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  "Dr. Kanakas made our dream come true and for that we will be eternally grateful. With his optimism, incredible experience and skills, he made it possible for us to realize our dream immediately." Tes and Mark from Sydney, Australia


   
 
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  IVF - Egg donation abroad.
   
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Egg donation is the choice that maximizes the chances of a successful IVF cycle

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Start your family with people who care - Embryoland IVF Greece
 

Leading IVF Clinic in Athens Greece.

At Embryoland IVF Center Athens, a center of excellence in Europe, we are dedicated to the needs of women and their partners living abroad. We offer highly reputable IVF and egg donation programs to international patients seeking to have their fertility treatment in Greece.

Family is important to us, so we want to do our best to help you succeed in your dream of becoming a parent!

You want to choose the best for you!


IVF treatment is more than medical expertise; it is about caring for the individual and for the couple.

The team of Embryoland Athens: Helping you succeed.


Embryoland IVF Center Athens, one of the leading IVF clinics in Greece, provides a complete program of assisted conception. So far the Embryoland team has delivered more than 4.800 children.

Get in touch with us and schedule an appointment with Dr. Nikos Kanakas and his team.


Contact Embryoland

Embryoland, Center for Assisted Reproduction and Fertility, Athens, Greece  - Specialised fertility clinic for egg donation in Europe.

Embryoland is complying with the COVID-19-guidelines published by ESHRE and is implementing all Assisted Reproduction procedures under this protocol.


             
Egg donation
 
IVF abroad
 
Virtual Consultation
 
Our clinic
             
 
WHY CHOOSE EMBRYOLAND?
 
Embryoland is one of the leading IVF Clinics in Greece  
     
Excellent pregnancy results  
     
We ensure our patients feel calm, relaxed and nurtered at all the times  
     
 
  Special focus on couples and single women from abroad
     
  Totally anonymous egg donation and embryo adoption
     
  96% of our patients would recommend us
     
 
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
 
 
 
 
EMBRYOLAND'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL
 
 
   
RECENT NEWS
 
Announcement on the implementation of a protocol by ESHRE on Assisted Reproduction Processes
28/4/2020
Embryoland is complying with the guidelines published by ESHRE and is implementing all Assisted Reproduction procedures under this protocol.
 
 
Dr. Nikos Kanakas on timeTV
17/2/2020
Dr. Nikos Kanakas on timeTV, 13.1.2020
 
 
..
21/12/2019
Η Embryoland ανάμεσα στους «ΘΗΣΑΥΡΟΥΣ» του Ελληνικού Τουρισμού!
 
 
First clinical pregnancies in Greece - Embryoland IVF Center Athens
4/7/2019
At Embryoland, we are happy to announce our two first clinical pregnancies in Greece following the use of the innovative method of magnetic sperm sorting MACS® for the selection of healthy non-apoptotic sperm in two women from Greece and Australia with a medical history of recurrent failed IVF treatments.
 
 
Good Health Australia September 2016 - Embryoland success stories
7/9/2016
I'm having an egg donor in my 40's.
 
 
Women using donor eggs do still pass their DNA to their child!
27/5/2016
Scientists have discovered that infertile women who are forced to use donor eggs do still pass their own DNA to their child.
 
 
Women travelling to Greece to become pregnant by IVF
12/5/2016
The Sydney Morning Herald - Australian women in their late 40s and even 50s desperate for a baby are increasingly travelling to Greece to get pregnant.
 
 
Feedback from our patients
8/5/2016
Please read what our patients have to say about our clinic and work!
 
 
IVF in Greece - Why
2/5/2015

 
 
Dr. Kanakas in au.Greekreporter.com
9/4/2015
According to the Australian newspaper, The Age, Australian women in their late 40s and 50s are travelling to Greece and Spain in order to get pregnant.
 
 
Donors helped her dream come true
18/3/2015
Sydney Morning Herald - Success story for IVF at Embryoland in Athens, Greece
 
 
F.A.Q.
 
Is there an age limit to access an IVF treatment?
Yes. The upper age limit is the recipient's 50th birthday.
Is there a waiting list for donors and where do the donors come from?
No, there is no waiting list for donor treatments.Our egg donors are less than 30 years old and have usually had already a successful pregnancy. We select our egg donors based on your individual and personal characteristics. Our egg donors can fit to all the needed characteristics (hair-, eye- and skin color). We can find an appropriate egg donor within 2 months.
How long does an egg donation treatment take?
Normally it takes approximately 4 weeks to prepare the patient. Usually, you will start the whole therapy with your doctor in your country and you will finish the egg retrieval and embryotransfer here in Athens. So you have to stay once in Athens (1st consultation /  egg retrieval:  9 days - from day 13 till day 20 of your period.
Do the treatments affect other areas of my life?
You can live a completely normal life during your treatments. There are no limitations pertaining to nourishment, exercise or intercourse. However, daily hormone injections must be taken at the same time everyday strictly abiding by the instructions given. Some of the hormones used in the treatments cause symptoms of menopause, such as sudden mood changes, irritability or unusual sweating. Your lower abdomen may swell and you may feel pain, especially during the final stage of the stimulation, if many ovarian follicles develop. You should avoid heavy physical activity on the days of oocyte collection and the embryo transfer. Your spouse/partner should avoid ejaculation a few days before giving a semen sample.
Who are our egg donors?

We select our donors mainly originally from Greece and Eastern European countires, as i.e. Poland and Ukraine, usually in their twenties and often with young children of their own.  Our darker haired Greek donors tend to be a good match for our Italian and even Asian patients, but our blonde, blue eyed donors often give an excellent match for our German and Scandinavian recipients.  So we can match almost all Caucasian colourings. 
All donors are screened for infections and hereditary diseases and their family medical history is reviewed before they are accepted.  They are regularly tested for Syphilis, HIV-1, HIV-2, Hepatitis B & C, gonorrhea, herpes and any other sexually transmitted disease. They have never used intravenous drugs except during medical treatment. We screen for many genetic and infectious diseases, including sickle cell, thalassemias, Chlamydia karyotype, cystic fibrosis (75% of the genes – the remaining risk is 0,6%, namely 1/166), haemoglobinopathies and whatever the clinic considers will be beneficial in the specific case.

Donors are recruited only by word of mouth (advertising for donors is not legal in Greece), so donors tend to be friends of previous donors who become familiar with the process whilst their friend is donating.  We are very careful about which donors can be accepted on to the program, and we try to attract donors who will have a long term relationship with the clinic.  They know that they help other people fulfill their dream for a child and they are aware of how sacred this purpose is.

We don’t accept donations from women who in severe financial difficulties or under other severe stresses as we feel it would not be a true donation and could be psychologically harmful to the donor in later years if she regretted a donation she made under duress.

What are our chances for success?
Many factors do influence the success of the treatments. Your age, how long you have been infertile and the reason for it, your life-style, the form of treatment, your body's reaction to stimulation (i.e. the quality of and how many oocytes you produce), the quality of the semen, the quality of the embryos and the number of embryos to be transferred all influence the probability of pregnancy. Our Live Birth pregnancy rates are way above the Greek national average: 68% baby take-home rate after an exclusive egg donation treatment.
What tests do we need done?
Both you and your partner need to be tested for HIV, Hepatitis B&C, Syphilis, CMV and blood group. In case of very poor sperm quality, the male partner may need Cystic Fibrosis screening. We accept prior test results if they have been completed within a year.
Can I fly back home straight after treatment?
After the treatment is completed you can fly back home immediately. Travelling won´t have any adverse effect on the embryo transfer nor the ensuing pregnancy.
What does an egg donation treatment cost?
Prior to starting the treatment, you will be given a complete personalised price quotation. Please send us your medical report and you will receive a quotation.
   
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Start your family with people who care - Embryoland IVF Greece
 

Leading IVF Clinic in Athens Greece.

At Embryoland IVF Center Athens, a center of excellence in Europe, we are dedicated to the needs of women and their partners living abroad. We offer highly reputable IVF and egg donation programs to international patients seeking to have their fertility treatment in Greece.

Family is important to us, so we want to do our best to help you succeed in your dream of becoming a parent!

You want to choose the best for you!


IVF treatment is more than medical expertise; it is about caring for the individual and for the couple.

The team of Embryoland Athens: Helping you succeed.


Embryoland IVF Center Athens, one of the leading IVF clinics in Greece, provides a complete program of assisted conception. So far the Embryoland team has delivered more than 4.800 children.

Get in touch with us and schedule an appointment with Dr. Nikos Kanakas and his team.


Contact Embryoland

Embryoland, Center for Assisted Reproduction and Fertility, Athens, Greece  - Specialised fertility clinic for egg donation in Europe.

Embryoland is complying with the COVID-19-guidelines published by ESHRE and is implementing all Assisted Reproduction procedures under this protocol.


Egg donation
IVF abroad
Virtual Consultation
Our clinic
 
 
WHY CHOOSE EMBRYOLAND?
 
Embryoland is one of the leading IVF Clinics in Greece  
  Excellent pregnancy results
We ensure our patients feel calm, relaxed and nurtered at all the times  
  Special focus on couples and single women from abroad
Totally anonymous egg donation and embryo adoption  
  96% of our patients would recommend us
 
 
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
 
 
 
EMBRYOLAND'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL
 
 
RECENT NEWS
 
Announcement on the implementation of a protocol by ESHRE on Assisted Reproduction Processes
28/4/2020
Embryoland is complying with the guidelines published by ESHRE and is implementing all Assisted Reproduction procedures under this protocol.
 
Dr. Nikos Kanakas on timeTV
17/2/2020
Dr. Nikos Kanakas on timeTV, 13.1.2020
 
..
21/12/2019
Η Embryoland ανάμεσα στους «ΘΗΣΑΥΡΟΥΣ» του Ελληνικού Τουρισμού!
 
First clinical pregnancies in Greece - Embryoland IVF Center Athens
4/7/2019
At Embryoland, we are happy to announce our two first clinical pregnancies in Greece following the use of the innovative method of magnetic sperm sorting MACS® for the selection of healthy non-apoptotic sperm in two women from Greece and Australia with a medical history of recurrent failed IVF treatments.
 
Good Health Australia September 2016 - Embryoland success stories
7/9/2016
I'm having an egg donor in my 40's.
 
Women using donor eggs do still pass their DNA to their child!
27/5/2016
Scientists have discovered that infertile women who are forced to use donor eggs do still pass their own DNA to their child.
 
Women travelling to Greece to become pregnant by IVF
12/5/2016
The Sydney Morning Herald - Australian women in their late 40s and even 50s desperate for a baby are increasingly travelling to Greece to get pregnant.
 
Feedback from our patients
8/5/2016
Please read what our patients have to say about our clinic and work!
 
IVF in Greece - Why
2/5/2015

 
Dr. Kanakas in au.Greekreporter.com
9/4/2015
According to the Australian newspaper, The Age, Australian women in their late 40s and 50s are travelling to Greece and Spain in order to get pregnant.
 
Donors helped her dream come true
18/3/2015
Sydney Morning Herald - Success story for IVF at Embryoland in Athens, Greece
 
 
 
F.A.Q.
 
Is there an age limit to access an IVF treatment?
Yes. The upper age limit is the recipient's 50th birthday.
Is there a waiting list for donors and where do the donors come from?
No, there is no waiting list for donor treatments.Our egg donors are less than 30 years old and have usually had already a successful pregnancy. We select our egg donors based on your individual and personal characteristics. Our egg donors can fit to all the needed characteristics (hair-, eye- and skin color). We can find an appropriate egg donor within 2 months.
How long does an egg donation treatment take?
Normally it takes approximately 4 weeks to prepare the patient. Usually, you will start the whole therapy with your doctor in your country and you will finish the egg retrieval and embryotransfer here in Athens. So you have to stay once in Athens (1st consultation /  egg retrieval:  9 days - from day 13 till day 20 of your period.
Do the treatments affect other areas of my life?
You can live a completely normal life during your treatments. There are no limitations pertaining to nourishment, exercise or intercourse. However, daily hormone injections must be taken at the same time everyday strictly abiding by the instructions given. Some of the hormones used in the treatments cause symptoms of menopause, such as sudden mood changes, irritability or unusual sweating. Your lower abdomen may swell and you may feel pain, especially during the final stage of the stimulation, if many ovarian follicles develop. You should avoid heavy physical activity on the days of oocyte collection and the embryo transfer. Your spouse/partner should avoid ejaculation a few days before giving a semen sample.
Who are our egg donors?

We select our donors mainly originally from Greece and Eastern European countires, as i.e. Poland and Ukraine, usually in their twenties and often with young children of their own.  Our darker haired Greek donors tend to be a good match for our Italian and even Asian patients, but our blonde, blue eyed donors often give an excellent match for our German and Scandinavian recipients.  So we can match almost all Caucasian colourings. 
All donors are screened for infections and hereditary diseases and their family medical history is reviewed before they are accepted.  They are regularly tested for Syphilis, HIV-1, HIV-2, Hepatitis B & C, gonorrhea, herpes and any other sexually transmitted disease. They have never used intravenous drugs except during medical treatment. We screen for many genetic and infectious diseases, including sickle cell, thalassemias, Chlamydia karyotype, cystic fibrosis (75% of the genes – the remaining risk is 0,6%, namely 1/166), haemoglobinopathies and whatever the clinic considers will be beneficial in the specific case.

Donors are recruited only by word of mouth (advertising for donors is not legal in Greece), so donors tend to be friends of previous donors who become familiar with the process whilst their friend is donating.  We are very careful about which donors can be accepted on to the program, and we try to attract donors who will have a long term relationship with the clinic.  They know that they help other people fulfill their dream for a child and they are aware of how sacred this purpose is.

We don’t accept donations from women who in severe financial difficulties or under other severe stresses as we feel it would not be a true donation and could be psychologically harmful to the donor in later years if she regretted a donation she made under duress.

What are our chances for success?
Many factors do influence the success of the treatments. Your age, how long you have been infertile and the reason for it, your life-style, the form of treatment, your body's reaction to stimulation (i.e. the quality of and how many oocytes you produce), the quality of the semen, the quality of the embryos and the number of embryos to be transferred all influence the probability of pregnancy. Our Live Birth pregnancy rates are way above the Greek national average: 68% baby take-home rate after an exclusive egg donation treatment.
What tests do we need done?
Both you and your partner need to be tested for HIV, Hepatitis B&C, Syphilis, CMV and blood group. In case of very poor sperm quality, the male partner may need Cystic Fibrosis screening. We accept prior test results if they have been completed within a year.
Can I fly back home straight after treatment?
After the treatment is completed you can fly back home immediately. Travelling won´t have any adverse effect on the embryo transfer nor the ensuing pregnancy.
What does an egg donation treatment cost?
Prior to starting the treatment, you will be given a complete personalised price quotation. Please send us your medical report and you will receive a quotation.
 
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