IVF using donor embryos
IVF involves joining a woman’s egg and man’s sperm outside the woman’s body. For couples who fail to conceive using their own germ cells, donated eggs and sperm from suitable anonymous donors will be used for IVF.Book a consultation
Course of treatment
Egg and sperm donation are legal in the Czech Republic and subject to strict control by state authorities. Egg donors are healthy women aged from 18-35, sperm donors are healthy men aged from 18-40. All donors undergo thorough medical examinations to assess their physical and mental health. Genetic testing (screening) is an integral part of these examinations, which reduces the probability of certain genetic abnormalities in both egg and sperm donors, together with tests for sexually transmitted diseases (HIV, hepatitis B and C, syphilis, chlamydia in donors).
Suitable egg and sperm donors are selected by our doctors on the basis of a jointly completed questionnaire. You will receive non-identifying information about the egg and/or sperm donor that preserves their anonymity (age, appearance, blood group, interests, etc.). Donation is anonymous, and, by law, a child born this way has no right to learn the identity of the sperm or egg donor even after reaching the age of 18.
Egg and sperm donors are compensated for accrued expenses associated with egg or sperm donation.
Each member of our team has many years of experience in the treatment of infertility at major centres of assisted reproduction in the Czech Republic and abroad. Experienced professionals increase our clients' chances of a successful pregnancy.
MUDr. Jan RapsaChief Doctor
MUDr. Darina KrutinováIVF Gynaecologist
MUDr. Natalya Savelyeva CSc.IVF Gynaecologist
MUDr. Milada BrandejskáIVF Gynaecologist
MUDr. Irena BaťkováIVF Gynaecologist
Ing. Stanislava PertoldováHead of IVF laboratory
Mgr. Lenka ŘíhováEmbryologist
Ing. Nikola StrachováEmbryologist
Mgr. Marija AleksičIVF Coordinator
The clinic uses laboratory methods that increase the chances of successful pregnancy
We will suggest suitable methods following an initial consultation with a doctor. In the meantime, you can compare their effectiveness.
ICSI is the injection of sperm directly into an egg. This significantly increases the chance of fertilisation.More information
We can increase the chances of pregnancy by selecting only the best quality embryos for transfer. We can identify these through continuous monitoring in EmbryoScope.More information
The PICSI method is an improvement of the ICSI procedure. Only specifically selected sperm are used for fertilisation and these are injected directly into the egg. PICSI increases the chances of pregnancy and reduces the risk of miscarriage.More information
In the absence of live sperm in the ejaculate, there is the possibility of obtaining sperm surgically from the epididymis (PESA or MESA) or testis (TESE).More information
This method is used to disrupt the protective envelope (outer shell) of the embryo in order to make it easier to implant (nest) in the uterus.More information Všechny podpůrné laboratorní metody
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