Cyprus Egg Donation

It is an alternative method for many women and couples tackling with reproductive issues.

It is a IVF application where a healthy woman with proven fertility voluntarily donates her eggs, which are fertilized with the sperms of the partners of women who are unable to produce eggs or in menopause.
You can call us now to learn about all the details on having a baby with Egg Donation in Cyprus.

Egg donation (egg transfer) is a treatment with a considerably high chance of pregnancy for prospective mothers who are unable to conceive with their own egg reserves. The chief reason is that the eggs are donated by donors with young and healthy egg reserves.

How Do We Pick the Most Suitable Egg Donor For You?

In Egg Donation, the options we offer to prospective parents are determined by taking their blood types and physical features into consideration.

Our Egg Donor Pool is comprised of individuals under the age of 30, who have been rigorously selected according to their certain physical features, personality traits and education levels after undergoing all health check-ups, and infection and genetic tests.

Does the Baby Born By Egg Donation Inherit the Traits of the Birth Mother?

In IVF treatment with egg donation, even if you have a baby using the eggs from another donor, half of your baby's genes will be inherited from your partner. That being said, you will always remain the legal parents of your baby.

Women who conceive using donor eggs go through the exact same hormonal changes as those who conceive with their own eggs. The experience is in no way different from that of the prospective mothers who conceive with their own eggs. Women who conceived through this method have the same maternal instincts and bond with their babies. Apart from that, the mother's RNA is inherited by the baby, which means the baby will also inherit the birth mother's personality traits and likes - dislikes. It is a well-known fact established by scientific data that even if a pregnancy is achieved by using another woman's eggs, the mother and the fetus continue to exchange genes.

Who Are Eligible for Egg Donation?

  • Prospective mothers with genetic disorders
  • Patients with impaired egg reserve due to cancer treatment
  • Patients going through early menopause
  • Patients who have their ovaries surgically removed
  • Women who are unable to achieve pregnancy with their own egg due to a certain health problem.

How is Egg Donation Implemented?

IVF treatment with egg donation process follows the same general protocol. First, prospective parents undergo reproductive health examination, which include medical and hormonal tests prescribed by our doctor. Based on the examination and test results, a personalized treatment plan is drawn up.

After identifying the donor who best suits the prospective parents' traits, the menstrual cycles of the prospective mother and the donor are synchronized and the donor's eggs are grown by means of medication.

Meanwhile, the prospective mother undergoes medication to stabilize her estrogen level. The prospective mother's endometrium (the mucous membrane lining the uterus) is prepared for pregnancy.

Our specialists, then, wait for the ideal day for egg collection. On the day of egg collection, the sperm samples collected from the prospective father and the eggs collected from the donor are fertilized in laboratory conditions to form the embryo.

Embryo development is constantly monitored to identify the best quality embryos. The selected embryos are transferred to the prospective mother's uterus on the predetermined day. In the 12th day following the transfer, a blood test (beta-hcg) is carried out to check whether conception has been achieved.