In Greece, fertility clinics are responsible for selecting sperm donors. Patients cannot get involved in the recruitment process, as donor identity disclosure is forbidden.
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Egg donors must remain anonymous according to Greek regulations, so it will be the fertility clinic who is responsable for matching a donor to each recipient.
Greek Law on medically assisted reproduction allows egg donation, and surrogacy. It is one of the most permissive laws within Europe, something that promotes fertility tourism.
The well-developed Law on medically assisted reproduction, along with the affordable prices of fertility treatments make many people choose Greece as their destination when pursuing a solution to have a baby.
Given that intrauterine insemination by donor is a simple process at the technical level, its price is lower than that of donor-sperm in vitro fertilization.
Greek regulations allow the use of egg donation and/or sperm donation for an artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization procedure, as well as for surrogacy,
Using donor sperm for in vitro fertilization does not translate into a significant price increase if compared to the basic cost of IVF. Greek law establishes a limit on what the amount donors can be given as a compensation must be.
Greek laws on assisted reproduction allow using donor eggs and sperm in an altruistic, completely anonymous manner. Besides, it limits to 10 the number of children a single donor may give rise to and forbids the use of fresh donor sperm.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) stands for a simple, painless procedure in which a gynecologists places the semen sample inside the female’s uterine fundus, pending fertilization and subsequent implantation by the embryo.
Sperm donation in the Hellenic Republic must be an altruistic and anonymous procedure. Donors cannot be over 40 years old or having given rise to more than 10 children from different families.