The basis of the success of our treatments lies in the thorough evaluation of the recipient woman and her donor.
Female Recipient Evaluation:
Evaluate the patient's history, emphasizing chronic, hereditary diseases and previous Assisted Reproduction treatments. His personal history such as toxic habits (alcohol and smoking) must be considered for the success of the treatment.
It is recommended to carry out a detailed physical and gynecological examination, information on the uterus, cervix and ovaries should be collected.
Your doctor will indicate a trial transfer in consultation if you have not had previous treatments in order to assess accessibility to the uterine cavity.
Donors must be between the ages of 18-35, have signed an informed consent for the donation, which must be altruistic and anonymous. The choice of the same will be based on the genetic, psychological and infectious diseases point of view.
Ovarian stimulation protocol in the donor
It is carried out under the protocols established in the center and the idea is to achieve an optimal number of oocytes for the recipient. Visits will be scheduled at the center to monitor the evolution of the ovarian stimulation protocol and decide the date of the puncture. In this way we obtain the oocytes to be fertilized by the semen of the couple.
The techniques to be used by the laboratory will depend on the seminal quality and will be chosen between conventional IVF, ICSI or both.
Endometrial preparation of the Recipient patient:
It is essential for the success of the treatment and must maintain a correlation and synchronization with your donor. The endometrium must have an adequate size that can provide adequate receptivity and achieve correct implantation of the embryo.
Endometrial preparation can be performed in two ways:
In natural cycle if the patient has ovarian function, monitoring folliculogenesis.
Monitoring in both cases will be carried out with serial ultrasound controls, so the patient must go to the clinic when her doctor tells her to.
Today we have embryo banks in assisted reproduction units. Leftover embryos after a transfer can be preserved using a freezing technique called vitrification. These can be used immediately if pregnancy has not been achieved in the IVF cycle or later when the patient requires it.
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