In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with Donor Sperm

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with Donor Sperm is an assisted reproductive procedure in which donor sperm is used.

During the IVF process with Donor Sperm, the woman’s eggs are retrieved and fertilized in the laboratory with donated sperm. The resulting embryos are cultured in the laboratory for a few days before being transferred to the recipient woman’s uterus. This treatment offers an effective option for couples facing fertility difficulties related to male sperm and can help them achieve the desired pregnancy.

In Vitro Fertilization with Double Donation (Eggs + Sperm)

During IVF with Double Donation, donated eggs are fertilized in the laboratory with donated sperm to create embryos. These embryos are then transferred to the recipient woman’s uterus with the aim of achieving a pregnancy.

This treatment offers an effective option for couples or single individuals who wish to have a biological child but cannot use their own eggs or sperm due to fertility issues or the absence of a necessary biological component. It provides an opportunity to experience biological motherhood or fatherhood and can be a emotionally significant solution for those facing conception difficulties.

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