Embryo adoption is an affordable reproductive choice that allows many people achieve parenthood in spite of poor egg and/or sperm quality or no gamete production at all.
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While undergoing an assisted reproductive treatment, many embryos that can be transferred later are produced. According to the Spanish reproduction law, patients have to decide what to do with their unused embryos.
Embryo thawing is a reliable technique which allow embryos to be retrieved in the same stage as they were vitrified, regardless of how much time has passed.
Vitrification is a procedure whereby embryo vitality is preseved without a time limit, the survival rate is close to 100%.
Currently, there is no clear evidence to recommend a specific protocol for endometrial preparation after embryo transfer, since many different factors which vary on each woman take part in the process.
There are some risk factors that should be taken into account in order to prevent the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). The most recommendable way is to visit the gynaecologist so that the ovulation induction process can be monitored on a regular basis.