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Apr 12

Egg Donation | Sperm Bank, Greece at Low Cost

There are many things that may cause ones ovaries to lose the ability to produce oocytes that are needed for conception to be possible. This may be due to previous surgeries, diseases that are hereditary as well as age. When this is true, following the set legislation, one can be able to use the oocyte donation (Εgg donation) program thus solving the problem once and for all.

Εgg donation, greece is an anonymous procedure at low cost. The donor gives an oocyte to the couple which needs it. After this IVF process, the resulted embryos are transferred to the patient and hopefully a gestation is developed. When the child is born, the baby will be registered as an offspring of the receiving couple as any other birth. In most cases, the success rate is more than 50%. In some cases and very frequently too, both partners may lack the reproductive cells. If this is the case, embryo donation becomes necessary. The embryos may be gotten from couples who had gone through the IVF cycles and who have donated part of the embryos resulting to different donation cycles.

SPERM BANKING

This can be defined as a specialized way of cryogenic and cryopreservation storage of the sperm so as to be used in a future date within the span of reproductive medicine.

DONATION OF OOCYTE

One of the methods that one can be able to pay for the ICSI and the IVF treatment is by going through the program of egg sharing which is compensated. Basically, this is to mean that if you want to share the eggs that you have with a person requesting donation, the amount you pay for treatment will be reduced by a great extent. In such a case, everything is clearly explained whereby you have to sign a form for the sake of consent. For the people using the eggs that you donate, they remain anonymous and no information is given about her and outcome will never be disclosed.

The donations of eggs give women a chance to conceive if they are unable to have their own genetic children. This may be due to the eggs not being in a position to result in a pregnancy which is viable. In some cases, this may be due to the age of the women but not always. Also, menopause may come as early as a woman’s 20’s thus such a woman may need to rely on donation so as to be able to have a family. There are women who come to this world without ovaries or even other organs necessary for reproduction. In some cases, the reproductive organs are removed surgically or get damaged on the onset of disease. There are also many other genetic disorders which one can circumvent with the use of eggs donated by another woman. There are many women who have one of the above issues but are still unable to use the eggs they produce. When a couple or patient makes a request for donation, there is the egg donation procedure to be followed by those in the UK. You can gain access to screening, ultra sound as well as examination done physically. Such recipients need to get counseling so as to get to know the implications that may come with the use of such eggs.

Program for egg sharing

 

One of the methods that one can be able to pay for the ICSI and the IVF treatment is by going through the program of egg sharing which is compensated. Basically, this is to mean that if you want to share the eggs that you have with a person requesting donation, the money you may for treatment will be reduced by a great extent. In such a case, everything is clearly explained whereby you have to sign a form for the sake of consent. For the people using the eggs that you donate, they remain anonymous and no information is given about her and none is given about you either. The treatment outcome will never be disclosed.

Participation in this kind of program requires that 6 or even more eggs should be produced. These eggs are shared with the recipient under equal basis. If the eggs produced are an odd number, the extra egg will belong to you but when less than six are produced, they will be yours and the treatment will go on.

Are you a candidate who is suitable?
Is your age below 36 years?Are you fit on a general perspective and very well without family of personal history of congenital or inherited abnormalities?

If the answer to the questions posed above is yes, you may be considered for such a program. You will have to go on a consultation phase with a doctor. If you have unsuccessful treatment for infertility of two or more cycles, have FSH which is elevated or with a syndrome called polycystic ovarian, acceptance may be declined. It may be necessary to get in touch with your GP if you permit it so as to evaluate the medical history of your family.

Candidates for the program of oocyte 

You may consider going through the donation program if you are unable to produce eggs for yourself. Also, it may be a good idea if you have a disorder which may be genetic. Also, if the ovaries respond poorly to the ovulation induction at a past time one may consider entering the program. Lack of ovaries when one is born, menopause that is pre-mature, ovarian surgery as well as chemotherapy in the past are major contributors of persons entering into this program. To be considered for this program, a uterus has to be present and its shape should be normal.
Selecting the egg donors

The donors have to be 21 years of age and not older than 30. They also need to be screened so as to make sure that they are in good reproductive health, have psychological stability and a clear genetic history. Screening for STIs, fibrosis mutations as well as hepatitis C and B is required.

Egg donation is somewhat a lot more complicated than sperm donations although they are similar in principle.The process involves steps that are required for purposes of vitro fertilization. Hormone injections are given daily and ultrasounds and blood examination is quite frequent.

Recruited donors who are anonymous

The donor of an egg will not be given information of the recipient nor will they know of the success of the donation.

Screening for the recipients

Consultation: this is done by a doctor where the donation is discussed together with your partner. Medical records should be available by first timers.

The physical exam: for person of 40 or above, physical exam is needed so as to ensure you are in good health. Heart disease and diabetes is tested.

Transfer of embryo: The procedure is similar to a Pap smear examination. A catheter which is small will be placed through the cervix and into the uterus and the embryo is then passed using some pressure. You will then have to rest before you head out. At home, you need a bed rest of some 48 hours. Avoid strenuous activities after this period has elapsed.

Follow-up: when the embryo is transferred, one remains on progesterone and estrogens so as to be able to sustain the embryo in its early stages. If the pregnancy is not successful, the medications will be discontinued. If you receive your period, you shouldn’t lose hope as this may not mean that you are not pregnant. A blood test will be required so as to actually show that you are not pregnant. It is always great discovery when one realizes that their pregnancy was actually successful.

Our Prices

In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) Cycle with own gametes from 1300€

Gametes Donation from 2600€

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