Getting a fertility treatment in Denmark is more easy than you think. In most cases you only need to come here once - for the treatment itself. All the test you need prior the actual treatment can be done at your own doctor or gynecologist. Below you can see how easy a fertility treatment in Denmark can be.
TFP Ciconia Fertility was founded as a fertility clinic in 1984 and was the first of its kind in Denmark.
We master all of the latest techniques and treatment methods, and we conduct ongoing research in fertility treatment. You can also get acupuncture and it is possible to get full anaesthesia for your fertility treatment.
It is possible to come to the clinic for a non-binding consultation. For foreign patients, this conversation can take place over the phone or via Skype.
We look forward to welcoming you.
If you are living in another country or for other reasons can’t come to our clinic, we can have our first meeting online. The consultation is completely non-binding and is based on your specific situation, any previous fertility treatments and any examinations.
Before the consultation, you will be asked to complete the electronic medical record – the eJournal. If you have any questions about filling in the form, we will of course be happy to help.
Fertility treatment requires some specific tests and examinations before we can start. Some are necessary by law, others are necessary in order to plan the most effective treatment for you. All tests can be taken at the clinic or at your own doctor/gynecologist in your own country. The following tests are necessary at the start:
HIV 1 and 2: Anti-HIV-1/2
Hepatitis B: HBsAg (hepatitis B virus surface antigen) AND Anti-HBc (hepatitis B core antibody)
Hepatitis C: Anti-HCV-Ab
According to Danish legislation, the above samples must be analysed in a laboratory certified under the Tissue Act (in Copenhagen this is the blood bank at Rigshospitalet). Unfortunately, we are not authorised to treat you if you are infected with HIV, hepatitis B or C.
Chlamydia: Inoculation or urine test (must be max 6 months old)
Smear: Screening for cervical cell changes (must be max 3 years old)
AMH (anti-Müller hormone, which tells you about your egg reserve)
TPO and TSH measure your metabolism
If you have a male partner whose sperm will be used for treatment, he must also have HIV and hepatitis B + C tests (see above).
The results needs to be sent to us afterwich we agree what the procedure are for your treatment and when you should come to the clinic for treatment.
Involuntary infertility can have many causes, and often, it is a combination of different factors. Therefore, the initial conversation with you is an especially important part of the treatment. Our expert team at TFP Ciconia Fertility recommends the best fertility treatment for your individual situation and accompanies you with great knowledge and empathy throughout the process.
You should feel welcome when you enter the clinic. We are constantly thinking about how we can best help you and how we can make your experience at the clinic a good one. It is very important to us that you feel you know us and recognise the staff you meet when you come for treatment.
We've compiled our prices for treatments and services so you can get the full picture. Feel free to call us if you have any questions about treatments and prices.
Our team of skilled specialists has years of experience in fertility treatment - including our doctors, embryologists, nurses and fertility coordinators. Together, we will find the most optimal fertility treatment plan and support you throughout the process.
If you would like to receive treatment in the clinic, please complete our electronic journal.
The information that you provide for our fertility doctors in the electronic journal is important and enables us to be as prepared as possible for the initial consultation. Therefore, please take your time when completing the journal, so that the information we receive will form the basis of the consultation.
In recent years, an increasing number of young women have chosen to give the ultimate gift to infertile couples and single women. Some women cannot conceive with their own eggs due to, for example, early menopause, past illnesses, hereditary diseases or other biological conditions. By becoming an egg donor, you can help other women achieve their dream of having a child.
When it’s safe to do so, join one of our COVID-compliant and free events to hear more about treatments, meet some of the team and visit the clinics!