The Spanish law on Human Assisted Reproduction Techniques limits the number of embryos to transfer to three.
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Spanish regulations governing assisted human reproduction allows the use of donor eggs for both conventional in vitro fertilization or ICSI.
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.
Artificial insemination by donor is a low-complexity fertility treatment especially indicated for single mothers, heterosexual couples in which there exist a severe male factor, and same-sex female couples.
GMER – Clínica Astarté is a fertility clinic devoted to help couples with some kind of fertility problem through assisted reproductive technologies. Today, most fertility problems can be solved, and having a baby is now possible with GMER. The clinic, located in Cádiz, Spain is found within the Clínica Astarté building. This fusion has given […]