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Law in the UK
Pregnancy with donor eggs
Egg donation & surrogacy
Becoming an egg donor
What is it?
Becoming a sperm donor
Definition and options
In vitro fertilization
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis
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Choosing an egg donor in the USA
Within the US, intended parents are allowed to choose who they want to be their egg donor either after meeting her in person or basing their decision on an egg donor database where the features of each candidate...
Infertility due to STDs
Sexually transmitted diseases can cause infertility. STDs can affect the female and male reproductive tracts and semen quality and quantity.
Testicular orchiditis is the name that an inflammation in the male gonads receives, be it in the vasa deferentia, epididymis, blood vessels or the testicle itself.
What is sperm donation?
Sperm donation is an assisted reproduction procedure wherein a young male decides to donate his spermatozoids so that people with fertility problems can have children.
How to treat ovarian enlargement
There are several home remedies to help reduce ovarian enlargement. However, some of them are not recommended during pregnancy.
Indications for artificial insemination
Artificial insemination is recommended in couples suffering from mild infertility problems or in cases where a cause for infertility is found, while artificial insemination by donor is indicated for single women,...
Indications for AID
Artificial insemination by donor is used in cases of severe male infertility, to help prevent spreading diseases, and also among single or lesbian women desiring to be on motherhood.
Artificial Insemination by Donor (AID)
Artificial insemination by donor is used in cases of severe male infertility, or to prevent hereditary genetic diseases or sexually transmitted infections (STI).
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