United Kingdom

Each year many clients travel from the UK to receive IVF treatment here in the Czech Republic. Here we outline some information about the IVF procedure in England, which may help answer why.

Switzerland

It is estimated that in Switzerland around 2000 children a year are conceived through assisted reproduction.

Spain

It is difficult to source a specific statistic as to how many couples travel to Spain for the purposes of IVF treatment. However, doctors speculate that it is somewhere in the thousands, per year. So what then, is the current situation in Spain regarding the rules and regulations of IVF?

Italy

In a country with strong Catholic traditions, unfourtunately IVF treatment remains somewhat a taboo topic. It is difficult to source official statistics, but according to estimates by doctors, over ten thousand Italians travel abroad every year for the treatment. However, since 2008, the laws have begun to change due to pressure from human rights groups.

Austria

The situation for couples unsuccessfully trying to conceive in Germany and Austria is similar – and at the same time totally different. There are currently thousands of couples from Germany heading to Austria to find a solution to there.

France

A comparison and overview of the current IVF regulations of another EU member, France.

Czech Republic

Around 15,000 couples suffer from infertility in the Czech Republic. Now, nearly every 10th child comes into the world artificially. Currently in the Czech Republic, there are 40 centers which offer assisted reproduction services. Over 15 000 cycles of artificial insemination are carried out every year.

Germany

Almost 6 million couples in Germany desperately wish to get parents. Unfortunately without success. The next „stage“ in their life is artificial insemination. And how does the situation in Germany look like?