Embryo Donation
Embryo donation is a form of third-party reproduction in which unused embryos remaining from one person/couple's in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment are donated to another person or couple. Success rates with embryo donation depend on the quality of the embryos at the time that they were frozen, the age of the woman who provided the eggs, and the number of embryos transferred.
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Remaining embryos from in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment can be donated or frozen. The duration of this operation is during the IVF process.
On the same day, the mother can resume activity after a short rest period after a puncture operation under mild anesthesia.
Blood drawing - mild discomfort and some risk of developing a bruise at the needle site. Fertility Drugs - moderate weight gain, mood changes, stomach pressure, headaches, allergic reaction, Ovarian Hyper-Stimulation Syndrome (OHSS) of the ovaries (5% chance in any cycle).
Before donating and receiving embryo, both the donor and recipient should be counseled by mental health professionals regarding the complexity of the decision to donate and receive embryos. The recipients are counseled about issues concerning nonbiologic parentage including disclosure (or nondisclosure) to the potential children. After donation, If you feel pain Over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen, will help. Most women feel back to normal by the next day.

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