ED, picsi, embryoscope
Sadly, I have had 13 treatment cycles, 6 miscarriages, but it also means I have been to a few clinics for comparison. Three abroad, Spain, Greece, Czech.
I found Reprogenesis to be very thorough in terms of reviewing my medical history. The initial consultation lasted about three hours. They gave me very detailed answers to my medical questions which I found very reassuring.
The communication was fantastic at the start, but has recently experienced techical problems which is affecting emails. It should be resolved soon. I really wouldn't let put you off though .. Read on ..
The clinic use a couple if new techniques that increase the pregnancy rate and consequently have higher pregnancy rates than many other clinics.
I used both these techniques (embryoscope and PICSI), and had the best embryo by far. Previously we had never had a hatching blastocyst out of over 90 donor eggs, and 80 embryos. We typically had none to freeze even with 14/15/16 eggs.
This time, out of 9 fertilised eggs, we had four hatching blastocysts, 2 expanded blastocysts, and one unexpanded blastocyst. So we had two hatching replaced and 5 to freeze. I put this down mainly to the PICSI, but think the fact that the embryos are left undisturbed also contributed.
I am on my 2ww, but whatever happens I am happy.
We paid 4500 euros for the basic package and then a little more for the picsi and embryoscope. Compare this to Spain where I paid 7500 euros first time.
Czech is easy to get to, cheap to get hotels and eat out. Believe me, these things add to the costs.
So, all in all, no question, I would recommend Reprogenesis