In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the most commonly used fertility treatment. Thanks to it, couples suffering from infertility have the chance to become parents.
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The legal framework concerning assisted reproduction and gamete donation in Ukraine establishes that both donors and recipients must be anonymous persons.
Cyprus is a common European destination country for international patients whom need to use donor oocytes to become mothers/parents.
In Cyprus, egg donors must remain anonymous. Thus, fertility clinics should attempt to guarantee the confidentiality in the data provided by the donor.
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.
Within Cyprus, egg donation is permitted by law and regulated by Act 69 (I)/2015 on the Application of Medically Assisted Reproduction, issued in 2005.
Egg donation is one of the fertility treatments that are allowed in Greece. While donors can receive an economic compensation for any nuisance derived from this procedure, it must remain an altruistic process.
A new method may enable fertility patients to predict the chances for success with IVF. It is based on clinical data from previous IVF failure and is considered as a useful tool for predicting the chances for success with this fertility treatment.
What to do if you have not become pregnant after in vitro fertilisation (IVF)? It can be a very difficult situation. Therefore, you have to be mentally prepared to cope with any outcome you get after a pregnancy test.