We help to bloossom new lives. We are an IVF clinic with an individual and sensitive approach.
We help to bloossom new lives. We are an IVF clinic with an individual and sensitive approach. Reproductive medicine has made greate progress in recent years and can help with most reproductive problems. Even in the Czech Republic, the treatments have already helped thousands of couples with their families. The peak of a woman’s fertility is reached at around age 20 and after age 25 fertility slowly starts to decrease. More rapid decrease happens normally after the age 35 when embryo implantation rates decreases and women face higher chances of having a miscarriages. The reason are explained by genetic abnormalities in eggs which result in genetically abnormal embryos without potential to develop into healthy pregnancy. Men are not facing this challenges as they produce new, young sperm every 60-70 days and are not so limited by reproductive age. Our grandmothers and mothers were more in line with this biologic factors, but today as young women deal with education, career, financial independence and are waiting to align with right partner, motherhood is postponed to late 20-ies, to be exact: 29 years old which is Czech and European average to become mothers for the first time mothers. Getting further away from biology, many couples turn to reproductive medicine to help them plan parenthood. Our job is not just to treat, but also to educate our patients when to seek help, we recommend to contact the clinic right away if: • You are 35 or younger and you’ve been trying to get pregnant for 1 year without success • You are over age 35 and you’ve been trying for more than 6 months without success • You’re over age 40 and you’d like to start a family Time factor plays important role and we encourage woman to continue trying naturally but also to learn about their fertility and make realistic plan with time frame how to plan pregnancy. Contacting a clinic is not a taboo and many couples are parents today to children born with the help of assisted preproduction. Clinic has Info Center ready to answer all your questions and organize your first visit to the clinic ProCrea Swiss IVF Center in Prague. Contacts: Phone: +420 257 212 516 – 518 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy New Year 2021
Christmas holidays non-working day
We would like to inform you that our clinic will be closed 24th – 27th December. In case of any questions, please contact us ahead. We wish you Happy Holidays! ProCrea Swiss IVF Center Prague
Your health and safety are our priorities
Clinic is operating daily in accordance with epidemiology instructions in Czech Republic. Your health and safety are our priorities. If you are travelling from abroad, we offer: - Official clinic invitation to confirm that travel is of medical purpose - FREE COVID PCR test for travel purposes for our female patients as part of their IVF treatment packages Feel free to contact us for more information.
Annonymous spermiogram analysis
The same as every year, this summer in June we offer “Annonymous spermiogram analysis”. You can book your sperm analysis using specific individual code according to which we wil track your result. The cost of the analysis is 1000 Kc. Booking is possbile at the reception, by e-mail or phone.
Easter opening hours
Dear patients, during Easter will be the clinic opened just for urgent cases on Saturday 11th and Monday 13th only in the morning. In urgency call +420 602 758 353. The clinic opens for you on Tuesday 14th April. Thank you for understanding. We wish you happy Easter!
Notice for patients: Coronavirus (COVID-19/ SARS-CoV-2)
Dear patients and citizens seeking advice and assistance! As an assisted reproduction centre, even we are striving to protect our patients against potential coronavirus infection as best possible. At present, there is a prevalence of uncertainty, because a vast quantity of contradictory information is available in the media and on social networks. The “infodemic” - meaning the surplus of rumors, false reports and fake news - is minimally as problematic as the epidemic itself! For this reason, we strive to provide you with objective and up-to-date information on the topic of assisted reproduction, pregnancy and coronavirus disease, and to observe the recommendations of authorities and healthcare facilities. We ask you not to visit our assisted reproduction centre if you are suffering from symptoms suggesting coronavirus infection, or if you have spent time in any of the current high-risk areas in recent weeks, or have come into contact with potentially infected individuals. Currently, the high-risk areas are: Italy Iran In China: Province Hubei (inkl. City Wuhan) In South Korea: Province Gyeongsangbuk-do (Nord-Gyeongsang) Source: Robert-Koch-Institut (RKI): Status: 10th March 2020 At present, the health risk for citizens e.g .in Germany is classified as moderate. (Source: RKI: Status: 2 March 2020, 12:30 p.m.). Contagion from person to person is the gravest means of infection. In general, the same preventive, protective and hygienic measures as those applicable during ordinary flu season should be observed. This includes proper hand hygiene, not shaking hands when greeting and keeping a distance from individuals who are ill - including people with cold or flu symptoms.(https://www.infektionsschutz.de/coronavirus-sars-cov-2.html). COVID-19 infection is generally mild, sometimes entirely asymptomatic. The level of danger of the pathogen cannot yet be reliably assessed - but it seems to be substantially lower than in the case of MERS or SARS, and is likely to be comparable to the seasonal flu (source: AGES, status: 3 March 2020, https://www.ages.at/themen/krankheitserreger/coronavirus/). In some cases, the course of the illness can be severe. The illness tends to be fatal primarily among the elderly and/or individuals with a severe chronic health anamnesis. At present, there is no reason to believe that COVID-19/ SARS-CoV-2 infection would have a more severe progression among pregnant women than women who are not pregnant. Likewise, no cases of transmission of the virus to an unborn child have been described or confirmed yet (status: 2 March 2020). In addition to the usual preventive measures, we recommend that patients who wish to get pregnant be vaccinated against the flu, not least to avoid concurrent infection with COVID-19/ SARS-CoV-2 and the flu. This applies both to unvaccinated pregnant women and unvaccinated women who wish to get pregnant. Vaccination against the flu virus poses no threat to pregnant women, and does not require the postponement of pregnancy therapy, because it is a “dead vaccine”. Therefore, pregnancy is not a contraindication to flu vaccination. Although the 2019/2020 flu season has most likely already peaked, you should get a flu vaccination even now. In fact, vaccination against the flu is explicitly recommended for pregnant women. The Standing Committee on Vaccination in Germany (STIKO) recommends flu vaccination for all pregnant women from the 2nd trimester; if there is a higher health risk due to other medical problems (e.g. asthma or diabetes), from the 1st trimester of pregnancy.