Sperm Donation Cyprus – Expect a highly personalized approach to treatment at euroCARE IVF — beause it’s what you deserve. From the initial contact to learning about our IVF process to exploring donor options, our goal is to make you feel comfortable during your entire family building journey.
Sperm donation in North Cyprus is an excellent option for couples that are experiencing male infertility issues — varicoceles, low sperm count or low sperm motility. Our euroCARE IVF clinic partners with reputable sperm banks to provide you an exceptional donor.
Sperm donation treatment is also suitable for single women looking to fulfill their dream of having a baby.
The journey to becoming a parent can be one filled with challenges, hope and, ultimately, endless joy. It is a privilege to be entrusted with such a life-changing experience, one that we treat with the utmost sensitivity and respect — and selecting a sperm donor is no exception.
Choosing a Sperm Donor in Cyprus
If you need a sperm donor, one will be provided by the team at euroCARE IVF. We will gather information as to what features you are seeking, such as height, eye and hair color, weight, height, skin tone, occupation, education, and specific nationality, etc.
Sperm donors undergo an extensive and lengthy screening process, including genetic counseling, personal and family medical review, sexual disease and genetic screening, and sperm quality testing — with 99% of all applicants being unqualified and rejected. Donated sperm may be used with Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) or In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
Sperm Donation in North Cyprus
Sperm donation Cyprus is a procedure in which a man (sperm donor) provides sperm (donor sperm) to help an individual or a couple conceive a baby. This type of reproduction is known as third-party reproduction.
An IVF treatment cycle to include a sperm donor is performed along the same guidelines as a standard IVF cycle. Testing is required in order for us to prepare your treatment plan. Day 1 of your menstrual cycle marks day 1 of the treatment process and the stimulation injections begin on day 2. A scan is required after 5 days injections and you are due to fly to Cyprus on day 9 of the process. When your eggs are ready, they are collected by ultrasound-guided aspiration.
Sperm is also collected from your donor the same day and prepared for the ICSI fertilization procedure thus resulting in your embryos. Your embryos are then monitored closely by our expert embryologist and transferred when they are at their best development stage, preferably at blastocyst stage. Your euroCARE IVF doctor will discuss full details of your embryos development with you on the day of transfer and you then decide together which to transfer.
At this time, we can also offer Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) Cyprus if you wish to select the gender of your baby. For sperm donation treatment it is best to allow for 10 days in Cyprus, which allows time for the 5 day blastocyst transfer. If you wish to come to Cyprus for the full treatment then you would need to be here on day 1 of your period and stay for approx 20 days. You can have the necessary tests carried out here and go on to have the treatment in this time. The longer you can spend in Cyprus the better for the doctor to monitor you. Our patient coordinators are always available to answer your questions and concerns.
Sperm Donor Qualification
Dis-qualifying criteria that all potential sperm donors:
- No history of certain diseases such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, etc.
- Homosexual men and men who have had sex with other men
- Intravenous drug users
- Men at risk for HIV infection
Sperm Donor Screening
- Semen testing
- Genetic screening. Genetic screening for heritable diseases such as cystic fibrosis is performed in potential sperm donors.
- Medical history. Donors should be healthy and give no history to suggest hereditary disease such as HIV, STIs, or other infections.
- Physical examination. Before acceptance, and every 6 months while remaining an active donor, donors should undergo a complete physical examination.
- Laboratory testing
The screening process lasts 8 weeks to 6 months.Resources: