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Medical requirements for reciprocal IVF
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Medical requirements for reciprocal IVF

When it comes to deciding who is going to be playing each role in a reciprocal IVF treatment, the medical requirements for each mother is to achieve a pregnancy.

As regards the woman who contributes the eggs, she should have a good ovarian reserve, without genetic alterations that might compromise embryo viability.

The birth mother should have a normal uterine cavity, free from potential diseases that could make an ongoing pregnancy impossible.

By (gynecologist), (gynaecologist), (gynecologist), (embryologist), (gynecologist) and (invitra staff).
Last Update: 08/24/2018