British Cyprus IVF Hospital
Infertility clinic in Nicosia, Cyprus

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About British Cyprus IVF Hospital

British Cyprus IVF Hospital is a world-renowned IVF and infertility clinic located on the scenic island of Cyprus. With success rates higher than the EU averages and prices amongst the lowest available; they provide an unmatched service. As experts in infertility and IVF treatments, the British Cyprus IVF Hospital offers a wide range of specialist infertility procedures; including IVF, insemination, donation, gender determination and microsort, genetic testing and foetal reduction.

Having over 21 years of experience, the British Cyprus IVF Hospital is a symbol of expertise and success in infertility and IVF treatments. They boast the largest regional donor pool with over 1,800 donors, contributing to over 35,000 IVF success stories, at an impressive 90% success rate.

Infertility treatments in Cyprus with British Cyprus IVF Hospital

IVF at British Cyprus IVF Hospital

British Cyprus IVF Hospital offers the most advanced technologies available for IVF. Combine this with the high-level expertise of their specialists and doctors, it enables the hospital to have a success rate higher than the European average. Furthermore, with one of the most developed embryonic labs in the world at their disposal, it allows for the following range of treatments to be performed successfully:

  • Conventional IVF - the procedure of creating an embryo in laboratory conditions and transferring the embryo to the uterus. In the conventional IVF method, the egg collected from the female is brought together with an adequate quantity of sperm from the male in special laboratory conditions allowing the fastest and most fertile sperm to enter the egg naturally.
  • IUI (Insemination) - an assisted reproductive method performed on patients who could not become pregnant despite regular sexual relationship for a year and received the diagnosis of infertile.
  • ICSI - the only difference from conventional IVF and ICSI is the method of fertilisation. In this method, an embryologist uses specialised needles to inject only a single sperm into each egg.
  • IMSI - this method allows a more accurate sperm selection by examining the sperm under considerably greater magnification (x6000-x8000). By doing this IMSI increased chances of success for couples suffering especially from sperm defects.


Donation at British Cyprus IVF Hospital

British Cyprus IVF Hospital offers egg, sperm and embryo donation. All donations come with warranties over European standards. The hospital has a healthy donor pool of over 1,800 donors, and provides a 10 eggs guarantee to maximise the chance for a successful pregnancy.

  • Egg donation - a treatment option with high pregnancy success rates for women, who are unable to get pregnant with their own eggs. Eggs are donated by young and healthy women with a good ovarian reserve. The result is an embryo from the fertilization of these eggs, with sperm obtained from the patient’s husband/partner.
  • Embryo donation - this is when a couple cannot produce viable egg and sperm and need to use both form of donation to achieve pregnancy. They undergo the preparation involved in an IVF cycle for a transfer and choose a healthy female donor alongside a healthy male donor. After which they are fertilised into embryos and transferred to the female recipient.
  • Sperm donation - this is applied in IVF treatment, when the male partner is unable to produce viable sperm for treatment. It is when an anonymous donor or another person known to the couple is provided for use in IVF treatments to fertilise eggs.
  • Tandem IVF cycle – this cycle uses both patient’s eggs as well as donor eggs. The patient and donor in line begin the stimulation process at the same time, so egg collection can occur at the same time. Implantation has a chance to take place, with either their own eggs, donor eggs or a mixture of both.

Genetic testing at British Cyprus IVF Hospital

Utilising the latest developments in genetic testing, British Cyprus IVF Hospital offers a wide range of genetic testing, enabling them to confront genetic problems preventing pregnancy:

Foetal reduction at British Cyprus IVF Hospital

Multiple pregnancies have become more common during IVF procedures. British Cyprus IVF Hospital offers foetal reduction, the process of reducing the number of foetuses by stopping the heartbeat of one or two foetuses in a multiple pregnancy. Thus, a healthier pregnancy is guaranteed.

Travelling to Cyprus for IVF and infertility treatment

British Cyprus IVF Hospital not only offers premium treatments, they also offer premium care for their patients. They have a dedicated team to accommodate for every need that a patient may have. The hospital offers packages and recommendations for individuals looking for accommodation.

More information on the hotels associated with British Cyprus IVF Hospital, and packages available for patients can be found on their website.

British Cyprus IVF Hospital accreditations

As IVF and infertility specialists, British Cyprus IVF Hospital has gained global acknowledgement. They have been featured by Newsweek and have been accredited with both ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certificates, making them the first and only IVF hospital to hold these certificates simultaneously in Cyprus.

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Turkish
  • Arabic
  • German
  • Russian
  • Bulgarian
  • Greek

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Liability insurance  : No

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Email: info@cyprusivf.com
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