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For embryo adoption, where do embryos come from?

By Dr. María Arqué.
Last Update: 05/25/2020

Embryos for embryo adoption come from other couples who have already completed their reproductive project and who have donated their surplus embryos so that other couples can have children.

These embryos may come from donor eggs or from the woman's own eggs, in which case she must have been under 35 years old when the ovarian puncture was performed. The sperm can come from the man himself or from a sperm donor.

Moreover, as per Law requirements, the parents of the donated embryos must not have any known infectious or genetic disease.

Suggested for you: What is Embryo Donation & Adoption?.

Dr. María Arqué
Dr. María Arqué
Medical Director at Fertty International
Doctorate in Reproductive Medicine at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. María Arqué has many years of experience as a Reproductive Medicine and Gynecologist Consultant and currently works as Medical Director at Fertty International.
Licence number: 080845753
Medical Director at Fertty International. Doctorate in Reproductive Medicine at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. María Arqué has many years of experience as a Reproductive Medicine and Gynecologist Consultant and currently works as Medical Director at Fertty International. Licence number: 080845753.
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