Treatment Options

Each treatment option is suited for a specific patient group, therefore, it is of vital importance to first make an assessment of your unique fertility needs before proceeding with treatment. Your fertility assessment can be made in a number of steps.

The first step is the initial testing process as outlined in our “Infertility Testing and Interpretation of Test Results” section. In this section, we briefly talk about how to get started with the testing process. In the subsequent section, “Choosing the Right Treatment“, we talk about treatment options that might be suitable for different patient groups based on their ages, fertility assessment, previous obstetric history and possibly previous history of failed infertility treatments. Please read this section first before looking into the treatment options.

As much as treatment, your lifestyle also has a very large impact on the outcome of your treatment, therefore, it will be important to make a few sacrifices and commit to a healthier lifestyle in order to “Boost your Fertility“.

It is most certainly okay to not know which treatment type is better suited for your needs. That is where we come into the picture. Infertility treatment is a financial as well as an emotional investment. If you are not thoroughly assessed and consulted, then your treatment decision may be misguided and may not yield desired results. In order to maximize your chances of success with fertility treatments, it is very important to carry out the necessary tests and diagnoses so that an effective assessment can be made and that your treatment is customized for your specific needs.

From time to time, we receive patient inquiries saying that they have undergone IVF treatment a number of times but they all failed. Sometimes we may not be able to explain why treatments fail, but if each and every treatment was carried out the same way without any further investigation and any adjustments to the treatment protocol, then it is likely that the clinic did not have your best interest in mind. Now that there are numerous clinics and hospitals offering treatment, it may be difficult to pick the best one. However, rule of thumb is, do not go to any clinic that is willing to take you on board without a thorough investigation of your needs. IVF is a very personal treatment and a single prescription is not going to fit all.

On the bottom, you will see the treatment options offered by North Cyprus IVF Clinic. If there is anything that may not be clear or if you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us. Please allow up to 3 business days for response time. Although we would love to get back to you within minutes of your request, we take every request very seriously and make sure that our doctors review your request before IVF coordinators communicate with you. A medically correct response is much better than a quick but empty response.


IUI treatment, low dose medication and non invasive infertility treatment

IUI Treatment

Mostly suited for patients in their 20s, IUI treatment is the least invasive infertility treatment where a mild ovarian stimulation protocol is followed followed by sperm injection. This treatment has a general success rate of 25%

IVF Treatment in North Cyprus. ICSI and IVF

IVF+ICSI Treatment

At North Cyprus IVF Centre, ICSI is a standard procedure offered alongside with IVF Treatments. Success rate with IVF is significantly higher than the IUI method but this method is more invasive.

IVF treatment without medication, low dose IVF medication

Mini IVF Treatment

Mini IVF Treatment is a relatively new treatment method suited for older age brackets, especially for patients in their 40s. Mini IVF aims to obtain a few, but high quality eggs through a mild stimulation cycle.

IVF with Cytoplasmic Transfer for older couples

Cytoplasmic Transfer

IVF with Cytoplasmic Transfer is also a treatment option for older female patients who are at the risk of having damaged mitochondria due to aging eggs.

IVF with donor eggs in North Cyprus, chance of success with egg donation

Egg Donor IVF Treatment

Egg donation or donor egg IVF treatment is a treatment option suitable for female patients whose ovarian reserves have been depleted or compromised.

Tandem IVF cycle with own eggs as well as donor eggs

Tandem IVF Treatment

Tandem IVF Cycle is an IVF treatment option for women with diminished ovarian reserves. In this treatment option, own eggs as well as donor eggs are used.

IVF using sperm donor is known as sperm donation. This is for men with azoospermia

Sperm Donor IVF Treatment

Many men suffer from Azoospermia. If for any reason, the male patient is unable to produce normal sperm cells that can generate pregnancy, use of a sperm donor will be an option. Sometimes alternative …

Gender selection refers to selecting the sex of your unborn baby before conception or before pregnancy.

Gender Selection Treatment

Gender selection is an option for patients who would like to balance their family or for patients who would like to minimize the likelihood of sex linked diseases with their unborn child.

Gestational surrogacy for gay couples, same-sex couples or heterosexual couples.

US-Based Surrogacy Program

Gestational surrogacy is a treatment option for women who are unable to carry a pregnancy to a full term or for gay male couples who need the help of a surrogate to have a child. Our US-based program…

Surogical sperm extraction, sperm retrieval TESA PESA MESA

Surgical Sperm Retrieval

Surgical sperm retrieval becomes an option for men with azoospermia. Based on your fertility assessment, the right type of sperm retrieval method can be selected.

Embryo donation, embryo adoption at North Cyprus IVF Centre

Egg and Sperm Donation

Egg and Sperm donation, also known as embryo donation is an option for couples with both male and female factor infertility. Both and egg and a sperm donor…

Same sex parenting, known as gay surrogacy in the United States

Gay Surrogacy Program

Same sex parenting, also known as gay surrogacy is a treatment program suited for same sex male couples who need the help of a surrogate to have a child.

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