However, foreign patients were somewhat converted to natives, with ten to 15 percent more of them, according to the centers. Ětěpán Macha Mac, head of the Assisted Reproduction Unit of the Gynecological and Obstetric Society, told MacTK. Patients from other countries go to clinics in the Czech Republic mainly because they accept donated eggs; In 2017, 86 percent of the total number of these procedures were patients from abroad.
In recent years, the Czech people have become increasingly interested in freezing eggs or embryos to protect their future fertility. Between 2010 and 2017, their numbers increased twenty-fold.
According to Macha, breeding clinics saw a decline in the number of overseas clients last year. “For some clinics it was 50 percent lower, for some it was 20, but it was always declining,” said Machai, who works as a doctor at several assisted reproductive clinics.
According to him, the reason why foreign patients in the Czech Republic are afraid of covitamin-19 infection is because they encouraged the need for isolation and the generally bad name of the Czech Republic in dealing with an epidemic. According to Macha, the biggest decline in the clinic was recorded by clients from the United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The dysfunction was partially replaced by Czech patients, whose number increased by about ten to 15 percent last year. According to Macha, this trend continues this year as well. For foreigners this year, the further development of the epidemic will depend. “But orders for the summer are promising,” Machak said.
According to doctors, the age of couples seeking the help of reproductive clinics has been increasing for a long time. At first visit, he is over 37 years on average. According to some critics, aid breeding has become a lucrative business in the Czech Republic. Prime Minister Andrzej Babik (yes) also did business in this sector. According to previous reports, the Hortenberg Fund, through which Bobby invested in the healthcare sector, now owns his trust funds, with a market share of about forty percent. According to data from the professional section, there were a total of 36 assisted breeding centers in the Czech Republic last year.
Health insurance companies pay three to four attempts for women under the age of 39, but as a rule, women still have to pay thousands of crowns for medicines. If patients pay for everything themselves, they pay tens of thousands of crowns depending on the type of operation.
In the Czech Republic, doctors perform about 15,000 cycles of in vitro fertilization (IVF) each year, of which three-quarters are Czech patients and a quarter are foreign women. According to Macha, Chekhov tops the list in the number of shows. “Clinics that focus on foreign patients will no longer grow,” Machas said. The reason, among other things, is the relaxation of the law in this area in some other European countries. “On the contrary, the number of Czech patients is increasing, but they generally do not convert foreigners,” the doctor added.
According to the initial numbers of the National Register of Assisted Reproduction, physicians in the Czech Republic performed 46,257 cycles related to assisted reproduction, of which 37,787 were procedures aimed at pregnancy. Most, approximately 16100, cases of dissolution of dissolved embryos, approximately 14,700 in vitro fertilization cycles, 5,950 donated eggs accepted and 990 donated embryos accepted.
In addition, people expect reproductive medical services to freeze eggs or embryos to protect future fertility. Interest in this performance has been growing sharply in recent years, and so has the role of Czech women. In 2017, clinics performed the procedure on 1,284 Czech women, twenty times more than in 2010.
The number and participation of foreign patients in reproductive clinics has been increasing for a long time. The Institute for Health Information and Statistics (ÚZIS) has comprehensive data up to 2017. In 2010, about 1970 foreign women in the Czech Republic completed in vitro fertilization, more than doubled after seven years and their share of the total IVF number increased from 15 to 26 percent.
The situation was similar for other programs related to assisted breeding. The number of overseas customers has quadrupled between 1,260 and 5,580 between 2010 and 2017, replacing dissolved cores. The largest share of foreign women is in accepting donated eggs, which has long been over 80 percent. The majority of donors are Czech women.