In vitro fertilisation (IVF) using your own eggs and sperm from a donor is an assisted reproduction technique carried out in the laboratory that involves selecting the eggs retrieved from your ovaries that are in the most optimum conditions and fertilising them...
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) using your own eggs and your partner's sperm is an assisted reproduction technique carried out in the laboratory that involves fertilising the eggs retrieved from your ovaries with sperm from your partner. Once the embryo has been obtained, it will be inserted in your uterus...
“There are people who fulfill the dream of becoming parents with assistance and others who achieve it unaided. And it is inherently normal”
Nuria and Ricard eagerly face the final stretch of a road that has not been easy. After years of unsuccessful attempts, they decided to resort to assisted reproduction to realize their project of becoming parents
Here is an explanation of how this consolidated assisted reproductive technology works and the cases in which it is considered the most suitable option
Last July marked the 35th birthday of Louise Brown, the first person born as the result of In vitro fertilisation. After more than three decades of development, the technique, popularly known as IVF, is now a full consolidated assisted reproductive technique thanks to which more than five million women from all over the world have fulfilled their dream of being mothers.
Despite what some international media suggest, the crisis has not led to an increase in egg donations An article published in the weekly German news magazine “Der Spiegel” which describes the experiences of egg donors has caused surprise in the assisted reproductive technology sector in Spain. Although the situation described by the publication does not reflect the true situation but only a few exceptional cases, experts from Eugin Clinic have expressed their concern in this respect.