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Artificial fertilization surrogacy

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Reasons for Choosing Infertility Treatment with IVF:

Why choose artificial fertilization surrogacy:

The biological inability of women or men to make pregnancy occur should choose artificial fertilization surrogacy treatment, commonly known as third-party assisted infertility treatment. The main reasons are cyclical habitual or spontaneous abortions for women, or complete infertility of men and women. On the other hand, the reason is that due to the increase in women's age, the uterine condition has changed, such as endometrial abnormalities, uterine tumors, etc. Although they have been pregnant or given birth to a fetus, difficulties in pregnancy or abnormal pregnancy are followed. The causes of this general infertility may also be diabetes, thyroid abnormalities, adrenal diseases, pituitary dysfunction or changes in hormone levels. In this case, the Canadian Maple Leaf International Reproduction Center recommends that you choose a third-party surrogacy treatment for artificial insemination and surrogacy.

What is the third-party surrogacy treatment for artificial fertilization surrogacy?

Artificial insemination surrogacy, also known as in vitro surrogacy, involves the use of in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology to create embryos from the sperm and eggs of infertile couples. These embryos are then implanted into the uterus of a surrogate mother until birth. One key advantage of this method is that the newborns maintain a genetic and blood relationship with the intended parents, while the surrogate mother has no genetic connection to the child.
Artificial fertilization surrogacy, often combined with egg donation, is widely utilized, particularly by same-sex couples and single individuals in Canada and the United States. In this process, sperm from the intended father and eggs from a donor are fertilized and cultivated in vitro. High-quality embryos are then selected and transferred into the surrogate mother's uterus to complete the pregnancy.

Why choose to donate eggs:

Women who are unable to achieve a successful pregnancy due to issues related to their own egg quality or ovarian malignancy, which might necessitate the removal of their ovaries and cessation of ovulation, should consider egg donation as a viable option for completing their infertility treatment through IVF. Female patients should closely cooperate with various ovarian and ovulation tests to determine the specific causes of ovulation difficulties and make a well-informed choice regarding the ovulation procedure.
Furthermore, we recommend that same-sex or single men should choose to donate eggs, complete third-party assisted reproductive treatment, and realize their dreams of parenthood.

Egg Donation Procedure (Egg Donation IVF/test-tube baby Treatment):

Ovian test-tube baby treatment, also known as in vitro fertilization (IVF) using donor eggs, is an option for cases where the expectant mother's own eggs cannot be used due to ovarian reserve depletion, genetic diseases, or other reasons. In this procedure, eggs are removed from a third-party egg donor and then fertilized with the sperm of the prospective father to create embryos. These embryos are later implanted in the womb of either the intended mother or a surrogate mother, leading to conception.
The genetic information of the resulting embryos comes from both the prospective father and the egg donor, which means there is no genetic relationship between the expectant mother (or surrogate mother) and the child. This approach is particularly beneficial for older couples over 40 and couples facing other reproductive challenges since the aging of the uterus occurs much more slowly than the ovaries. Egg-donated IVF technology offers higher success rates and fertility opportunities for these individuals.

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