In the current practice of in vitro fertilization (IVF), some patients can create more embryos (fertilized ovules) than they need. Additional embryos can be cryopreserved (frozen) so that they can be transferred later. The use of donated embryos can be considered by a single woman with infertility not treatable or by women with infertility not treatable that affects both members of the couple, recurrent loss of pregnancy possibly related to the embryo, and genetic disorders that affect one or both members of the couple.

The adoption of embryos can be carried out in the following destinations: Ukraine, Canada, the United States, Spain, Cyprus and the Czech Republic.


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