By double-donor IVF we mean the use of both donor eggs and donor sperm for a single fertility cycle. Thus, intended parents will not share the genetic code of their child.
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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.
Egg donation in Croatia is governed by the Medically Assisted Procreation Act No. 86/12. According to it, only heterosexual couples who are unable to use the woman’s own eggs can use donor oocytes.
Egg or ovum donation is an allowed treatment in Denmark, but only for heterosexual couples. It must stand for an altruistic act, and donors can remain anonymous or not.
In Greece, double-donor IVF is governed by the same policies regulating IVF with donor eggs or donor sperm. Donors must remain anonymous, and act altruistically.
In Greece, egg donation must be carried out anonymously, and in an altruistic manner. Greek regulations on medically assisted reproduction limits the age of the recipient to 50 years old.
In Ukraine, egg donation must be an anonymous process, except for those cases in which the donor is a relative or female acquaintance of the couple who is about to undergo IVF using donor eggs in order to achieve parenthood.
In the Czech Republic, egg donation is an anonymous, voluntary, and altruistic act.
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.
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.