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IVF In Belgium?

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meadowlark3 Tue 11-Apr-17 15:38:22

Anyone have experience with IVF clinics in Belgium? I searched on MN and can't find any recent posts. We have one NHS go but I am for some reason fairly pessimistic and trying to plan what might be after if we fail here.

valgr11 Thu 13-Apr-17 19:52:15

Sorry, but haven't heard much about Belgium. I seem to be in the same boat with you looking for clinics with good reputation in the sphere of artificial reproduction. Just came across some information about such in Ukraine. Looks like worth having closer look at. Good donor base, professional staff and reasonable prices are main advantages here

fraise005 Tue 18-Apr-17 05:19:43

I hope you cycle work perfectly well.
I was in Ukraine for treatment and I did not like it one bit. I have got to admit that it was not in Kiev so cannot pretend to have experience in the whole of Ukraine. The name of the city was Dnepropetrosvk, something like that. I still do not want to think about that clinic as it was the most stressful cycle I have ever had in my 11 years of infertility. bottom line.. it was awful.
After that my hubby and I decided that to only do treatment in the EU. and we found Reprogenesis in Brno.
they were not just there as a business... we felt they care about us.. about our feeling.. and about all we went through.
Doctor was quite professional, knowledgeable and purely efficient...
It worked for us and I hope it will work for you too

valgr11 Thu 20-Apr-17 14:26:57

Sorry for your having negative experience in Dnepropetrovsk and feeling so disappointed ..I hope it doesn't work for all the clinics in Ukraine. I tend to think in Kiev they provide better service. At least it would be strange having so many favourable feedbacks throughout the internet..anyway it's worth checking one more time that one in Kiev and look at the information about the clinic in Brno you mentioned as well.
I'm happy for your successful cycle though. And that's really great when people are committed to their work and take care of the people they have to work with x

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