Embryo Donation

Our on-site surgical lab combined with our embryology laboratory handles everything from hormone evaluations to semen analysis.

Embryo donation at euroCARE IVF is defined when a single woman or couple cannot produce viable egg and/or sperm — and need to use both forms of egg donation and sperm donation to have the baby they desire.

Planning for Embryo Donation

Embryo donation in North Cyprus offers couples the chance to experience the excitement involved in pregnancy and bonding with the child.

Once the doctor has confirmed your treatment plan, we will be sending your prescription and medication protocol. Our patient coordinators are here to advise you every step of the way.

After your egg and sperm donor are selected, the egg donor will require daily injections and regular monitoring to develop her eggs. When the eggs are matured, an egg collection is performed. Sperm will also be prepared the same day. The eggs are then fertilized with the sperm using ICSI and the resulting embryos monitored by our advanced laboratory.  We prefer to transfer the embryos when they reach blastocyst stage on day 5 of their development.

You need only spend a few days in North Cyprus for the transfer procedure as long as you can have scans in your home country to check the lining development.

If you desire — we can also include the Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) — if you wish to know the gender of your embryos before they are transferred to the womb. Our clinic can also freeze any remaining embryos you have in case you are thinking about a sibling in the future.

Our experienced patient coordinators will make sure your journey is planned accordingly.