What is Embryo Donation?

Couples who are faced with the problem of infertility can have embryo donation done. The embryo donation process is performed reliably using the ovaries of the healthy person and the sperm in the sperm bank. In addition, fertilization of eggs is carried out in very hygienic and safe laboratory environments.

What Are The Methods Used In Embryo Donation?

Certain methods must be applied in order for embryo donation to take place. Below are the methods used in embryo donation:

• In order for embryo donation to take place, it is necessary to undergo microinjection process by selecting eggs and sperm suitable for the physical characteristics of the couples among the donated sperm and eggs.

• After the control of sperm and eggs, the embryo is placed in the mother’s uterus and 80% success is achieved.

Time of Embryo Transfer Procedures

After the screening for the embryo transfer process, certain medications must be checked in order for the mother’s body to be ready for implantation. After the drugs deemed appropriate by medical professionals are controlled, ultrasound control procedures are performed. After all the controls, a suitable date is determined for the mother in order to perform the embryo transfer process. In cases where the endometrial thickness exceeds 7 mm, embryo transfer can be done quickly.

Points to Consider in Embryo Transfer

There are certain points that couples should pay attention to in the embryo transfer process. These issues are listed below:

• Before embryo transfer, couples should do a detailed research and choose the most appropriate and reliable medical center.

• Centers where medical IVF treatments can be performed by specialist physicians in a clean and hygienic manner should be selected.

• In addition, couples need to find medical centers that have liberal donation arrangements in order to facilitate embryo transfer.

Who Can Have Cyprus Embryo Donation?

In order to perform the Cyprus Embryo donation process, the couples who will perform the embryo transfer process must have certain features. Below are detailed features that couples must have in order for embryo donation to take place:

• Older ones,

• Those who enter early menopause,

• Not being able to use reproductive cells due to many reasons such as hereditary diseases,

• Couples without reproductive cells can easily do the embryo donation procedure.

How Does The Process Work?

In order for embryo donation to be performed successfully, certain steps must be applied one by one. Below are the steps to be followed for embryo donation:

• In order to perform the embryo donation process, firstly, donors who are suitable for the physical characteristics and blood type of the mother and father should be found.

• After finding suitable donors, frozen sperm and fresh eggs are taken from the sperm bank.

• Later, treatments are initiated for embryo donation.

• During the initiation of treatment, expectant mothers who do not have menstrual periods are administered menstrual regulating medication and preparations are made so that the uterus is suitable for treatment.

• The preparation process of the mother’s womb for treatment can take approximately 16-18 days.

• After all the preparations are made, the eggs that have developed after the end of 10-12 time from the fertilization process in embryo donation are taken from the donor and the fertilization process is carried out together with the sperm cell taken from the sperm bank that day.

• Embryos fertilized after 5 days are transferred to the mother’s womb easily and comfortably.

• 12 days after the embryo transfer process, the mother’s blood is tested and the pregnancy outcomes are checked.

Features of Donors to Donate

Donors who will donate sperm and eggs must have certain characteristics. These features are listed below:

• People between the ages of 21-29,

• No problems in required blood tests including serological, infectious diseases and chromosome analysis,

Preferably the woman has had a healthy birth before,

• There should not be any genetic or physical disease in the family history.

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