Infertility in the couple is diagnosed after a year trying to conceive without success. It can be male or female infertility, or a combination of both.
In which cases is donor-sperm IVF indicated? What is involved in the sperm donation process in accordance to the Spanish Law on Assisted Human Reproduction Techniques?
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.
Cryptozoospermia or cryptospermia is a sperm pathology that may lead to male infertility and is characterized by a low sperm quantity. Actually, it causes the same symptoms as oligozoospermia, but more severely.
The Spanish Society of Clinical Biochemistry and Mollecular Pathology warns of the decrease in seminal quality provoked by several factors. That’ss why the spermiogram is a key test in the fertility studies of the couples that have troubles achieving pregnancy.
Oligozoospermia is a male infertility alteration due to spermatic factor. There’s a low quantity of spermatozoa in sperm.
In order to know whether a man is fertile or not, there are several parameters that must be taken into account and can guide us when it comes to establish it.
It’s produced when men manifest several sperm alterations, such as oligooospermia or low quantity of sperms and astenozoospermia, which means that only a few sperms show normal motility.
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) with a double donation means eggs and sperm donation for an IVF treatment. The process is exactly the same than a traditional IVF.