August 13, 2018 - Nephromed - Top Centre for Dialysis | IVF | Chemotherapy Treatments

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August 13, 2018

Evaluation Of The Egg Donor All donors, both anonymous and known, should be screened according to the most recent guidelines recommended by the ASRM. Donors should have attained their state’s age of legal majority and preferably should be between the ages of 21 and 34. The rationale for the lower age limit is to ensure...
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Evaluation Of The Recipient Couple Evaluation of the recipient couple is similar to that of couples undergoing routine IVF. The physician should obtain a comprehensive medical history from both partners. In addition, the female assessment will include a comprehensive gynecologic history and complete physical exam. From a laboratory perspective, the female should have an assessment...
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Preparation Of The Donor For Egg Retrieval In order to retrieve multiple eggs from the donor’s ovaries, the donor must be given a combination of hormonal medications to stimulate the development of multiple eggs within the ovary. This technique is called ovulation induction. The medications may include a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (GnRH-a) or gonadotropin-releasing hormone...
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Preparation Of The Recipient For Embryo Transfer In order for embryos to implant into the recipient’s uterus, the endometrium (uterine lining) must be prepared and synchronized with the donor reproductive cycle. Numerous methods of endometrial preparation have been described; however, the principle of hormonal preparation is similar. Women who have ovarian function are given a...
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Selection Of Sperm Donors Sperm donors should be of legal age and ideally less than 40 years of age to minimize the potential hazards of aging. Traditionally, donors have been anonymous; however, the donor also may be known or directed to the couple or single woman. The ASRM believes it is important that both anonymous...
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