Tag: egg donation in russia

Choosing an egg donor in Russia

Recruiting an anonymous egg donor

In Russia, both anonymous and non-anonymous egg donation are allowed. Thus, the donor can be selected by the staff of the fertility clinic in the former case, or by the intended parents in the latter.

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Double-donor IVF in Russia

Sperm donor and egg donor

Double-donor IVF is a fertility treatment that becomes necessary when reproductive success cannot be achieved using the gametes of the intended parents. Success rates of double donations are usually high.

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Next Generation Clinic

Next Generation Clinic building

Next Generation Clinic (NGC) is one of the leading infertility treatment clinics in Russia. Our embryology and genetic laboratories are the most advanced and high-tech, not just only for equipment, but for our clever physicians, geneticists, and embryologists. Next Generation Clinic is located in Saint Petersburg, which is the most popular tourist destination in Russia, […]

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Regulations governing egg and sperm donation in Russia

Egg and sperm donation in Russia

Russian law allows assisted reproduction treatment with donor eggs or donor sperm. Donor can remain anonymous, in which case identifiable information is not revealed to recipients. It can also be a friend or relative of the patients in case non-anonymous donor conception is the chosen type.

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Donor-sperm IVF in Russia

Embryonic development

Sperm donation is allowed in Russia, which means that undergoing an IVF cycle using donor sperm is allowed when patients are single women or a heterosexual couple.

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Egg donation in Russia

Egg donation in Russia

In Russia, egg donation can be done with either altruistic or commercial purposes, and donors can be anonymous or known. Since 2011, the legal framework of egg donation across Russia is regulated by the Federal Law on public health protection.

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Donor-egg IVF in Russia

Becoming a mother via egg donation

Russia is one of the countries where laws on assisted reproduction address a wide range of fertility treatments, including IVF with donor eggs. Donors can be anonymous or, if requested by the recipient woman, known, in which case it can be either a friend or a relative, provided that the requirements to be an egg donor are met.

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