Ivf With Sperm Donation And Gender Selection in Cyprus

1 clinic(s) offering IVF with Sperm Donation and Gender Selection treatment in Cyprus
EuroCARE IVF Centre Verified

Fertility treatment is an intensive process that requires sensitivity and an understanding of the physical and emotional aspects of every patient’s journey. Led by expert fertility specialists, EuroCARE IVF is an all-encompassing IVF centre located in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. In addition to EuroCARE’s pioneering in vitro fertilization (IVF) program, the centre provides egg and sperm donation, embryo donation, tandem IVF cycles, and PGS for family balancing preferences.

What can I say. We have been through so much as a family. 5 rounds of IVF before finally falling pregnant naturally. Now we are trying to add to our family as we worry about our daughter being alone. euroCARE IVF have been brilliant. Lyndsay has been a huge support over many long frustrating months of Covid 19. They really listen to the history, to your concerns and treat you as an individual. There is no pressure to go ahead at any stage. All travel was taken care of, we were picked up at the airport, hotels were organised and visits to clinic were in the clinic taxi. On arrival we were able to discuss our concerns about the sperm quality. It wasn't until the day before egg collection we decided to add donor sperm for a quarter of the eggs. It was no issue. We used a microchip for my husbands sperm. The outcome was incredible. In 5 rounds of IVF we have only ever achieved one transfer of a poor quality embryo and never had anything to freeze. Whats more - we had good results not only from the donor sperm but my husbands too. We have 8 frozen embryos. I don't yet know the outcome of the cycle, and for me it doesn't matter. You can only help biology so much. What has mattered to me, is being treated as an individual, the care and attention, the flexibility. It's a big step to go abroad but I whole heartedly recommend you do. You will also enjoy North Cyprus. A lovely place to be. Good luck in your journeys. Laura and family
November 2021
After undergoing multiple IVF treatments in the UK and spending thousands of £’s. My husband and I decided to go to Cyprus for treatment. As soon as I made contact with Lyndsay (who is amazing) I knew I was set on EuroCare as our clinic of choice. Lyndsay was extremely supportive, organised everything for us, communicated through email and explained all procedures and travel arrangements etc with us. Once we arrived in Cyprus, the clinic is very relaxed and staff could not be more friendly. Lyndsay was always on hand with anything we needed. We finally are pregnant and were thrilled with the whole process in Cyprus. I felt so much more relaxed in the hands of Eurocare compared to London hospitals where I had been previous which were like conveyer belts! This was so different. I am now 6 months pregnant and all is going well. I am hoping for possibly a second child one day in the future and I shall be back on a plane to see Lyndsay and the team for sure.
November 2021
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What is IVF with Sperm Donation and Gender Selection?

IVF with sperm donation and gender selection uses donated sperm to increase the couple's chances of producing either female or male child. Couples who desire to select the gender of their baby- wherein male partner can't produce healthy sperm due to an infertility problem- can seek IVF with sperm donation and gender selection.

 

IVF with sperm donation is an infertility treatment designed to counter a male infertility factor. IVF with Sperm Donation When a couple is trying to conceive, and the woman is fertile but the male partner has either very little or no sperm (azoospermia) in his semen, IVF treatment with sperm donation from a third party is an alternative method. Couples may also choose to go with a third party sperm donor if the female is Rh sensitized and the male partner is Rh positive (severe rhesus incompatibility) or if there is a risk that the male partner may pass on an inherited disease. When selecting a potential sperm donor, couples may choose someone they know, such as a relative of the husband so that the child will be related to both parents, or have the fertility care clinic carefully select a donor for them according to the criteria expressed by the couple, and having passed all the necessary screenings.

 

Gender Selection, also known as sex selection or family balancing, as an infertility treatment, refers to the the selection of an offspring's sex before implantation of the embryo into the womb via in-vitro fertilization (IVF). Some couples prefer to choose the gender of their offspring for a variety of reasons. A couple may opt for gender selection to avoid a “sex linked” genetic disease, such as Hemophilia. Other couples may desire to choose the sex of their baby to balance with the gender of their already existent offspring. There are two methods of gender selection used today, sperm sorting, also known as Microsort technology, and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). Success rates for both methods of gender selection vary. Scientists claim that sperm sorting success rates for girls are higher than for boys, while PGD is at least 95% effective for both genders.