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Cyprus IVF Treatments

Yumurta Donasyonu Kıbrıs

Egg Donation in North Cyprus

Egg donation used to be a method for assisted pregnancy with young women who had prematurely entered menopause. In contrast to the widely thought belief that all egg cells (i.e. ova) are taken in this procedure, egg donation only involves acquiring one single healthy egg cell from the donor under strict laboratory conditions. This method has become the solution, in time, for many women desiring to have their own babies for years. Egg donation is being successfuly performed in Cyprus IVF Clinic


Sperm Donasyonu Kıbrıs

Sperm Donation in North Cyprus

Sperm donation is a method being applied in cases when the male partner suffers from azoospermia (failure in generating any sperm cell). This method involves gathering sperm samples either from a healthy male having no medical (specifically reproductive) health problems, or from a sperm bank where donor sperms are being frozen for long-term storage. Fertilization with the ovum is undertaken through IVF procedures following sperm donation. Sperm donation is being successfully implemented in Cyprus IVF Clinic.


Embriyo Donasyonu Kıbrıs

Gender Selection (PGD) IVF in North Cyprus

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) helps you identify and select the desired gender of your baby. This is a method with a 99.9% success rate in identifying the correct gender of choice, and is also termed as preimplantation sex discernment in other media. PGD is also useful in screening for possible genetic health defects and/or predispositions towards hereditary diseases. This procedure is being successfully applied in Cyprus IVF Clinic.


Kıbrıs Tüp Bebek

IVF In North Cyprus

IVF is the abbreviation of the term in-vitro fertilisation. This is the procedure when the egg (i.e. ovum) of the female and the sperm of the male are assisted to fertilise within a test tube under laboratory conditions. This treatment is being successfully implemented in Cyprus IVF Clinic.


Cinsiyet Seçimi Kıbrıs

Embryo Donation in North Cyprus

Embryo donation is an IVF procedure being performed where either partner has significant damages in or complete absence of their reproductive gonad cells. Embryo donation is being successfully performed in Cyprus IVF Clinic.


Tandem Siklus Kıbrıs

Tandem Cycle in North Cyprus

Tandem is a treatment of using the patient`s own eggs and at the same time getting extra suitable eggs from the donor in order to make the success rate higher within an IVF procedure. This is successfully performed at Cyprus IVF Clinic.


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We offer numerous services in addition to the standard IVF (IVF/ICSI) procedures which involve egg donation, sperm donation, embryo donation, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), Gender Selection (PGD) for balancing your family,  egg freezing and foetal reduction (i.e. in utero termination of heart-beat of undesired embryos in cases when multiple pregnancies happen). All of these procedures are undertaken with highest regards to your medical as well as emotional sensitivities, with no queue waiting.
Dogus Infertility Clinic is being referred to as the most popular choice for assisted reproduction in Cyprus with regards to its quality of services, superior patient satisfaction and significantly high success rates of healthy pregnancies as well as the overall number of couples having had been treated up to date.


Dr. Sevket Alpturk

Clinic Director

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The founding director of Dogus Infertility Clinic Gyn.Op.Dr. Şevket Alptürk was born in 1959, in K. Kaymaklı region of Nicosia. After graduating from the Faculty of Medicine of Ankara University in 1983, Dr. Alpttürk continued on his medical specialization at the same faculty’s School of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for five years. During this period he also completed trainings in Gynaecological and Obstetric Ultrasound Imaging, Gynaecologic Endoscopy, Micro-Surgery as well as Colonoscopy. He successfully completed trainings to become a specialist in In-Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer Techniques in the year of 2001 under the Faculty of Medicine, School of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the University of Ankara. He published many scientific articles in international as well as local medical journals. Dr. Alpttürk is married with two children. He is still working with his team in performing gynaecology, infertility and IVF treatments in the clinic he founded on 1991 – Dogus Infertility Clinic.


Our Clinic is especially organized around IVF treatment procedure necessities with much care and years of expertise. Our experienced team welcomes you to our clinic.
To have further information regarding IVF procedures, the gender selection process and any other related procedure please do not hesitate to contact our director Gyn.Op.Dr. Şevket Alpttürk. If you prefer, you can fill out our Contact Form right away



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Female Infertility

1. Ovulation Disorders Ovulation disorder is the most common reason for infertility seen in women, and it means anovulation or irregular and rare ovulation. Most…


Male Infertility

The problem of approximately 30-50% of the couples not having children arose from men. The reasons of infertility in men are classified in two main…


Early Menopause

Early menopause is the case when a woman stops having her menstrual flow before the age of 35. Even if early menopause is claimed to…

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