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5 New Year’s resolutions for those who did not welcome a baby this year

A new year, new hope. Who needs hope more than couples who have been trying for a baby unsuccessfully? As all IVF fighters know, miracles rarely happer 'overnight' in this world. So let's take a look at what steps you can take to help these little miracles happen.

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Infertility and Christmas: How to get through another Christmas without a baby

For most people, Christmas is a time spent with family and children, but for infertile couples it is a painful reminder of what they desire so much and have failed to achieve. It is no wonder that for these people, the Christmas holidays are associated feelings that are the opposite of abundance and joy. How can you and your partner get through the holidays and try to enjoy them?

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Use the Christmas holidays to visit Prague and start IVF treatment

Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and it is even more romantic in December with its Christmas atmosphere. This year our clinic will be open from 27 December till 30 December. This will allow you to combine a visit to the beautiful wintry Prague with an initial consultation at our clinic, in which we will perform all initial tests and present treatment options.

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Evaluating the quality of collected eggs and embryos

During IVF treatment, you may encounter various abbreviations that indicate the quality of collected eggs or developing embryos. Our laboratory has prepared this article to explain all these technical terms. Your clinic should inform you of the quality of your eggs and embryos during the treatment.

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Blastocyst: Five-day embryo

Most embryo transfers in IVF treatment are performed on the fifth day, when the embryo is in the blastocyst stage. But what is a blastocyst exactly and why is this stage so important?

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Secondary Infertility: Trouble Getting Pregnant a Second Time

Did you have your first child with no issues, but you're unable to conceive again? Then it's time to consider the fact that you may be facing secondary infertility, which can come as an unpleasant surprise for many couples. They often don't expect to face trouble in their attempt for a second child as the first pregnancy was successful.

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Folic acid is important before and during pregnancy

Have you decided now is the right time to have a baby? Congratulations! You are about to enter an exciting period that will completely change your life. But because the right nutrients and vitamins are very important for the development of the foetus and the mother's health, let's look at the most important one today: folic acid.

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Vitamins and supplements that promote fertility and pregnancy

Everyone who didn't manage to get pregnant on the first, second, third or even fourth try knows how difficult this journey is. There are thankfully many treatment options today, the most simple of which is non-invasive - your diet - specifically micronutrients that your body needs to receive in food or supplement form for fertility. What nutrients are we talking about?

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Missed miscarriage: Symptoms, causes and when you can get pregnant again

One of the reasons why couples prefer to wait with their pregnancy announcement is the risk of a missed miscarriage; this is when the foetus stops developing and dies. However, unlike in a spontaneous miscarriage, the foetus remains in the woman's body, and because the placenta continues to secrete hormones, the mother often only hears this painful news from her doctor.

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