What are the necessary tests on a first visit?
It depends on each school, but always requires the study of the male factor and normal ovulation and female factor.
There are two fundamental factors are: the age of the person undergoing treatment and the time it takes trying to achieve pregnancy.
Each patient is assigned a tutor gynecologist who will handle the entire process control assisted reproduction.
For assisted reproduction techniques frequently, Egg Donation and In Vitro Fertilization, it takes between 2-3 months for the preparation of the cycle and its completion.
In a first step, it takes between 1 or 2 pathology consultations to establish and perform all tests (serology, sperm, etc.). In the treatment phase if it is an IVF require about 5-6 visits to the Centre and in the case of oocyte donation only 2-3.
If in 12 months with regular intercourse without contraceptive measure was not achieved pregnancy, you should seek medical help. This period should be shortened to six months if the woman's age is above 35 years.
From thirty-five female fertility gradually decreases noticeably.
Each person, each treatment will require a different time in order to ensure the best outcome.
Yes, it only needs to be of age, in good health psychophysics and request informed consent, as in the case of heterosexual and homosexual couples.
Being in good general physical and gynecological particularly not be affected by any major illness that could be aggravated by pregnancy and not be carrying the fetus transmissible infectious diseases (syphilis, hepatitis B and C, AIDS).
Assisted reproduction techniques are annoying because they have associated ovarian stimulation with injectable hormones, usually either subcutaneously or intramuscularly.
The procedure is more discomfort does oocyte retrieval for in vitro fertilization, which is performed by transvaginal ultrasound guidance ovarian puncture and therefore is used to avoid mild sedation.
Spanish law permits only for therapeutic purposes.
Volunteers have to be between 18 and 35 years, well psychophysically, not suffering from the donor family or genetic diseases that can be transmitted to offspring, not get infections, have a semen quality levels 4.5 times normal to support adequately the process of freezing and thawing. Having a normal karyotype.
Yes Spanish law says that the data concerning the identity of the donors will be kept in key, in the utmost secrecy.
Yes, today it is possible to have a child after physiological menopause, or in cases in which there has been a menopause or premature ovarian failure. In Spain there is no legal maximum age limit for performing reproduction techniques assisted.
It depends on each case, but in general one can speak of a 60%
Every couple undergoing assisted reproduction treatment where indicated signs a consent to their remaining embryos if they exist. Many of these couples donate to other people in your situation.