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For couples having difficulties with childbearing, finding an egg donor in Europe is often very problematic. In a number of countries (Canada, Great Britain, the Netherlands), donor anonymity is excluded, since according to the law, parents must provide full information about the donor at the first request of their child who has reached the age of 18 years. In Austria, Germany, Switzerland, egg donation is prohibited.
Couples experiencing problems with childbirth see a solution to their problem in using an egg donor and an IVF procedure, and the price is also important for them. The frozen donor egg cost in countries where commercial donation is allowed can vary from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. Non-profit donation does not imply payment of oocytes directly, but does not eliminate the need to pay for their transportation, embryo creation and transfer services, and other related procedures.
Spain annually attracts tens of thousands of reproductive tourists from around the world. And there are many reasons for this: Spanish legislation is loyal to egg and IVF donors, thanks to the anonymity of donation, women are more willing to help childless couples who want to become parents. At the same time, the right to reproductive services is equally provided to heterosexual and homosexual couples. The level of reproductive medicine in the country is approaching the US world leader, and the prices for medical services are significantly lower.
Georgia is one of the most popular reproductive tourism destinations. An egg donor in Georgia receives a high fee for her services, is protected by law, and undergoes a comprehensive medical examination. Strict requirements are imposed on donors: those who have bad habits will be screened out by specialized tests that reveal traces of alcohol, nicotine and drugs. It is desirable that the candidate has her own healthy children - this is additional evidence of a woman's suitability for the responsible role of an egg donor.
Feskov Human Reproduction Group team will take part in an international event - Désir d’Enfant.
Modern reproductive technologies make it possible to have a child when a woman really wants it, even if there is no man in her life. In these days, more and more stories can be heard, when a child is born using IVF and donor sperm, and then is brought up in women's society.
We also want to tell you three such stories where there are no men but there are women who wanted to become mothers and fulfilled their desires..
Most recently, the HIV diagnosis sounded like a sentence. But today, with the advent of sufficiently effective antiretroviral therapy, in most cases it is possible to convert HIV into the category of chronic diseases that can be controlled. Now people with HIV can live a fairly full life, make plans for the future and even plan the birth of their own child. There are still obstacles on the way to the realization of the dream of procreation, but they can be overcome. If you follow certain rules, the HIV diagnosis does not prevent from giving birth to a healthy child.
Many family couples want to have twins since birth of a child is always happiness, so birth of twins is doubled happiness! They dream about large family, confident that it will be easier to raise the two at once, and that, in this case, the children will have more fun and frolic. But the probability of multifetal pregnancy and birth of twins is much lower than that of birth of single baby.
Extracorporeal fertilization (in vitro fertilization) is a common variant of assisted reproductive technologies. The treatment allows couples having difficulties with the conception to have a native child. The difference between the IVF and other methods of artificial insemination is that the ootid with the spermatozoon it transferred outside the human body; the process of ovum fertilization is carried out in the laboratory. Only after being impregnated, it is placed in the uterus of the future mother for gestation.
Egg donation information and facts. What are disadvantages of egg donation? How the procedure is performed? What’s necessary to become an egg donor? Real consequences of egg donation and how to avoid them.
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