Since egg donors in Spain must remain anonymous, the task of recruiting and selecting them is in the hands of the medical staff at the fertility clinic or egg bank.
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Embryo donation and adoption is the transfer to a recipient woman of the unused embryos of a couple who have decided to donate them for reproductive purposes after their IVF cycle.
How is sperm donation regulated in Spain? Which requirements must the donor meet? Is the number of donations per donor limited?
Double-donor IVF is a fertility treatment that aims at obtaining both donor eggs and sperm from an anonymous donor in order to be later fertilized in the laboratory and this way obtain viable embryos to achieve pregnancy.
Which aspects should be kept in mind when undergoing a fertility treatment with donor eggs in Spain?
Artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization are the fertility treatments that, in combination with donor conception, bring parenthood closer to many people who is unable do so in a natural way.
A great number of patients from foreign countries travel to Spain attracted by its comprehensive, flexible legal framework on assisted reproductive technology, specially concerning gamete donation.
Sperm donation is an altruistic act in which young men over 18 years old decide to donate their sperm to a fertility clinic. There, it will be used in fertility treatments for persons who have childbearing problems.
Artificial insemination by donor stands for a low-complexity technique, which translates into a lower overall cost if compared to donor-sperm IVF. In Spain, the price of this technique ranges from €800 to €1,500.