Γυναικολόγος Αντωνίου Κωνσταντίνος This is the website of Konstantinos A. Antoniou, - Obstetrician-Gynaecologist and Director of the advanced medical center IAKENTRO of Athens, sited in Marousi, Attica (4 Fragkokklisias str.)

Creating this website, the doctor aims to continuous offer of valid and upgraded useful information for every modern woman. In this website, you can also be informed about the services provided in doctor’s clinic. Dr Konstantinos A. Antoniou is always available to answer every question regarding any issue that may concerns you while it is emphasized that the direct, personal contact is definitely the best way to the correct and unmistakable diagnosis.

Quick CV

- Specialization in Obstetrics-Gynaecology in the A’ clinic of Athens University –Alexandra Hospital (2004-2008).


- General Surgery Specialization in Athens Naval Hospital (1999-2000)


- Completion of Doctoral Thesis “Involvement of nicotinism in Idiopathic Hypertasis, Hyperlipidemia and other conditions” and acquisition of PhD in Epidimiology-Gynaecology (1999)


- Medical School of University ‘GR.T.POPA’ IASI (1996)

Video gallery



- Athens Medical Association.


- Union of Obstetricians And Gynecologists OF Greece


- Ελληνική Εταιρεία Ιατρών Υποβοηθούμενης Αναπαραγωγής(ΕΛ.Ε.Ι.Υ.Α.)


- Ελληνική Εταιρεία Παθολογίας Τραχήλου και Κολποσκόπησης


- Δίκτυο Ιατρών Βιοιατρικής


- Δίκτυο Ιατρών Eurodiet Med

Maternity Clinics
Μαιευτήριο ΙΑΣΩΜαιευτήριο ΛΗΤΩΜαιευτήριο ΜΗΤΕΡΑΜαιευτήριο ΡΕΑ


About IAKENTRO of Athens

In an ultramodern medical place, dedicated to women and men, we organized innovated and specialized units of IVF, Gynecology and Andrology.

In our IVF unit, we will offer you our services and will give you solutions to any problem of infertility. Our guarantee is supported by the most innovative equipment, reputable and experienced human resources and internationally renowned partners.

Our center’s high-quality performance and our staff’s continuous training in conjunction with our high success rates and the low-cost treatments have attracted many couples from abroad. So, in recent years our center’s visitors come not only from Greece but also from several European countries and we are able to take care for their optimal service and accommodation.

In IAKENTRO of Athens, we practice all the latest modern methods of treating infertility in women and men.

The Greek law on the application of assisted

reproduction techniques

Law 3305/2005 on the application of medically assisted reproduction was issued on 27 January 2005.

The Greek legislation regarding medically assisted reproduction is one of the most advanced in Europe.

It secures and protects couples who wish to conceive covering medical and biological issues and determining bioethical principles. The main concern is that all methods of assisted reproduction are to the best interest of the child to be born.

Main principles of the existing legislation

Some of the most important articles of law are:

1. Assisted reproduction methods are fully legal and permitted for women up to 50 years of age, since this is considered to be the upper limit of natural reproductive capacity. 2. Oocyte and sperm donation is allowed, however with the written consent of the wife/ husband or partner. 3. Preimplantation genetic diagnosis is allowed upon consent of partners in order to diagnose whether embryos demonstrate genetic malformations. 4. Selection of gender is prohibited, unless to avoid a serious hereditary disease transmitted with gender. 5. Cloning for reproductive purposes is prohibited. 6. Cryopreservation of genetic material or fertilized oocyte is permitted. 7. Surrogacy is permitted. This refers to cases where a woman gestates and gives birth to a foreign embryo conceived with IVF, on account of another woman who wishes to have a child but cannot gestate for medical reasons. Surrogate mothers must have undergone medical and psychological examinations. No financial transaction is allowed except for the expenses of the gestating woman related to tests, loss of work, etc. The entire procedure requires a special judicial permit. 8. Assisted reproduction units are set up and operate with a licence from the competent body, upon consent of the Authority, which confirms compliance with all legal conditions. Any violations are subject to administrative and criminal penalties. 9. Upper age limits are set for sperm donors (younger than 40 years) and oocyte donors (younger than 35 years). 10. Single women and unmarried couples may have children through assisted reproduction but in both cases a notarial deed is required 11. Donors must undergo clinical and laboratory tests and shall not be accepted if suffering hereditary, genetic or contagious diseases. The use of fresh sperm from a third donor is prohibited. Use of frozen sperm from a donor is only permitted.

Useful advices


 Fragkoklissias 4, Marousi - Athens
 210-6179340   210-6179329 (fax)