Other couples or mothers may be your most feasible option to have your baby
What is it?
Treatment consisting of a transfer of embryos previously frozen and from couples who, having achieved pregnancy by in vitro fertilization (IVF), donate the remaining embryos to other couples or women who may need them. To donate embryos it is necessary that the parents meet the same requirements and pass the same controls that the law requires to be an ovum or sperm donor.
First free appointment
Our first consultation will be free so that we can make a prior recognition of the situation and find the most appropriate alternative to your case.
Choose your gynecologist and nurse
In our center your gynecologist and your nurse will continuously monitor the evolution of the process to ensure that they have the maximum knowledge of your case.
Our philosophy is based on mutual trust and therefore we guarantee that the price of the treatment will always be the same from beginning to end.
Without a waiting list
If you contact us we will give you a date immediately so you can start your treatment as soon as possible.
STEPS TO FOLLOW
Endometrial preparation. Preparation of the endometrium to implant the embryo.
IVF Laboratory. Selected embryos thawing.
Embryo transfer to the maternal uterus.*
* Embryo culture with Embryoscope+.
- All medical visits/consulations and ecographies are included
- Endometrial preparation
- Embryo bank (D+5 blastocysts)
- Embryo thawing
- IVF Lab fee Operating room fee (embryo transfer)
- β-HCG determination
- Geneting screening tests
% cumulative birth rate per cycle
IVF own eggs
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It allows to live the experience of pregnancy and childbirth, a fact that is not given by the adoption of children.
Its economic cost, much lower than that of a cycle of double donation of ovules and sperm.
In Fertilab we have a large bank of embryos of different blood groups and phenotypic characteristics, which allows us to choose and assign those that are more similar to the couple or recipient woman.
When is it indicated?
- When we can not use the ovules and sperm to perform in vitro fertilization (IVF), because these do not occur (early menopause, failed hidden ovarian secretory and azoospermia) or because there may be risk of transmission of genetic diseases that can not be identified or eradicate through preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) or prenatal and, therefore, it would be necessary to resort to the double donation of ovules and sperm.
- Couples and women with long-term infertility who decide to bet on a simpler and cheaper solution, after not achieving success in previous assisted reproduction treatments.
- Patients with repeat abortions without apparent and treatable cause.