Infertility can be addressed through assisted reproductive technology. The most common treatments are artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization.
Tag: male infertility
In Croatia, embryo adoption is an alternative to egg donation and/or sperm donation allowed only to heterosexual couples who cannot use their own gametes.
In the Czech Republic, couples with frozen unused embryos from previous IVF cycles can choose to donate them to another couple, so that they can achieve their dream of becoming parents.
Infertility has a higher incidence in men. In order to attempt to reduce this, a change in the lifestyle is recommended.
Embryo donation and adoption is a rather uncommon fertility treatment in Russia. It involves using the unused embryos remaining from the IVF cycle of another couple.
Embryo donation or adoption is a fertility treatment allowed in Greece. For some couples, embryo donation turns out to be the reproductive option the need to create a family.
Embryo adoption in Cyprus refers both to the use of spare embryos and the use of embryos that have been created from the fusion of donor eggs and sperm.
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.