IVF with own eggs and sperm bank is a laboratory technique that is fertilize the eggs, previously extracted, with the sperm of an anonymous donor
The ovaries are stimulated with hormones to produce follicles.B- Control
Using ultrasound to control the size and number of follicles is appropriate.C- Extraction
The egg retrieval is done by suction.D- Fertilization
With a microscopic needle, one sperm is inserted into the egg.E- Incubation
In the laboratory, after 1 or 2 days, the fertilized eggs become pre-embryos.
F – Transfer
1 or 2 are selected pre-embryos are placed in a fine catheter and introduced into the uterus.
Treatment is confirmed and you can start the same day
The semen sample is collected from a donor who has undergone a comprehensive medical study The semen sample is collected from a donor who has undergone a comprehensive medical study.
IVF with own eggs and donor sperm is a laboratory technique that is fertilize the eggs, previously extracted, with the sperm of an anonymous donor. This sample has optimal conditions for sperm quality and quantity, as derived from a healthy donor. Once fertilized, the egg becomes a pre-embryo and transferred to the uterus to continue development.
This type of in vitro fertilization is used when you want to be a single mother, your partner is another woman or after several attempts at in vitro fertilization with sperm from the couple unsuccessfully and where we suspect that the origin of the failure can be male.
It is also used in cases of azoospermia (the man has no sperm in the ejaculate) or when semen has been used without success.
Or, more rarely, when the man has a chromosomal abnormality and, for ethical reasons, it is contemplated not undergo preimplantation genetic diagnosis (study of chromosomal characteristics of the embryo before it is implanted in the uterus).