Cyprus is a common European destination country for international patients whom need to use donor oocytes to become mothers/parents.
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In Cyprus, egg donors must remain anonymous. Thus, fertility clinics should attempt to guarantee the confidentiality in the data provided by the donor.
In Cyprus, sperm donors must remain anonymous and act selflessly in accordance with the law. Intended parents can only get general information about the donor’s phenotypical characteristics.
The law that regulates oocyte and sperm donation, and in general fertility care, in Cyprus is the Law 69 (I)/2015. Among other aspects, it established that gamete donation should be based upon anonymity and altruism.
In Cyprus, patients aged 50 or less can use donor eggs in order for them to undergo IVF provided that they are unable to get pregnant with their own eggs.
Sperm donation is allowed in Cyprus to be used for intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. It should be based upon anonymity and altruism.
Cyprus is an island country located in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea which is chosen as the destination country of a number of fertility patients who cross borders in the pursuit of a solution to their fertility problems.
By double-donor IVF we mean the use of both donor eggs and donor sperm for a single fertility cycle. Thus, intended parents will not share the genetic code of their child.
The Cypriot Law allows for the transfer of a maximum of two embryos in women aged 38 or younger, and up to three embryos in women aged 39 to 50.
Embryo adoption in Cyprus refers both to the use of spare embryos and the use of embryos that have been created from the fusion of donor eggs and sperm.