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Fertility Clinics Abroad

Caroline Phillips, PhD, was a former embryologist and now owns Fertility Clinics Abroad. This website provides information and resources for people traveling abroad for IVF treatment. Along with featured clinics, there are staff interviews and resources about treatment in Europe.

Travelling abroad for IVF is a big step and involves a lot of effort and research to choose the right clinic. Hopefully this blog can provide some help for those people making that choice.


A blog by Caroline Phillips, September 17, 2014

There is no doubt that due to increasing popularity of IVF treatment abroad, more and more IVF clinics in Europe are opening their doors to people from other countries. Just last year a new IVF clinic opened in Prague, and some established clinics in other countries are moving into modern buildings as they expand the services they offer. There has never been a greater choice if you are considering Europe for treatment. But how do you choose the right place to go? Let’s take a look at what some of the countries have to offer.

A blog by Caroline Phillips, August 18, 2014

More and more IVF clinics are offering time-lapse imaging of IVF embryos to couples going through treatment. Embryo monitoring, as it is known, can provide a wealth of information about your embryo that previously was unavailable. The equipment takes thousands of images of your embryos as they develop in vitro. This provides the embryologists with so much more information about how your embryos are developing.

A blog by Caroline Phillips, April 10, 2014

Whilst traveling abroad for fertility treatment may not be the ideal situation, for many it is the only option available to fulfill their dream of becoming parents. If this is the next step on your fertility journey, then choosing an IVF clinic abroad is no easy task because of the choice available to you. Within Europe, the Czech Republic, Spain, Greece and Bulgaria are popular destinations to seek IVF treatment. This is usually because the cost of treatment can be cheaper; there are usually no waiting lists; and the IVF laws in some countries may allow types of treatment not available at home.

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