Egg Donation (egg donation abroad), IVF Treatment offers hope for a large number of women whom can not conceive using their own eggs. Egg Donation especially egg donation abroad and IVF treatment gives that chance of having a child. Egg donors can be somebody you know, family member or UKCFA can match you up with a egg donor for your egg donation programme. Our Cyprus egg donation programme has the highest pregnancy rates exceeding 80% thanks to the quality of the young and fertile egg donors and our dedicated staff. Egg donation in Cyprus is made a smooth process. Please read the details and see how you can complete most of your egg donation treatment here in the UK and have a week's holiday in Cyprus on the dates of your choice. Finishing off the treatment by visiting the clinic only twice.
Stage 1 – Initial Consultation and Registration
Once you have arranged an appointment, our Egg Donation Programme Coordinator in the UK will conduct a consultation with you. You don’t need to be referred to us by a doctor but it sometimes helps. This appointment involves taking a full medical history, discussing your requirements and some basic health checks. If you have been referred to us by your doctor much of this work will have already been completed. If you are attending with a male partner who hasn’t had a recent semen analysis we will also arrange this for you. At this stage it’s important you get answers to all your questions. This consultation is £200.
Once we have assessed your suitability and you wish to proceed, you will need to complete the Donor Characteristics form. This gives us information on the ideal characteristics you require from your egg donor so we can start the process of finding a range of suitable egg donors to offer you. If you also require a sperm donor we will follow the same process.
Stage 2 – Screening Tests & Counselling
Before you can be matched with an egg donor, the following tests must be carried out, some of which involves us taking some blood from you.
We may be able to perform these tests at your initial consultation to save you time and travel
if convenient. It’s quite likely that you will have had some or all of these taken already.
If you have we will need to see the results of these to show they are less than 12 months old. If they are over 12 months old we will need to repeat them.
We also require a letter from your GP stating there are no contra-indications to you carrying a pregnancy.
Choosing to undergo egg donation can be a stressful and emotional time.
Every patient who has treatment with us must have had a counselling session. If you have had counselling before, our counsellor is still available at any time, but if you do not require this we will need a letter from your previous counsellor letting us know you have seen them.
If you haven’t had counselling before we will arrange for you to see our independent counsellor to discuss the full implications of undergoing egg donation.
Stage 3 – Consultant Review and Scan
You may choose one of these egg donors during one of your initial visits, otherwise, by the time you have seen our coordinator, registered for the programme and had your screening tests, our colleagues in Cyprus will be busy finding you a range of suitable egg donors. At this stage you will have a Consultation with one of our Consultant Gynaecologists.
This meeting will review all of your information so far including your history, your screening results and requirements. You will also have a trans vaginal ultrasound scan examination. This scan is necessary to check the pelvic organs and in some cases we may need to assess your uterine cavity in a more detailed way.
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