aaaaaa What does egg donation abroad entail?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]For couples who have already been through an unsuccessful cycle of In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) using their own spermatozoa and oocytes (eggs), the next step may be to explore the option of using a donor. Donor laws vary from country to country, but in Spain the regulations mean that there is an ample supply of...

aaaaaa What’s different about trying to conceive in your 40s?

These days women are tending towards having children later in life than ever before. In the 20th century, economic and social changes and a shift in mindset mean that some do not start to consider starting a family until after their 40th birthday. It is more common than ever for women to have a child...

aaaaaa Age limit for egg donation in Spain

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With the strict anonymity laws surrounding sperm and egg donation (also known as oocyte donation) in Spain, people from all over the world travel to the country for infertility treatment. Anonymity is not guaranteed in countries such as Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and this has a knock-on effect on the availability of...

aaaaaa Woman, 18-25 years old, altruist, empathetic and caring… this is the egg donor profile

Donating eggs has become a most common practice for many Spanish women. They are women between 18- and 25 years old, altruist, empathetic and caring… this is the egg donor profile. To become a mother thanks to an egg donation raises a lot of concerns such as how are the woman who donate their eggs....

aaaaaa Egg Donation: Clara and Shelley, two stories, one dream

Let’s talk about Clara and Shelley. Their names are made up, but their stories are real and they reflect the experiences, from two very different perspectives, of hundreds of women who choose egg donation. Clara’s motivation was simple: she wanted to help another woman, so she decided to donate her eggs. We sometimes tend to...

aaaaaa Donor-recipient compatibility – what are the key issues?

Donated eggs are used in 35% of assisted reproduction treatments in IVI clinics. Sperm donation is often used in cases of male infertility or when there is no male partner. Our aim at IVI is to ensure that assisted reproduction treatments mirror natural reproduction as closely as possible. And that means that compatibility between donors...

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