Infertility can be addressed through assisted reproductive technology. The most common treatments are artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization.
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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.
In Ukraine, assisted conception is allowed as long as it is medically indicated. This country is one of the most visited ones for undergoing an egg donor cycle.
In Cyprus, patients aged 50 or less can use donor eggs in order for them to undergo IVF provided that they are unable to get pregnant with their own eggs.
In vitro fertilization using donor eggs can be performed conventionally or through ICSI. Recipients should prepare their endometrium for the transfer of the embryos created with donor eggs to be properly carried out.
IVF using donor eggs is a fertility treatment allowed in Denmark as long as it is the intended father the one contributing the male reproductive cells. Single women and lesbian couples cannot undergo this technique.
Russia is one of the countries where laws on assisted reproduction address a wide range of fertility treatments, including IVF with donor eggs. Donors can be anonymous or, if requested by the recipient woman, known, in which case it can be either a friend or a relative, provided that the requirements to be an egg donor are met.
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.
Embryo adoption is an affordable reproductive choice that allows many people achieve parenthood in spite of poor egg and/or sperm quality or no gamete production at all.