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In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)

High Success Rates with Microinjection Method at IVF and Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Gender Selection
Gender Selection

Before the embryo given to the mother the gender / sex selection is made and it is ensured they have a girl or boy baby.

Oocyte Donation
Donation

When the man has no sperm or the woman has no egg (oocyte) or the woman's egg is at poor quality; it can be taken sperm or egg from the third person and they can have baby.

Donor
Donor

If you're young and healthy, you can help the couples who want to have baby, can reach us by using the donor application form.

Surrogacy
Surrogacy

There must be sperm, egg and uterus for a pregnancy. When the 3 of them are not provided exactly, the couples may have a baby with a surrogate mother.

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Cyprus's first ISO 9001 quality certificated Magusa Medical Center Hospital has been serving since 1995 with modern equipment, friendly and dynamic personnel.

Cyprus Famagusta IVF Center

Children complate a family. Our mission is to contribute to completing families with health babies.

Cyprus Famagusta IVF Center is part of Famagusta Hospital, which is the first privately operated medical center to receive ISO 9001 Certification
Under Dr. Serap Kagan Ulucay's leadership as the Department Head of the IVF and Women's Health Center, Dr. Filiz Akcaoglu, Dr. Serife Goksu and Dr. Mehmet Tuzlali are available to be of assistance. In addition the classical IVF services, we provide donation services to European and Middle Eastern countries and Turkey. Our goal as the largest private hospital in Northern Cyprus is to provide healthy egg and sperm donors for couples, when needed. Services provided at our center:
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) using ICSI, Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), Controlled Ovarian Hysperstimulation (COH), TESA, TESE, Micro TESE, Vasectomy Reversal, Sperm Donation, Oocyte Donation, Embryo DOnation, Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD), Sex Selection - Gender Selection (FISH - PCR), Male Infertility Tests, Genetic Tests, Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy Our extensive donor database ensures an applicaple match for each individual couple. If you are a candidate to be a donor, please click here to fill out this form. You can also click here to aquire information about IVF cost list.
Children complate a family. Our mission is to contribute to completing families with health babies.
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A technique has been developed in order to prevent damaged DNA from being transferred from the mother's eggs to her children. The treatment creates an embryo using the genetic (DNA) material from three people: the parents and an egg donor. Mitochondrial DNA is only transferred from the mother. Mitochondrial dysfunction has been recognized as a significant cause of a number of serious diseases. This technique, developed to prevent diseases affecting tissue with a high metabolic demand, such a...

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Gender Selection

The desire to choose the sex of the unborn child is probably as old as history itself. Warlike societies in particular, prefer male children to inherit the throne...

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Donation

Three factors must come together to achieve pregnancy: sperm, eggs and the uterus. Pregnancy cannot occur if the male does not have sperm or...

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Surrogacy

A surrogate mother is a woman who agrees to get pregnant for someone with the intention of giving the child to another family to raise...

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Donors

If you're young and healthy and know the families' problems which can not have a baby, you can be donor

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Donor Procedure

To get more information about the processes that will applied to egg transmitter candidates.

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Donor Application Form

To be a donor candidate and share your eggs you can reach your information to us with this form and we can return you.

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This is a marvellous facility. After numerous IVF treatments in the UK all of which were unsuccessful and very expensive we saw this centre on line and decided to try once more. We now have beautiful twins. All this at half the cost of UK centres. We were looked after from the moment we arrived in Famagusta until we left. We were kept informed at each stage and everything was provided for our comfort and treatment. Not knowing the language did not present a problem.
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Hi Dr Serap and her team. I learnt that I'm pregnant. Thank you so much
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thanks to you I'm pregnant, I'll never forget your help...
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When I first came, I learnt that I'm not suitable to aply the transfer and I was sorry. I didn't give up because of you. I came again from far away. Thanks that I'm pregnant.
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Cyprus IVF Costs

Cyprus IVF Costs

Cyprus is known as gender selection and donation center by many patients. In early years on IVF, Cyprus has only a few clinics, but today Cyprus has more than 10 clinics. So this stuation increased competition. Cyprus IVF Clinics offers more affordable prices than European IVF Clinics.

IVF Prices can vary from clinic to clinic. But generely we can say IVF with microinjection 2500€, oocyte donation 4500€, embryo donation 6000€, sperm donation 3500€. This prices hasn't include drugs. Drug doses determined after your doctors consultation. So we can't say specific price but it's around 500-1000€

Gender Selection

The desire to choose the sex of the unborn child is probably as old as history itself. Warlike societies in particular, prefer male children to inherit the throne. In modern times, however, girls are increasingly becoming the preferred sex. Throughout history, people have tried countless methods for sex selection (Gender selection) but almost none of them have been successful. Sexual positions, timing intercourse according to seasons, trying different food and food preparations are all very unscientific ways for determining the sex of the baby. Some methods might increase the probability of conceiving a certain sex but none is guaranteed to be successful. Currently the most reliable way for choosing the sex of the baby is through a method called Preconception Gender Selection (PGS). This is a process where the embryo obtained has genetic testing on a cell removed from the embryo at the 8 cell stage. Sex selection is only done on embryos that have been obtained during infertility treatment. Other techniques are deemed either ineffectual or unethical.

As is commonly known, X and Y are the sex chromosomes. A male has 46 chromosomes and an X and Y chromosome and this is written as 46, XY. Women have two X chromosomes and this is shown as 46, XX, a gamete from a woman contains 23 chromosomes: 22 chromosomes plus one X chromosome. Male gametes have either one X or Y chromosome in addition to the 22 other chromosomes to make a total of 23. While eggs carry the X chromosome only, there are two types of sperm cells, ones that carry the X and ones that carry the Y chromosome. One can deduce from this that the sex chromosome that’s on the sperm cell determines the gender of the baby. One can either determine the sex of the baby by sperm-separating technique or by testing the embryo and selecting the embryos with the desired sex to transfer back into the uterus.

Oocyte (Egg) Donation

Once it is established that a couple’s infertility is due to the female’s lack of eggs there are three options to choose from. The couple can both accept this and look for other sources of happiness. They can apply to the appropriate initiations to start the adoption process. The third option for couples is to use a donor egg.

Oocyte donation differs from the other options because the baby that is born carries half of the genetic make up of the family. Also the parents experience the psychosocial changes resulting from sharing the pregnancy and delivery. The source of the donor egg is usually at an age where chances of chromosomal anomalies are very low. However the age of the donor does not protect the mother from complications during her pregnancy. The age of the woman carrying the baby and her overall health affects how the pregnancy will progress.

The first baby born as a result of oocyte donation was done three years after the first IVF baby was born. Initially oocyte donation was intended for women who experience premature menopause; gradually the procedure became a solution for older women. Even if ovaries stop egg production, the uterus retains it’s capability of carrying a baby to term. The uterus can be reprogrammed with oral or inject able drugs to prepare the organ for implantation and pregnancy. Chances of pregnancy are similar to a younger woman using her own eggs. Sometimes pregnancy rates can even be higher for these women.

Oocyte Donation:
  • Premature menopause or other factors causing cessation of egg production, such as hereditary diseases, endometriosis, surgery done on the ovaries resulting in significant loss of ovarian tissue.
  • Several failed attempts at IVF or recurrent miscarriage caused by poor egg quality or poor embryo development.
  • Infertile couples where the woman is not permitted to use drugs necessary to induce oocyte production.
  • Older women who have entered menopause. Arguments against oocyte donation usually focus on these types of patients. A 65 year old Romanian woman is oldest woman recorded to have a baby through this method.

Embryo Donation

There are some situations where the couples have both male and female factor infertility. Where the woman doesn’t produce eggs and the man does not produce sperm. In these cases one can find a sperm donor as well as an oocyte donor and transfer the resulting embryo to the recipient’s uterus. This method is suggested for couples who know that they cannot get pregnant with either of their own gametes. Some couples choose this treatment even if only one is diagnosed as infertile.
Embryo Donation:
Female:

  • Women who undergo premature menopause and cease oocyte production or women who lack egg production because of a genetic predisposition, past illnesses, endometriosis and/or loss of ovarian tissue after surgery on ovaries.
  • Recurrent miscarriage due to poor quality oocytes, or embryos after repeated infertility treatments
  • Infertile women whose use of drugs to induce ovarian stimulation are not allowed
Male:
  • If sperm is not found in the ejaculate or testicular tissue
  • A genetic disease that might be passed on to the children
  • If the mother has Rh immunity and the father is Rh (+)
  • If the male has a sexually transmitted disease such as HIV

Donors

Despite advances in modern medicine, it is still not possible to synthetically produce eggs or sperm. If a woman does not produce eggs or cannot become pregnant with her own eggs due to a genetic defect, her only option is to obtain eggs from a donor.

If you are young and healthy, aware of the problems that infertile people experience, you can become a donor. Donors do receive a fee but research has shown that egg donors also donate blood regularly and have an altruistic nature If you feel that you would like to donate eggs then please continue reading.

Surrogacy

A surrogate mother is a woman who agrees to get pregnant for someone with the intention of giving the child to another family to raise. Surrogate comes from the Latin word: subrogare which means to substitute. Conventionally the surrogate mother is pregnant with her own biological child where the purpose is to give the child up to another family. Normally pregnancy is achieved by artificial insemination where sperm from the prospective father of the recipient family is used. The recipient family is thus the biological father and his wife.

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