For Polish patients
Poland has not always been recognised for its ability to offer high quality fertility treatments, not until recently when there was a shift in this presumption. Due to its political and social climate, infertility was considered a taboo topic. Medical help for international fertility patients was hard to find, despite the fact that the first in vitro fertilisation (IVF) was successfully performed in Poland in 1987. In fact, Poland passed its regulations regarding IVF treatments considerably late – in 2015. The introduced legislations aimed to standardise the quality of health and medical protocols used throughout the country, to establish a consistent standard of care.
Thanks to the quality of assisted reproductive treatments and the relatively low average cost of IVF, Poland has become one of the most attractive European IVF destinations.
The overall national birth rates for IVF with own eggs are 34.6% (for patients under 35 years old), 28.7% (for patients aged 35-39) and 14.2% (for patients over 40). The birth rate for IVF treatment with donor eggs are 46.2% for all age groups.
What about laws?
- Maximum patient age - no limit.
- Maximum number of embryos to transfer - no limit.
- IVF treatments for lesbian couples - not allowed.
- IVF treatments for single women - not allowed.
- Demand on donor eggs - high.
Ovogene egg bank understands the requirements of Polish intended parents and propose visiting our egg donor database, where it is easy to choose a donor.
Why to choose a donor from Ovogene if you are going to have IVF treatment in Poland?
- Large database of donors that fully comply with Polish laws.
- Donor profiles with personal information and photographs available in the catalogue.
- Easy process of reservation and ordering.
- Consultation with the coordinator, who will be glad to provide you with all the necessary information.
- Shipping is conducted by experienced couriers, who understand all the procedures for importing biomaterial to Poland.