Donor Sperms at Indo Nippon IVF
Donor Sperms are needed in cases where the male partner does not produce any sperms. Donor sperm can be equally helpful in both intrauterine insemination (IUI) or for in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. The sperms come from an anonymous donor through a sperm bank.
Donor insemination can further be quoted as a procedure to inseminate already frozen sperm that has been thawed, washed, and deposited into a woman’s uterus at the time of ovulation. While the donor sperm can be utilized within a “natural cycle” with IUI during which the female partner generally releases one egg each month. On the other hand, it can also be used in combination with few fertility medications that stimulate the ovaries in order to develop more eggs and further prompt ovulation. When it comes to In vitro fertilization (IVF), it necessitates the sperm to be used to fertilize the harvested eggs during the egg retrieval procedure.
When do you require a Sperm Donor?
- In case of a Single Woman
- Couples where the Male partner does not produce any sperms
- In case of Same Sex couples (female)
Things to take care of while using an Anonymous Sperm Donor
The Anonymous donors work through the Sperm Banks, they are already pre- screened for all possible transmissible infections and genetic diseases. They have to pass through extensive medical tests. Some phenotypic characters and medical reports are shared with the recipients.
Why choose Indo Nippon IVF?
At Indo Nippon IVF, we have an experience of more than 25 years, providing a complete and supportive Sperm freezing, donor program to facilitate anyone who is looking for a sperm donor in order to complete their dream of having a child. We do our best to identify and select the best possible match for your needs.
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Donor Egg IVF
Donor Egg IVF is often suggested for patients with lower egg quality and/or quantity and comes over as a big ray of hope.
There is a in cases where the male partner does not produce any sperms. Donor sperm can be equally helpful in both
Gestational surrogacy is a Surrogacy arrangement where the mother isn’t biologically related to the child she is bearing.