At Zora Health, you are our top priority. Our panel of experts will guide you through every step of the fertility treatment journey, helping you make informed decisions about your options, expected outcomes, and costs. Our Poland clinic offers families the same options as our other clinics around the world.
Egg freezing, also known as mature oocyte cryopreservation, is a method used to save women’s ability to get pregnant in the future.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a procedure used to help with fertility, prevent genetic problems and assist with the conception of a child
Spread out the cost of treatment over 12, 24, and 36 months to avoid large upfront payments and reduce financial burden.
There are many advantages to choosing a Polish fertility clinic. There is no legal age limit, so IVF clinics can set their own restrictions. Egg freezing is permitted for elective and medical reasons. Egg, sperm, and embryo donation is permitted. Donors undergo psychological evaluation and frozen donor eggs and gametes are screened for infectious diseases.
Additionally, many Polish fertility clinics are part of European network groups, adhering to global standards and regulations in healthcare and reproductive medicine. These IVF clinics in Poland specialise in fertility testing, IVF, PGT, and egg, sperm, and embryo freezing. Some clinics in Poland prioritise those seeking fertility treatments due to illness. There is a low acceptance rate of assisted reproductive treatment in Polish society due to treatment-related stress and pressure.
To address this, many IVF clinics are incorporating psychologists into their staff to aid patients in overcoming the psychological challenges they face while undergoing IVF treatment.
Polish public and private sectors are greatly investing in the country's medical services. This paves the way for avant-garde facilities and technologies. Medical research, especially with telemedicine and robot-assisted surgeries, is also among the country's top priorities. Top healthcare facilities include Wroclaw Medical University Hospital, Warsaw Medicover Hospital, and Gdansk International Clinic. The go-to Polish cities for medical tourists are Warsaw, Gdansk, and Krakow because of their strategic proximity to top medical centres.
If you're staying in Warsaw for your medical treatment options, hang out at Warsaw's relaxing museums, cafes, and pubs. Grab your camera and take snaps of Florian's Gate and St. Mary's Basilica in the Old Town. If you have chosen a Gdansk clinic, take a 10-minute walk along Dlugi Targ. It is also called the Royal Way of Gdansk. Pictures can't do it justice. You have to see for yourself how beautiful the sights are. A visit to the Wawel Royal Castle is a must if you have made Krakow your medical destination choice. Immerse yourself with Wawel history and book yourself a Wawel Guided Tour so you can learn how it fared from World War II to modern times.
It is beneficial for international patients to understand Polish laws and culture to make their stay safe and memorable. Avoid praising Russia excessively since Poland's historical relationship with the country has been turbulent. Refrain from talking about World War II and anything that has to do with politics. Jaywalking is punishable with a fine. You need to have your tram or bus tickets validated right away at the hanging metal box or you will get fined.
Trains are the most comfortable means of transportation when you visit Poland. Protect yourself against train thieves by getting on the first-class or sleepers with lockable doors. Another way is to sit with other passengers. Try to put your valuables inside your clothes when boarding or in crowded situations. You can also use the buses, trams, or metro.
A 2019 study reported that 76% of the Polish society accepted using IVF treatment in 2015. The acceptance rate towards fertility treatment is lower in Poland than in other Western European countries. The impact of stressful IVF procedures on individuals contributes to this negative social attitude towards infertility treatment options. These treatments are seen as challenges to the psychological well-being of couples and individuals with infertility. The results of the study show the benefits of having psychologists work with patients before and during their procedures to minimise these stress-related attitudes.
Polish is the official language that is spoken by 98% of the country. Other spoken languages are English, German, and Silesian.
The biggest benefits of doing treatments in Poland fertility clinics are the low costs compared to the European average, high-quality medical treatment that meets international standards, clinic accreditation by the Polish Ministry of Health, and lack of age limit for the IVF procedure. Poland has more than 40 fertility clinics in operation.
The bill for the Infertility Act was passed in 2015. This bill covers the conditions for fertility services in the country. The state has been funding fertility services since July 2013. Funding covers the entire cost of up to four IVF cycles for Polish couples who cannot conceive a child naturally.
TFP Poland has clinics across Europe (UK, Germany, Austria, Denmark, and the Netherlands). With over 35 years of experience treating infertility, the Polish human reproduction clinics in Krakow and Szczecin are regulated by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA). The fertility clinic prioritises those seeking fertility treatments due to illness or those with fertility problems (based on their medical history or ovarian reserve). Its high-quality services include artificial insemination, IVF, PGT, egg, sperm and embryo freezing, and psychological support.
For fertility testing, your test results will be available online so you don't have to leave the comforts of your home. The clinic’s outreach programs provide egg and sperm donors. The dedicated team at TFP Group Clinic has many distinguished milestones. In 2005, the ISO 9000-certified Vitrolive baby was born. The first Kisspeptin baby was born in 2014.
Klinika Bocian has clinics in Warsaw, Szczecin, Lodz, Gdansk, Riga, Katowice, Bialystok, Poznan, and Lublin. Its assisted reproductive technologies services include fertility testing and an IVF package (depending on whether with donor eggs or not). It has three success rates for different age groups: a 75.0% success rate for women under 35, a 66.7% success rate for women aged 35 up to a maximum age of 40, and 49.1% for women over 40. IVF costs range from PLN 10,500 to 14,120 (USD 2,530 – 3,400).
Fertilly's assisted reproductive techniques at the clinic include the IVF program, donor sperm, egg freezing, and fertility testing. It has clinics across Europe (Germany, Spain, Italy, France, and the Czech Republic). It is accredited by Be Berlin, Bundesverband Internet Medizin (BIM), DSGVO, ESHRE, Amedes, and Proven Expert. The first online consultation is given for free.
The cost of IVF in Poland (using the patient’s own eggs) ranges from EUR 2,200 to 2,500 (USD 2,370 – 2,695).
Egg donation costs range from EUR 4,000 to 6,000 (USD 4,315 – 6,470).
Egg freezing costs approximately EUR 200 (USD 215) plus storage costs (around EUR 200 or USD 215 per year).
IVF clinics in Poland are a good choice for your IVF treatment. It is more affordable in Poland than in other European countries. The Polish healthcare system is heavily backed by government and private groups so there is access to avant-garde facilities and technologies. You can choose from Poland's more than 40 fertility specialist clinics in operation. There are three major cities for IVF treatment: Warsaw, Gdansk, and Krakow.
Post-procedure activities in Warsaw include museum-hopping and picture-taking in the Old Town. In Gdansk, Dlugi Targ is a sight to behold. Lastly, booking a guided Wawel tour in Krakow makes for a wondrous stay in Poland.
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We understand how important it is to find a doctor you are comfortable with. Our team will make appropriate specialist and clinic recommendations accordingly. We will also provide you with a list of questions to ask so that you are fully prepared and maximise your consultation.
Your specialist will review your goals, medical history and perform necessary tests. We will schedule a review and discuss your proposed fertility plan.
Our team will be supporting you throughout your journey.