An embryo –which results from joining an egg and a sperm– is adopted and transferred into the adopting patient’s uterus to achieve pregnancy. This allows patients to enjoy pregnancy, delivery and parenthood.
In most cases, embryos are produced by couples who have participated in assisted reproduction programmes with their own gametes or by double donation (eggs and sperm) and, having achieved to become parents, decide to donate their embryos, which remained frozen, to other couples.
It is a procedure whereby one or two embryos are taken from our embryo repository and inserted in the patient’s uterine cavity.
There is no waiting list for embryo adoption. Because embryos are cryopreserved, the procedure only requires preparing the adopting patient’s endometrial cavity and thawing and transferring the embryos on the same day.
Getting the mother’s uterus ready for treatment is a very simple procedure. It requires oral administration of tablets or transcutaneous administration of oestrogen (i.e. patches) until transference, and subsequent administration of vaginal progesterone. Normally, a single ultrasound scan is previously needed, which effectively reduces the number of visits and the cost of the procedure. The beginning of the hormone treatment is synchronized with the patient’s menstrual cycle (natural or artificial in case of lack of menstruation), and endometrial growth (i.e. the inner layer of the uterus, where embryos are implanted) is monitored by ultrasound to calculate a due date for embryo transfer.
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