Infertility treatment has become a major industry in the realm of medical tourism. While one in five couples struggle with infertility problems, the demand for infertility treatment continues to rise. Adding to the complexity of an already difficult treatment process is the fact that clinics in the United States and Western Europe struggle with waitlists and infertility limitations set by national legislation. Consequently, patients increasingly travel abroad for infertility treatment; specifically, patients travel to self-indulgent and blissful getaways such as North Cyprus for infertility treatment.
Infertility treatment in Northern Cyprus allows patients to marry medicine with merriment as clinics like North Cyprus IVF make infertility treatment a stress-free vacation. Pertinent to successful embryo transfer is a relaxed and tranquil environment. Undergoing IVF treatment in North Cyprus allows patients to escape the fast-pace and the stress that always seems to accumulate at home. Getting away to North Cyprus for infertility treatment allows your body to create the calm environment desired for embryonic transfers.
Why make infertility treatment more stressful by paying exorbitant fees and dealing with the bureaucracy of home clinics?
North Cyprus IVF provides patients quality infertility treatment in a patient-friendly, relaxed atmosphere. The team of highly qualified professionals specializes in reproductive medicine. North Cyprus IVF offers patients an array of infertility treatments including In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Assisted Hatching, as well as Donor Egg, Embryo and Sperm treatments.
IVF treatment is nerve-racking in and of itself, not to mention traveling to foreign territory. Nonetheless, patients don’t have to worry about language barriers with the doctors in North Cyprus. The English-speaking doctors at North Cyprus IVF provide the quality care patients deserve. One North Cyprus IVF couple described the clinic as “our lifeline into the daunting world of IVF abroad.”
North Cyprus IVF not only assures English-speaking doctors, but English-speaking doctors and patient coordinators who are committed to supporting patients from the diagnosis to each step of treatment.
In North Cyprus, visitors can discover a vibrant history characterized by an intersection of cultures and political debate. Explore the fascinating architecture of mosques converted from churches in the 15th and 16th centuries, or visit the ancient Roman city of Salamis before learning about the bronze city of Alasia, where bronze was once shipped to Egyptian Pharaohs. If the cultural explorations get too tiresome while undergoing infertility treatment, the beaches of North Cyprus draw visitors from all over the world to relax in golden sand.
Located at the crossroads of three continents, North Cyprus is an easy destination. The island of Cyprus can be reached by air or by sea. In the summer, more than ninety flights a week are scheduled to fly to North Cyprus.
Flights to North Cyprus almost always stop in Turkey. Cyprus Turkish Airlines and Turkish Airlines work together in impressively coordinating flight times to make travel easy and convenient. Turkish Airlines, a Star Alliance member, now has direct flights from New York City and Washington, D.C. to Istanbul, where flights to North Cyprus are short and frequent. The sixty to ninety minute flights are also frequent from Izmir, Ankara, Adana and Antalya. There is also a budget airline with direct flights from London's Stansted Airport to North Cyprus.
Patients may also reach North Cyprus via the southern part of the Island. Direct flights from all over Europe fly to Larnaca Airport, where car services provide transport to North Cyprus.
Take advantage of the climate, reduced costs, and quality care available to patients who are seeking to build a family with infertility options in North Cyprus.
The information on this site is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a licensed medical practitioner. If you are experiencing a serious medical condition call your local emergency services or your doctor.