are no chromosomal abnormalities or genetic defects present that can be passed down to any future children, as these can seriously impact the life and health of the child.
  • Donors must have finished high school and have a diploma to say so, this is to ensure that they are intelligent enough to understand what being an egg donor is all about.
  • Healthy body and mind. In order to donate the donors must be physically and mentally healthy, as both of these can impact the health of the eggs.
  • Drug-free. Drugs are very bad for the health so ensuring that the donors are drug-free is an important part of the process and this will be done with a drug test.

With the requirements above you can be sure that you will only receive the best donations possible.

What is the cost of PGT-A and how should it be calculated with IVF programs at UNICA?

The cost of PGT-A with UNICA is 795 Euros for the first embryo, and 425 for each subsequent embryo that you wish to have tested. The cost includes the biopsy as well as the freezing for the embryos. PGT-A is Preimplantation Genetic Testing and is a test that is performed on the embryos, once they have developed enough. The test involves taking cells from the embryo in order to study them and is used in order to detect any genetic defects or chromosomal abnormalities that may be present within the embryo that can negatively impact the development of the embryo and the future child. It is an important test that can help ensure that your future child doesn’t have their quality of life impacted by genetics that are beyond their control.

The test is optional and you can speak to your doctor about whether the test is necessary for your situation. There are certain cases where the test is recommended, and these times are:

  • If you are over the age of 37, then you are at a higher risk of having a child born with conditions such as Down’s syndrome.
  • Prior miscarriages. If you have suffered miscarriages in the past and they were found to be due to genetic defects, you are also at a higher risk of this recurring.
  • Genetic defects. If you or your partner suffer from any genetic defects or chromosomal abnormalities, there is a high chance of these passing down to any children you will have in the future.

In the above situations, it is usually recommended that you have PGT performed on your embryos, and if this is the case the doctor will discuss this with you at your initial consultation.

What is the cost of donor sperm from the bank at UNICA?

The cost of donor sperm with UNICA is 350 Euros for one dose of donor sperm, and 300 Euros for the thawing and preparation of sperm. Donor sperm is used when the fertility problems are on the male side, due to low motility or low sperm count with no viable sperm available. In these situations donor sperm is the only choice.

Much like with egg donors, sperm donors must also meet certain requirements in order to donate their sperm. These can be:

  • The age range for sperm donors is often 18-50 years old, and this is because men remain fertile for a longer period and their sperm remains viable at higher ages. Although can often opt for younger sperm as this will be healthier and more fertile.
  • Healthy lifestyle. Eating and drinking healthily is important as what we put in our body affects our health and fertility, and a healthy lifestyle is much better for this. Living healthily is important for donors.
  • Drug-free. Illegal drugs wreak untold damage on our bodies, as such all donors need to be drug-free so that their donation doesn’t contain anything untoward.

Donation is anonymous so you will be unable to know who your donor is, but you can rest assured that they will be chosen based on your phenotype. Any sperm that you receive will be healthy and fertile, allowing you the best opportunity for success.

What is the average cost of embryo donation at UNICA?

The average cost of embryo donation with UNICA is 2,490 Euros. Embryo donation is where embryos that have already been created are donated to be used by others who are seeking fertility treatment, and is most often utilised by those who are unable to create healthy embryos of their own. It is also used when a woman needs an egg donor and a sperm donor in order to create embryos that can be used for her treatment. An embryo is created when an egg is fertilised directly with sperm.

The cost of the embryo donation treatment includes:

  • This is where you and your doctor will meet and you will talk about the issues that you have been facing when it comes to fertility. The best course of action will be decided upon once the doctor has thoroughly reviewed your case.
  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection is where the sperm is injected directly into the egg in order to fertilise it.
  • Assisted Hatching, which is when the zona pellucida of the embryo is lightly pierced, and can help facilitate successful implantation. It is performed once the embryo has reached the right stage of development.
  • Timelapse monitoring where the embryo is studied closely and the embryologists are able to see the embryo at every stage of the development. This allows the embryologists to see which embryos have developed best and lets them pick the ones that should offer you the best chance.
  • The embryos are cultivated in the laboratory and allowed to develop for the necessary period of time, in order for them to be perfect for transfer.
  • This is a viscous substance that is used in order to help the embryo stick to the wall of the uterine lining and can help the embryo successfully implant.
  • Once the embryos are ready they will be transferred to your uterus.

If you think embryo donation is the treatment you require you can find out all of the information about it from your doctor at your consultation.

What is the average cost of egg freezing at UNICA?

The average cost of egg freezing with UNICA is between 1,800 Euros and 3,100 Euros, with the price you pay depending on which package that you choose to have for your treatment. The lowest priced package will cost 1,800 Euros and includes one cycle of treatment, the next package costs 2,500 Euros and is a duo stim package, with the highest priced package costing 3,100 Euros and allowing you to have two cycles of treatment performed.

Included in the package for 1,800 Euros is:

  • This is the initial consultation where you will speak with the doctor at the clinic about wishing to have your eggs frozen, and where you will decide which package to choose from.
  • Hormonal profile. This will test your fertility and determine your hormone levels and ovarian reserve, as well as your chances of getting pregnant.
  • STD testing. You will undergo tests to determine whether or not you have any sexually transmitted diseases, as these can impact fertility and the health of your eggs.
  • Oocyte retrieval. Once your eggs are ready to be collected you will undergo retrieval, and as many eggs as possible will be collected.
  • Once the eggs have been retrieved they will undergo the freezing process, in order to preserve your eggs until you are ready.

Thanks to cryopreservation technology the clinic successfully thaws up to 95% of the eggs that they thaw. So if you decide to freeze your eggs, you will be in safe hands.

What are the average costs of intrauterine insemination and donor sperm insemination at UNICA?

The average cost of Intrauterine Insemination with UNICA is 800 Euros, and the average cost of donor sperm insemination, also known as AID, is 1,450 Euros. IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) is a procedure where sperm is placed inside a small, thin catheter, which is then pushed through the cervix and the sperm is released inside the uterine cavity. AID (Artificial Insemination with Donor), is the same procedure but with donor sperm rather than with a partner’s sperm, and this can be for varying reasons, the main reason being the male is unable to produce viable sperm. The cost of AID includes the 800 Euros for the insemination procedure, plus 350 Euros for the donor sperm, and 300 Euros for donor sperm preparation and thawing.

Artificial insemination is a good procedure to use when the male can either not ejaculate sperm, or when sperm has trouble making its way to the uterus in order to fertilise an egg. On the whole, IUI is performed with healthy sperm. With this procedure the sperm is placed directly inside the uterine cavity, which enables more sperm cells to make it to the eggs and thus have a greater chance of fertilising the eggs that have been produced. The procedure is relatively painless and you should only feel a small pinch and some cramping as the catheter passes through your cervix, so anaesthesia is not necessary for this procedure. If you need donor sperm then you will have a donor chosen for you based on your physical characteristics to ensure as close a match as possible, although the donor will be anonymous and chosen by the clinic.

Who is the medical director and what is the doctor’s experience in IVF treatment at UNICA?

When it comes to the medical director of UNICA there are two as they have two clinics, one in Prague and one in Brno. The medical director of the Prague clinic is Dr. Tomáš Čepelák, who has been the head physician since 2019 and studied at the Medical Faculty of Charles University, where he graduated in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, which he has made the focus of his professional career. Having worked in the field of infertility, he has led many clinics that focused on fertility issues and gynaecology. Thanks to his experience in the field of infertility treatment he is one of the most experienced specialists in the field of IVF at the clinic. When he is not working at the clinic he is also an active military health worker, helping those who serve around the world. He is a member of ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology), SAR, CGPS, CLS and JEP.

The medical director of the clinic in Brno is Dr. Tomáš Frgala, whose specialist field is Reproductive Medicine. During his experience he has also worked at the University of Southern California, where he studied tumorous disease treatment. He specialises in patient satisfaction and works hard to maintain the highest quality of medicine, so that all of his patients are fully satisfied with the treatment they have received.

Regardless of which clinic location you choose, you will be in the hands of true professionals with a wealth of experience in treating people who are having infertility issues.

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