Prague clinic to offer free testing and consultation during its ‘fertility days’

During the month of September, Prague Fertility Centre offers free consultations to couples’ looking to conceive. Staff

Written by Staff Published on 08.09.2023 17:00:00 (updated on 08.09.2023) Reading time: 2 minutes

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Whether you've been striving to conceive for over a year or have encountered the heartbreak of repeated miscarriages, the Prague Fertility Centre has a lifeline for you. Guidance from experienced fertility specialists, who can offer clarity on your natural conception prospects or detect potential issues early on, is available during the Prague Fertility Days this September.

Complimentary Infertility Examinations and Consultations All Month Long

Throughout the entire month of September, the Prague Fertility Centre opens its doors to couples, extending a helping hand in the form of free male and female check-ups and consultations with an IVF specialist. Regardless of whether you are covered by Czech health insurance or self-financing your journey, the initial consultations and tests are free of charge during the Prague Fertility Days from Sept. 1–30, 2023. 

Don't miss this opportunity to take charge of your fertility; book a consultation with one of our experts and complete it before the end of September.

Is It Too Early to Consult a Fertility Specialist?

According to the professionals at Prague Fertility Centre, seeking expert advice doesn't automatically mean you'll embark on the complex journey of in-vitro fertilization (IVF).

Instead, it means understanding your unique situation better. During the consultation, the specialists at PFC conduct thorough examinations of both partners, striving to identify or rule out the causes of infertility in both men and women.

Dr. Švabíková, Chief Physician at PFC, highlights the holistic approach to infertility treatment.

"At the Prague Fertility Centre, we focus on treating infertility as a couple issue, not just as a woman's problem" she said.

The examination of women typically commences with an ultrasound scan of the uterus, ovaries and blood tests.

Additionally, PFC checks levels of the hormone AMH, which serves as an indicator of ovarian reserve, and evaluates thyroid health.

During the exam, specialists will also conduct a semen analysis, evaluating three basic parameters: sperm concentration per milliliter, sperm motility, and morphology (size and shape of sperm).

Dr. Švabíková underscores the importance of personal and family history during these consultations.

"We evaluate everything individually in relation to age, the anamnesis of both partners and their current life situation and wishes. The treatment plan is always a joint decision between the doctor and the couple being treated" she explained.

What happens if a cause of infertility is detected?

In cases where infertility is diagnosed in either partner or both, the Prague Fertility Centre offers tailored solutions. Treatment plans may involve addressing identified conditions, exploring or considering artificial insemination or IVF treatment. The ultimate decision always rests with the couple, but the event gives couples the opportunity to work with the center’s dedicated team of doctors and take a first step toward parenthood.

Take the first step toward realizing your dream of parenthood. Book your consultation now and partner with the Prague Fertility Centre during the Prague Fertility Days this September. Your journey towards parenthood begins here.

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