In Cyprus, the cost of artificial insemination by donor is around €1,500. The fact that this fertility treatment is less complex makes it cheaper than IVF.
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As artificial insemination is a simple process, its cost is not too high. The overall price can be slightly increased if donor sperm is required.
Artificial insemination by donor is an allowed fertility treatment in Cyprus. For it to be carried out, the following requirements should be met: high sperm count, a good ovarian reserve, and tubal patency.
Artificial insemination by donor is an assisted reproduction technique allowed in Russia. Only heterosexual couples and single women have access to it.
Artificial insemination by donor is a low-complexity fertility treatment especially indicated for single mothers, heterosexual couples in which there exist a severe male factor, and same-sex female couples.
Egg vitrification and freezing is an assisted reproductive technology (ART) that allows the preservation of female fertility in order to have the chance of being a mother in the future when the woman is ready to do so.
Success rates of fertility treatments increase when donor eggs and sperm are used. Within the US, such rates are generally high.
To set out minimum guarantees for success after an in vitro fertilisation treatment, there are a series or minimal requirements that any couple must meet. However, these requirements are not as demanding as those of artificial insemination.
The hCG hormone (human chorionic gonadotropin) is found naturally in women, although it is also used for ovulation induction in assisted reproductive treatments.
Gonadotropins are hormones secreted by the pituitary gland after the stimulation of GnRH pulses. Gonadotropins are produced by men and women and they regulate the reproductive cycle in both cases, although they do not have the same levels of gonadotropins and the actions regulated are different in each case. There are three types of gonadotropic hormones: FSH, LH, and hCG.