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Fertility Clinics in Czech Republic


Background The Czech Republic is a stunning country and has a number of well-regarded IVF clinics offering fertility treatments. Major cities such as Prague and Brno are easy to reach and offer excellent care. The cost of fertility treatment tends to be competitive and lower then many European counterparts and it is easy to reach with low cost flights form the UK.
Travel facts Capital city Prague
Language Czech
Time zone GMT +1
Currency Czech Koruna
Flight duration 1hrs 45mins
Passports & visas If you hold a British Citizen passport, you don’t need a visa to enter Czech Republic.
Health & Safety You should get a free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before leaving the UK. After 31 December 2020, your UK-issued EHIC might not be valid. The EHIC entitles you to state provided medical treatment that may become necessary during your trip. Any treatment provided is on the same terms as Czech nationals. It is important to take out comprehensive travel insurance that includes cover for emergency medical treatment and associated costs. The existing EHIC arrangements are not an alternative to travel insurance, as some health-related costs, including for medical repatriation, ongoing medical treatment and non-urgent treatment, are not covered.
Czech cities Prague – Brno – Ostrava
Best time to go The Czech Republic experiences harsh weather from December to March but enjoys hot summers from June to September. The spring and early Autumn months tend to be less crowded in major cities like Prague.
Egg donation Undertaking egg donation treatment in the Czech Republic may save you quite a bit of money. The general quality of fertility treatments in Czech clinics are high without compromising care quality. Egg donation costs are far cheaper than in the UK but may vary across the country.
Embryo donation Embryo donation is competitively priced compared to other countries and up to two embryos can be replaced.
IVF laws IVF/ICSI Same-sex couples and single ladies are not permitted to be treated in the Czech Republic by law.
Age limit Maximum age for egg donation is 49 years old
No. embryos No data
Sex selection Not permitted unless to screen for genetic diseases
Egg/sperm donors The donation of eggs and sperm must be anonymous for both donors and recipients in Czech. Legally the woman that gives birth is the legal mother of the child. Records of donors must be kept for 30 years.
Surrogacy No legal restrictions
Egg Freezing Is available in most major clinics
Safety & quality IVF clinics in the Czech Republic are well regulated and treatments are strictly controlled and monitored. All Czech clinics have to be licensed and are inspected so you can be confident that high levels of safety and quality care exist.
Success rates Success rates are not easily available through a national register or regulated as tightly as they are in the UK.


Czech Republic Cities with IVF Clinics

Prague – Zlin – Brno – Olomouc

IVF Clinics Abroad