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Ovodonation and female infertility

Ovodonation is an assisted reproduction technique that is necessary in certain cases of female infertility.

It involves receiving oocytes donated by a young woman when the patient's own oocytes cannot be used or when they have a very low success rate.

In oocyte donation, the donated oocytes are fertilised with the patient's own sperm (although donor sperm is also possible). After a period of embryo development, generally 5 days, the embryo is transferred to the patient with the aim of achieving gestation.

By (gynecologist) and (embryologist).
Last Update: 05/18/2021
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