Europe IVF is located in Prague, the Czech Republic. It was established in 2010 by dr David Kult. Since the birth of the clinic, the staff focused on couples coming from outside the Czech Republic. Even now, most of the clinic’s patients come from the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France, Croatia, and Serbia, but also Australia, and the United States.
In 2021, Europe IVF undertook 654 IVF cycles of which 47% were donor egg cycles and 53% were IVF cycles using own eggs. The clinic features an IVF laboratory, two operating theatres and a patient recovery area with 10 beds and one single room.
Medical Team at Europe IVF
The Medical Director is MUDr. Natalia Saveleva, CSc. After becoming certified in gynecology and obstetrics (1998), Natalya Savelyeva extended her qualifications to endocrine gynecology (2005), transvaginal endoscopy (2003), laser medicine (2007), and aesthetic gynecology (2014). She gained experience at the department of septic gynecology in Perm (1998-2001), and then at the department of gynecology and obstetrics at Perm region hospital. In 2005, she began working in a private center for family planning and reproduction. In 2011, she received the Candidate of Sciences degree, and in the same year, she opened a private clinic in Perm and expanded her curriculum to the field of assisted reproduction. Since 2015, she has been successfully practicing as a doctor in reproductive clinics in Prague. In 2020, Dr. Natalia Saveleva received Czech certification in gynecology and obstetrics. She participates in international conferences and is a member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE). She speaks English, Russian, and Czech.
Another leading doctor at Europe IVF is Dr. Jan Rapsa. He has 9 years of experience as an assisted reproductive specialist. He completed an internship in Naples, Italy during his studies. He has broad experience in working in a hospital environment and in his own outpatient practice. Dr. Rapsa regularly participates in Czech and foreign congresses and seminars, including the annual ESHRE meetings. He speaks English, Italian, German, Czech, Serbian, and French.
At Europe IVF, there are 6 reproductive treatment specialists (excluding the medical director), and 7 embryologists including an embryologist with 16 years of experience in the field of IVF. All the staff speaks English fluently and there is an international team that can assist with translation if necessary. The patient coordinators’ rule is to contact potential patients within 24 hours so the entire process can start in just a few weeks.
Europe IVF International Treatment Options
Patients of Europe IVF can choose from the following treatment options:
- IUI (intrauterine insemination) and AID (artificial insemination with donor)
- Egg/sperm donation
- Embryo donation
- Assisted Hatching
- Embryo/gamete freezing
- Social freezing
- Microfluid Sperm Sorting Chips
- Spindle observation.
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Europe IVF Costs 2022
- IUI (intrauterine insemination) – EUR 450
- AID (artificial insemination with donor) – EUR 750.
IVF with Own Eggs
The cost of IVF treatment using your own eggs starts from EUR 2,400. Such program includes:
- initial consultation and set-up of stimulation protocol
- sperm analysis
- egg collection
- STD tests for both partners
- extended cultivation to the blastocyst stage
- embryo transfer
The clinic often has other time-limited offers and special offers 2+1 (for example, 2 failed IVFs + 1 free IVF). Such information is provided on request.
To find out more about special offers, contact Europe IVF.
IVF with Donor Eggs
The price for an egg donation program starts from EUR 4,890 and it covers
- selection and examination of the egg donor
- donor stimulation including stimulation drugs
- cycle monitoring
- egg collection
- STD test for the male partner
- extended cultivation to the blastocyst stage
- embryo transfer.
The online consultation is free of charge. If you wish to freeze sperm, the cost is EUR 300. The Embryscope+ is an additional cost of EUR 550. Vitrification of remaining eggs/embryos will cost you EUR 400 and a frozen embryo transfer can be done at the cost of only EUR 900. The fee to store frozen gametes/embryos is EUR 220 per year.
If there is a need to genetically test your embryos prior to transfer, this can be done at the cost of EUR 390 per embryo.
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Europe IVF Success Rates 2021
In 2021, the clinical pregnancy success rate for egg donation was 54% and the overall clinical pregnancy success rate for IVF with own egg was 37%. For various age groups, the clinical pregnancy success rates using own eggs were as follows
- women under 35 years of age – 46%
- women aged 35-40 years – 29%
- women over 40 – 30%.
The frozen embryo clinical pregnancy success rate was 44%. The embryo donation clinical pregnancy success rate was 54%. In 2021, the average number of embryos transferred was 1.6. The specialists at Europe IVF recommend transferring embryos on the day 5, blastocyst stage.
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From the staff
The desire for children is one of the most basic human desires. The journey on the way to fulfilment of this desire is sometimes complicated. Allow us to be your guide and partner on this journey. Our centre has helped couples not only from Europe, but also from America and as far afield as Australia to have their long-desired baby. The excellent results achieved meant we were quickly ranked as one of the most successful European centres for assisted reproduction. For the assessment of treatment success, it is necessary to take the following factors into account. First, there is an increase in the number of single embryo transfers (SET), which is fully in line with current trends in IVF treatment, and secondly, as shown by our initial client statistics, 91% of them had undergone at least 1 IVF cycle and 85% of clients had experienced at least 2 IVF cycles at a different clinic.
Europe IVF is attended by patients from most European countries. In 2021, the patients were German – 35%, English-speaking – 10%, Serbian – 20%, Italian – 5%, Croatian – 5%, Russian – 5%, Romanian – 5%, Polish – 5%, and Czech – 10%.
Europe IVF International is situated at Evropská 859/115, 160 00 Prague 6, the Czech Republic, close to the city centre and Václav Havel Airport Prague. The clinic is easily accessible from the airport by taxi, car, or bus. Europe IVF has a free car park for their clients and access to the agency that can assist international patients in booking 3* and 4* hotel accommodation.