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Why do we ask this information?

In order to facilitate the integration of the baby in their family environment, we strive for maximum possible similarity between the physical features of the egg donor and the woman who will receive them as required by Law 14/2006 on Assisted Reproduction Techniques in Spain.

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Frequent questions

What is egg donation?+

What is egg donation?

It is a voluntary, solidarity and altruistic act whereby young women undergo an ovarian stimulation treatment, in order to donate eggs to women who need them to achieve their desired pregnancy.

What are the requirements to become a donor?+

What are the requirements to become a donor?

- You must be aged between 18 and 33.

- No personal or family history of serious hereditary diseases.

- No history of gynecological pathology.

- You must not be a carrier of sexually transmitted diseases.

What is the treatment?+

What is the treatment?

The aim is to make your ovaries produce more eggs and to then donate to women in need.

How long does the treatment last?+

How long does the treatment last?

The treatment begins with the period; it usually lasts between 8 and 12 days during which the donor will visit the clinic to control hormonal stimulation and ovarian response.

What steps do I have to follow?+

What steps do I have to follow?

The process begins with a first visit in which everything about donation will be explained and a basic health questionnaire.

The next visit will be a psychological interview, gynecological examination and blood tests to ensure good physical and psychological state of the donors

What risks does donation have?+

What risks does donation have?

The risks are minimal; the process is generally well tolerated and only exceptionally involves some risk such as ovarian Hyperstimulation syndrome, which consists of an exaggerated response to treatment.

The treatment is personalized and donor control is periodic minimizing any risk.

Do I have to be admitted for the operation?+

Do I have to be admitted for the operation?

The egg retrieval is performed in the operating room under sedation. It is a process that requires a stay in the clinic of 2-3 hours. After performing a gynecological assessment the patient can go home following specific recommendations.

How many times I can donate?+

How many times I can donate?

The number of cycles that can be done in the clinic depends on several factors.

According to the Assisted Reproduction Act in force in our country, the maximum number of children born to a single donor cannot exceed six.

Could I have children if I am a donor?+

Could I have children if I am a donor?

Yes, donating eggs does not mean that they will be used up or accelerate the loss of them.

In each normal cycle several eggs begin to grow but in the end only one will grow enough to reach ovulation. With treatment, we get a number of eggs to reach the right size to mature without affecting the total number of eggs that a woman has.

Is it confidential?+

Is it confidential?

The gamete bank, donor registers and the center’s activity are obligated to ensure the confidentiality of donor information.