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In all the cases above, oocyte donation increases the chances of a successful result.
All the couples that are interested in oocyte donation are informed about:
A sperm sample is received from the husband/male partner in the lab, which is analysed for the fertilisation of the donor’s oocytes. In cases of couples that live outside Athens or abroad there is the option of cryopreserving the sperm sample. The embryos are either transferred fresh to the recipient, if the endometrium is suitably prepared, or are cryopreserved and transferred when the recipient completes the therapy for the endometrium preparation.
All the candidates for donating oocytes are checked for:
The medical and genetic testing of the donor is performed before the procedure, that includes: vaginal ultrasound to check the ovaries, PAP (smear) test, blood test for HIVI and II, hepatitis B and C, cardiogram, blood test and Rhesus, cystic fibrosis, thalassemia, hormonal analysis.