IVF with donor eggs and sperm from the couple is a laboratory technique that involves fertilizing eggs from a donor with your partner’s sperm.
How does it work?
A-Preparation of endometrium
To promote the implementation of the pre-embryo.
The selected day of fertilization of frozen sperm of your partner shows.
With a microscopic needle sperm is inserted into the egg.
In the laboratory, after 1 or 2 days, the fertilized eggs become pre-embryos.
1 or 2 are selected pre-embryos are placed in a fine catheter and introduced into the uterus.
Treatment is confirmed and now you can start the same day.
Your partner has to leave a semen sample for analysis that is viable and congelarlaTu couple has to leave a semen sample for analysis that is viable and freeze.
IVF with donor eggs and sperm from the couple is a laboratory technique that involves fertilize eggs from a donor sperm semen from your partner. Once fertilized, the egg becomes a pre-embryo and the uterus tranfieren previously prepared to continue its development.
The Spanish legislation provides that egg donation is anonymous (knowledge can not exist between donor and recipient or the present or the future) and voluntary (marketing ova and embryos is prohibited by law in Spain. Donors must have between 18 and 35 and receive financial compensation for time and dedication for the donation.
This type of in vitro fertilization is recommended when you have problems in the ovaries and is necessary to resort to donor eggs. It may be that your ovaries do not produce eggs or eggs that have inadequate quality (See causes of female infertility). It also refers to this technique if you have a genetic disease or a chromosomal abnormality have any disease that contraindicated ovarian stimulation.
It is also advisable after several unsuccessful attempts to assisted fertilization with own eggs (See causes of female infertility). or if you have more than 43 years, since at this age pregnancy rates drop significantly, in the case of achieving a pregnancy, there is an increase in abortions and fetal chromosomal abnormalities.