Folliculometry is performed — Using an ultrasound examination to monitor the growth of follicles (sacs containing eggs).
According to the size of the follicle, the doctor determines the date of ovulation and chooses the most suitable date for conception.
Insemination is planned in the ovulation cycle — the cycle when we expect the egg to be released. The doctor continuously monitors the growth of the follicles with ultrasound and schedules an IUI appointment. Sometimes mild hormonal support of ovulation is also used.
During IUI, the sperm are purified in the laboratory, concentrated and inserted directly into the uterus through a thin catheter. The advantage is not only the high concentration of sperm but also a shorter journey to the egg, which, together with correct timing, increases the probability of pregnancy.
IVF is the basic method of assisted reproduction in the treatment of infertility. It replaces the part of fertilization and development that naturally takes place in a woman's fallopian tubes. With in vitro fertilization the eggs are collected and fertilized in the laboratory and the resulting embryos are cultured for several days. The best quality embryo is then transferred to the uterus.
No hormonal drugs are used to stimulate the ovaries during a natural IVF cycle. Natural ovulation is used which is determined during an ultrasound examination (folliculometry).
During an IVF cycle with minimal stimulation, very low doses of stimulation drugs are given.
Stimulation is very well tolerated. The goal of the treatment is to obtain 2 to 5 eggs.
Benefits of Natural Cycle and Minimal Stimulation:
During the classic IVF cycle, different types of stimulation preparations are used to stimulate the ovaries. The goal of the treatment is to obtain a larger number of eggs for fertilization.
This method can be used for almost all fertility disorders.
You can use your own sperm/eggs for fertilization or if necessary, you can use eggs/sperm from an anonymous donor. Eggs and sperm can be fresh or frozen (cryopreserved).
The aim of this program is to give you basic information about your reproductive health. This information will help you plan your parenting and thus prevent possible problems with conceiving your own child now or in the future. The patient receives a report with a detailed assessment of the condition and determination of the pregnancy prognosis.
Fertility preservation (Social freezing) is the preventive freezing of eggs or sperm for later use. This process prevents problems with pregnancy and increases the chance of conceiving one's own child even in the future, when the quality or number of reproductive cells may decrease.
Current options for freezing reproductive cells are gentle and are stored in a cryobank. Their quality and ability to fertilize thus remains preserved for many years.
Genitrix is a reproductive medicine clinic. In addition to classic IVF cycles (in vitro fertilization) we focus mainly Natural IVF cycles and minimal stimulation during IVF. We do not exclude anyone from treatment due to age, number of eggs or financial situation. For each couple, we look for a solution that respects their perosnal approach to treatment. Even for older patients, we do our best to get them pregnant with their own eggs.
director of the clinic, head doctor
The Genitrix clinic was first established in 2012 by MUDr. Bernátková (Paseková) as a private gynecological clinic and has expanded to infertility treatments on the premises.
In 2021, MUDr. Bernátková supplemented outpatient gynecology and care for pregnant women with a reproductive medicine/assisted reproduction clinic.
In addition to classic IVF cycles, she also focused on gentle treatment — natural cycles and cycles with minimal stimulation, which are often neglected in other centers and offers patients the opportunity to get pregnant simply, safely, without unnecessary methods and at a favorable price.
At the same time, she established a donation fund that can provide financial support for low-income patients so that infertility treatment can be accessible to anyone who needs it.