Kyrenia IVF Center is an extensive Gynecology, Obstetrics and IVF hospital located in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. It focuses on patient satisfaction and happiness. Boasting a laboratory fully equipped with the latest technology, an operating room, procedure rooms, patients rooms with en suite and the pièce de résistance our OBGYN, Fertility, Reproductive and IVF Specialist Dr. Verda Tunçbilek. Our success levels, confidentiality, trust ability and number of couples treated, are our references to be shown as examples.
Led by expert fertility specialist, Dr. Verda Tunçbilek, Kyrenia ivf is an extensive gynecology, obstetrics and IVF center located in the Turkish republic of northern cyprus — with a predominant focus on patient satisfaction and happiness.
We provide the comfort of your own home, with our hotel accommodation options. We pick up and drop off to the airport and we offer private car transfers for each hospital appointment. We ensure that you spend a relaxed and a very enjoyable experience.
SUCCESS. CONFIDENCE. TRUSTABILITY.
For any emergencies during your IVF treatment or post-IVF treatment,
Please contact the following numbers: (24/7 Service)
The value judgments of the society and the sensitivity of the couples are always taken into consideration. As with all other health problems, the condition of the couples, the treatments they receive, the test results are kept in complete confidentiality.
Privacy is one of the most important issues at our center. Without the consent of the couple, information is never given about the treatment process, including very close relatives, parents and siblings. Private information is not shared. Maximum respect is given to the private lives of the couples during the examinations and procedures. By providing all kinds of convenience, the couple is prevented from being under stress.
Top Questions About IVF in Cyprus
Women who are over 40, have poor egg quality, or have not had success with previous cycles may consider an egg donor. This involves combining the man’s sperm with another woman’s donated eggs. If the procedure works, the woman becomes pregnant with a child who is biologically related to her partner but not herself.
Doctors will inject the sperm directly into the egg in a lab. This technique, called “ICSI” (intracytoplasmic sperm injection), helps when a man’s sperm count is very low or his sperm don’t move well. When the fertilized egg is ready, it goes into the woman’s uterus through the normal IVF process.
Fertile women can choose IUI using sperm from a donor. It may take several tries, but pregnancy rates are over 80%. You and your partner may want to see a counsellor first, to make sure you’re both ready to raise a child who is not biologically related to the father.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a popular procedure for many fertility problems. Doctors place the man’s sperm into the woman’s uterus, but not into the egg itself, while she ovulates. You may also need to take drugs to prompt your body to ovulate. IUI is less expensive and simpler than IVF (in vitro fertilization), but pregnancy rates are much lower.
- Low sperm count
- Poor sperm movement
- Misshaped sperm
- Blocked sperm ducts
A few lifestyle changes can make a difference. If you smoke, quit. Smoking lowers fertility for men and women and dims pregnancy rates. In one study, men who stopped smoking saw their sperm counts climb 800%. Also, check your diet. Is it as healthy as possible? Ask your doctor about supplements. Some vitamins and
Knowing your menstrual cycle improves your chances of getting pregnant. The first phase starts with the first day of your period or blood flow. Your body releases hormones that makes the eggs inside your ovaries grow. Between day 2 and 14, those hormones also help thicken the lining of your uterus to get ready for a fertilized egg. This is called the follicular stage.