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IVF in prague. Anyone's having or have had? where? and how happy are you?

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kimkat Mon 05-Jan-15 00:13:34

Hi everyone. we are planning a sibbling to our daughter who we got through IVF. But due to the costs, we are planning to have it done abroad this time. I Have read a little about some clinics in prague, but would like to know if anyone have had their IVF done in Czec or in another country, and possibly the costs, How happy were you with the results, etc.
Please will you help as I don't really know wher to start to search.
thanks a million
xx

bluemoonday Tue 06-Jan-15 08:53:19

Hi Kat - Czech Republic is not my area of expertise but there is loads of info on the Fertility Friends board about the different options:
www.fertilityfriends.co.uk/forum/index.php?board=347.0

BugBugBug Tue 06-Jan-15 09:03:08

We had our last IVF cycle in Barcelona. The clinic were amazing and we finally got our DS. We went with Institut Marques, which was recommended by a friend.

The costs vary depending on the type of treatment you use. We had egg donation so it was expensive. The costs are all listed on their website. Just google Institut Marques.

Good luck with it.

purplemeggie Tue 06-Jan-15 22:37:36

Hello Kimkat. I'm in a similar position. DS is about to be 7 and we've been ttc for 5 years. We did two fresh and one frozen cycle in the UK this year, but I was getting diminishing responses with my own eggs. I'm about to be 42.

So....we're going to Arleta for a preliminary consultation in 2 weeks time with a view to doing DE IVF. I've been really impressed so far, happy to give you an update when we've met them. They do three levels of fixed-price package, meds only, All inclusive (accommodation and meds) and super-all inclusive (travel, accommodation and meds).

purplemeggie Tue 06-Jan-15 22:38:22

p.s. we also looked into going to Barcelona, but the clinic that was recommended to us wasn't much cheaper than the UK, which was why we went for Prague.

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