Embryo Donation in Cyprus - Overview
When it comes to embryo donation in Cyprus, you might have questions about what to expect.
In a bid to help you understand how we can help you at Dunya IVF, we’ve broken some down of the vital information you need to know, and how we can help you achieve the aims set out by the procedure.
What is Embryo Donation?
Embryo donation is an often suggested solution for couples suffering from infertility problems.
If both male and female reproductive systems are not able to produce the desired result, then this treatment might be the best solution possible.
Eggs are received from a healthy donor, and sperm is used from a sperm bank and fertilised in a safe, modern lab environment.
With the help of micro-injection, the embryos then transfer to the uterus, with the aim to help create the opportunity to become pregnant when otherwise impossible.
The process can be challenging to understand at first, but we’ll give you a clear consultation on what to expect.
Since there is less preparation than alternative treatments, though, you would both only need to be present for the actual transfer process. That can make getting ready for something so significant easier, mentally, physically and financially.
Embryo donation is a recommended method for couples where the female cannot get pregnant with her eggs and when the male does not have sperm that can fertilise the egg.
In this treatment, the egg-donation and the sperm-donation, which is determined compatible with the physical characteristics of the couple are subject to the microinjection process.
All donor eggs and sperm go through appropriate screening tests. The embryo is then transferred to the receiver female, and the success rate is approximately 80%.
Before you end up to that decision, as in the other donation applications, the medical reason and all the details of the treatment should be discussed with the couple.
The Procedure of Embryo Donation
Of course, the process of embryo donation is a personal process.
Therefore, you need to be ready to undergo a thorough induction to help better understand this treatment as a whole.
This evaluation plays a considerable role in preparing you for what is to come.
It’s important you take note of the information you receive.