Cyprus sperm donation is mostly the preferred method in cases where there is no live sperm in the semen of men, or there is not enough healthy sperm to fertilize the woman, and to prevent the transmission of a genetic condition in the man to the child. Sperm donation is also a very effective method to prevent the risks that will be passed from consanguineous marriage to the child.
CYPRUS SPERM DONATIONS
In the absence or shortage of sperm, which prevents pregnancy, pregnancy is achieved with the help of live sperm supplied from the sperm bank. Those who have sperm donation in Cyprus can have a healthy pregnancy and have a baby thanks to this method. The most important issue that those who have or will have a sperm transplant in Cyprus should pay attention to is that the donor has successfully completed all the tests that need to be done. The sperm used in Cyprus sperm donation are obtained from licensed and quality sperm banks in European countries. The identity of the person whose sperm are used and the person to be treated is carried out in accordance with the principles of confidentiality. Both sides have no knowledge of the other and do not see each other. They do not receive each other’s contact information.
In Cyprus sperm donation, the person who will receive the sperm is subjected to a general health screening and its suitability for receiving the sperm is determined. Precautions are taken so that various genetic disorders that are likely to be transmitted to the baby are not passed on to the baby, and chromosome examination is performed. And analysis of sexually transmitted diseases is done.
All necessary gynecological treatments are applied to the person to be donated. And in this way, the sperm donation process begins. The development process of the eggs is observed for about 1 or 2 weeks. Then, after sufficient and healthy egg development, an injection is made to fully mature the eggs. And in the following 1.5 days, the matured eggs are collected. Embryos are obtained by combining these collected eggs with sperm in the laboratory environment. At the request of the person considering pregnancy, some of these embryos are frozen. Existing embryos are provided to reach the mother’s womb. On the 12th day following this procedure, relevant hormone tests are performed in the blood and it is examined whether pregnancy has occurred.