If the future mother’s eggs are of a poor quality, donor oocytes are used to create embryos through the IVF procedure. The key aspect of this programme is that embryos are repeatedly transferred to a surrogate uterus until pregnancy actually occurs.
Who can use this service?
- Women with genetic diseases
- Women with polycystic ovary syndrome
- Women with early menopause
- Women with early ovarian insufficiency
- Women with eggs of inadequate quality
- Women with low ovarian reserve
- When there are problems with the uterus
- When surgical access to ovaries is difficult
- When hormonal treatment and other reproductive methods have been unsuccessful
Requirements for male biomaterial for acceptance in the guarantee programme:
- Amount of sperm: 2-3 batches
- Number of sperm cells: no less than 5 million/ml
- Not less 3% of morphologically normal sperm cells
- General motility of sperm cells: not less 5%
- DNA Fragmentation and Oxidative Stress Test results are within the normal range
- Satisfactory karyotype test result.
Sperm cells after TESA are not acceptable