GYNEM IVF Infertility clinic in Prague, Czech Republic
Opened in 2013, GYNEM IVF is a state-of-the-art clinic devoted to IVF in Prague, Czech Republic. The clinic is run by a family-based company with many years’ experience in the field of assisted reproduction and in medical tourism.
The brand new building has been designed with the needs of foreign patients in mind and with English speaking staff there is no language barrier.
Equipped with the most up-to-date technology, GYNEM IVF offers all the latest methods for in vitro fertilisation, including ICSI, PICSI and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), which significantly increases the chances of a successful conception and birth.
Egg donation in the Czech Republic is legal and anonymous. Donors at GYNEM IVF have undergone extensive genetic and medical screening and most are students in higher education. Clients are able to make a choice regarding characteristics such as blood type, hair and eye colour, height and weight. The eggs from a particular donor are assigned solely to one recipient.
Success rates at GYNEM are currently 63% for IVF with egg donation and 47% for IVF. Prices are clear and affordable with special packages available and clients are supported throughout their stay with additional services at no extra cost.
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