International reproductive tourism is a type of medical tourism that allows people to cross borders in the pursuit of an IVF treatment abroad.
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The sperm donation process can be done at a fertility clinic or sperm bank. It can be used for IUI, or at-home artificial insemination or, less commonly, IVF.
How many embryos should be transferred? This is a frequently asked question among patients undergoing an IVF cycle. Increasing the pregnancy success rate without rising the risk of multiple births is the ultimate goal.
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) consists in separating a cell from the embryo—which continues its development without this cell— in order to analyze the genetic information of such cell, since it is the same as the rest of the embryo. The purpose is to check whether there is any genetic abnormality before carrying out the embryo transfer into the woman’s womb.
Russian regulations governing assisted reproduction are among the most permissive of all European countries. Besides, egg donation prices are cost-affordable, which makes Russia a popular destination for fertility tourism.
Necrospermia is a male fertility problem characterized by the presence of dead sperm in the ejaculate. Necrospermic men, however, are able to have biological offspring thanks to assisted reproductive technologies.
US legislation allows both conventional IVF and ICSi using donor eggs. Moreover, PGD and surrogacy are addressed as additional techniques in the regulations governing this field in the majority of U. S. states.
Egg and sperm donation allows many people and couples to be on parenthood. In the United States, gamete donation is allowed either with an anonymous donor or, conversely, with a known one. Besides, it is aimed at all kinds of people and couples, and both for AI or IVF.
Cryptozoospermia or cryptospermia is a sperm pathology that may lead to male infertility and is characterized by a low sperm quantity. Actually, it causes the same symptoms as oligozoospermia, but more severely.
FIV Marbella, located in Málaga, Spain, poses a new concept of assisted reproduction clinic because of its unique facilities as well as its cutting-edge technology. Assisted reproductive technologies such as AI, IVF, and ICSI, among others, are implemented here.