When the couple does not have the ability to take embryos with their own resources, the infertility can be overcome only by donor genital cells – sperm or eggs. When the potential mother’s egg does not allow the fertilization, it can be replaced with a donor’s egg.

The first child in the world was born in 1982 in Monash IVF, Australia, as a result of an egg donor program. Originally the recipients of the egg were the women with early syndrome syndrome, and the use of this program has recently expanded and covered as postcasts (post-surgical or chemotherapy) condition. Poor responder (poor response to stimulation), ie every woman whose ovaries do not ripen Oococytes are not allowed to develop healthy embryos. Pregnancy With the help of an egg donor, these patients are the only solution.

The egg donor can become a woman between the ages of 21 and 35. Studies have to prove that it is quite healthy as reproductive and psychological as well. The donor’s eggs are fertilized by an introductory method.

Medicinal stimulation is performed by a donor woman and is prepared for the hollow implantation of the mother-recipital cervix. Oococytes derived from a donor woman in the ventricular conditions are complemented by partner sperm, and embedded embryos in the recipient’s womb.

Some of the malnourished men have reproductive pathology and sometimes even supportive reproductive technologies can not solve their problem – giving genetic offspring. One of the eight childless couples needs medical use sperm donor.

Donor sperm also have women who do not have partners, but want to have a child.

The risks associated with pregnancy and the health of the fetus as a result of donor and sperm donation are the same as during normal pregnancy in pregnant women.
Surrogate mothers help the child to become infertile. They do not have any connection with the child genetics. Surrogate mother’s help is needed when:

  • A woman does not have a womb (congenital manic after operating interference);
  • Her condition is incompatible with pregnancy;
  • It is difficult to get pregnant (mimic, adrenal mucosal, uterine patients with habitual abortion).
  • The general condition of women’s health is problematic;
  • The woman does not have the means of getting pregnant (severe diabetes mellitus, epilepsy, autoimmune disease, kidney failure, etc.).

With the surrogacy program, medication stimulation is carried out by the biological mother, her egg is fertilized by sperm soda and the embryos obtained in the womb of the surrogate mother. Pregnancy naturally lasts. The birth child is genetically the child of his own parents. The issue of artificial insemination is especially difficult and tedious in the field of Bio Medical Ethics. Surrogacy, as one of the forms of family planning, is permitted by the Georgian legislation (the law adopted in 1997).

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