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.
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.
Since egg donors in Spain must remain anonymous, the task of recruiting and selecting them is in the hands of the medical staff at the fertility clinic or egg bank.
Engaging into a sperm donation programs to undergo an IVF cycle is advisable in cases where there is poor-quality sperm, genetically altered sperm or in case there is no male partner.
There is no set of mandatory rules concerning sperm and egg donation at national level in the USA. Conversely, regulations vary from state to state. However, the majority follows the guidelines established by the ASRM (America Society for Reproductive Medicine).
Staying healthy during pregnancy is vitally important. Pregnancy may have an impact on the mother’s health status; therefore, healthy living habits will benefit both the mother and the baby-to-be.
Having a baby if you are HIV-positive is possible, with no risk of transmitting the desease. If the man is affected, a sperm washing will be carried out; in the case of the woman, a medication during the pregnancy and a cesarean labour will be necessary.
In the process of ovarian donation, is necessary to conduct a series of tests to assure the proper health conditions of the donor.
A seminal lavage gives couples where the man is HIV-positive the chance to have offspring without risk of passing the infection to them.
ICSI is an assisted reproductive technique indicated in multiple cases to overcome infertility problems. This technique’s efficiency has been proved even in most severe infertility cases in which pregnancy has finally occurred.