What is Embryo Banking?

Embryo Banking

Science is giving women more and more choices for family building. With recent advances in assisted reproductive technologies, women can now preserve their fertility. They can choose the right time to have babies.

Options such as egg freezing, sperm freezing, and embryo freezing are getting more popular. A lot of celebrities have come forward with their experiences with IVF, like egg and embryo freezing. Michele Obama, Gordon Ramsay, Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Celine Dion and many more.

Clinics are offering these services in varied ranges of costs too. Cyprus has a number of clinics with more affordable costs. Nearly half of the costs in Australia, Europe, and the U.S. Yet they retain the highest standards. The leading clinic in Cyprus is Dunya IVF.

Embryo Cryopreservation

Embryo banking is the process of freezing one or more embryos for future use. Experts also call it embryo cryopreservation and embryo freezing. It involves in vitro fertilization (IVF). IVF specialists doctors remove eggs from the woman’s ovary and combines them with sperm in a laboratory. Fertilization takes place and the embryos are frozen. When the right time comes, they thaw the embryos and transfer them into the woman’s uterus.

After transfers in typical IVF cycles, remaining embryos of the right quality are frozen for future use. Later on, the frozen embryos are thawed and transferred without re-stimulating the ovaries. Frozen embryo transfers or FET have the same success rate as fresh transfers. The advantage of FET is the opportunity to optimize the lining of the uterus before implantation.  With FET, the patient incurs less cost and fewer medications.

Why choose embryo banking?

There are many reasons why men and women choose embryo banking, these include:

  1. cancer therapy – men and women may freeze sperm and eggs prior to chemotherapy;
  2. medical surgery that may impact male or female reproductive functions;
  3. high risk of hyper-stimulation during IVF treatments;
  4. premature ovarian failure;
  5. decision to delay child-bearing for personal and situational reasons;
  6. assurance of optimal egg viability for future conception;
  7. having additional embryos of the right quality after embryo transfer during IVF.

Whatever your reasons are count yourself lucky to have this opportunity available to you.

Why have embryo banking in Cyprus?

   High-quality facilities.

As a nation that takes pride in the elite standard of its health care facilities, Cyprus makes an exceptional country for embryo banking. From whom you work with to how the process goes, Cyprus takes no risks when it comes to safety.

   High success rates.

Cyprus has facilities that make your success rates higher. This will help you to overcome biological limitations stopping you from finding success.

   Safe standards.

Despite being far less expensive than some of its European neighbors, standards in Cyprus are extremely high. Allied to the excellent climate, wonderful conditions for life and professional experts, and it’s easy to see why women choose Cyprus.

How much does embryo banking cost?

At Dunya IVF, the freezing cost is 500 Euros with an annual maintenance fee of 250 Euros. It is possible to keep frozen embryos as long as desired. That’s a small price to pay to keep your fertility and ensure your legacy. Click here for a free consultation.

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