Frequently Asked Questions

The women now experience menopause at very young ages for unknown reasons or fertility capability decreases due to ovarian surgeries and the loss of entire or substantial part of egg tissue. In addition, genetic diseases such as Turner Syndrome also have a negative impact on egg formation. Egg donation is performed with high success rate for the women experiencing above mentioned conditions. Yet, the women with underdeveloped eggs for congenital reasons but with a healthy uterine would be parents through egg donation. The uterine maintains infant position and maternity potentials even though the ovarian area becomes dysfunctional.

Egg donors are selected in accordance with physical properties (hair color, eye color, skin color and height), blood groups and nationalities of the prospective mother. The age of donors varies from 20 to 28. The donors are young and healthy individuals without genetic diseases. Furthermore, the mental and intellectual status of donors is average or above average

A comprehensive physical and mental health information regarding the family members shall be collected from the donors verified for maternity in terms of physical properties and blood groups. Following comprehensive tests are performed on the donor: Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV (AIDS), Cytomegalovirus, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Chromosome Karyotyping, Cystic Fibrosis and Thalassemia (only when necessary due to ethnic origins)

ABSOLUTELY NOT. The privacy of families and donors are strictly protected. Egg and sperm donors never meet the recipients, nor do they obtain any information regarding the family members subjected to IVF treatment through donation.

Pre-treatment process starts by 2nd or 3rd day of menstruation and lasts for 12 – 15 days in average depending on the treatment procedure. For the women experiencing menopause for many years, pre-treatment would be initiated immediately whereas pre-treatment lasts for 12 – 15 days.

Since the donor does not have infertility issues and high quality eggs are obtained accordingly, the success rate exceeding 80% is very pleasing in comparison to the applications related to the donor’s eggs and sperms.

This period varies from one to two days depending on your treatment process. However, you need to be present in Cyprus after 12 days in average as of medication date.

You should spend minimum 2 and maximum 7 nights in Cyprus depending on the treatment procedure.

Our treatment packages include half-board (with breakfast and dinner) accommodation for 2 persons in our contracted 4-star hotels, airport-clinic-hotel transfers by our air conditioned private vehicles and the entire IVF treatment in Cyprus.