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andromedaE9 said:
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I have had a quick look at your website where it says that you guarantee 4 good 3 day embryos OR 2 blastocysts. If there are more good embryos than the guaranteed ones will they be put in the freezer for me to use later? What would the fees be in that case?
Good Evening and thank you for your question.
Our medical team are trying to have the best results for every patient and of course if a patient have more good embryos than the guarantee they will all be forzen and kept in storage for future use. There are not additional fees if you have more embryos than the guarantee . As in every clinic there is a fee for frozen embryo storage and this depends on where the embryos will be stored .
If you wish to have more information you are welcome to contact us directly and book one on one personalised information session with our Patient Services Manager (in London)

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Hello I wold like to know if you have asian donor eggs. Would I be able to come to Cyprus to have the treatment and what would the cost be.
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praying x said:
Hello I wold like to know if you have asian donor eggs. Would I be able to come to Cyprus to have the treatment and what would the cost be.
Thanks
Good Evening and thank you for your questions.
We are ususally able to find Asian donors in Cyprus. Sometime we can find a matching ethnic donor quite quick and at times it might take longer.

You may choose to have your treatment and transfer in Cyprus .

Please contact us directly for more information regarding the cost and the treatment options

[email protected]

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Hi,

I am not sure this is the right place to ask, but just found you have your own tab on the forum.  I am just back on the forum after a few months break and was reading on about a fellow member who underwent treatment with ManorIVF.  She said she had her treatment in the UK.  Is ManorIVF in the UK?  but eggs from abroad or something?  Can you give me more information please  :)
 

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Hi Heatherbe,

Thank you for your question.
ManorIVF operates clinic abroad but we work in collaboration with UK based clinics.
So if you wish to have egg donation cycle in the UK we will refer you to our collaborating clinic where you will have your investigations (if needed) and transfer cycle.
We have the egg donation at our clinic abroad and we will transfer your chosen donor eggs to the UK clinic.
For more detailed information please contact us directly
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Hi there,

Can I just ask why this is part of the testing prior to consultation?
"Mammography screening (for women over 40) + manual breast examination by a breast surgeon."

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Buffy71 said:
Hi there,

Can I just ask why this is part of the testing prior to consultation?
"Mammography screening (for women over 40) + manual breast examination by a breast surgeon."

Many thanks

Buff
Hi Buff and thank you for your question.
The request for Mammography screening and breast examination is mandatory for patient who wish to travel to Israel for their treatment. It is the Israeli ministry of health guidelines as part of general screening for public health to check for common deceases in young population.
If You chose to have a treatment with ManorIVF in UK (egg donation) the screening guidelines will be according to HFEA and will be given to you by the UK clinic.

For more information please contact us directly and we will be happy to reply to all your questions.
 

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Hi Mrs Munchkin,

Thanks for the message.  We provide vitrified (frozen) eggs, with your clinic fertilising these eggs and allowing for you to undergo an embryo transfer with these freshly created embryos, or alternatively freezing these embryos and undergoing embryo transfer at a later stage.

We currently work with GCRM in Belfast, Northern Ireland.  Would this be suitable for you?

One of our team members could contact you with further information if you would like, please do not hesitate to contact us [email protected]

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Hi Etteloc,

Thank you for your inquiry.  You are correct in that the BMI limit of a recipient us up to our local treating clinic partner, however I understand it to be around a BMI under 35.  As you know, the fertility specialist has a patients best interest at heart in a decision to treat/not to treat based on BMI.

I hope this assists. Please feel free to reach out to us as needed [email protected]  :)
 
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