Do you How is the ROPA method performed?
The ROPA method is an assisted reproductive treatment used only for couples of the same sex, who want to start a family and want to share the process of motherhood. Both are active participants in the process, the first will be in charge of donating the eggs and the second will be the recipient, carrying the baby to term.
This procedure is a variant of the in vitro fertilization method, being essential the synchrony of the reproductive cycles of the couple
Both patients play an important role, the first patient being the biological mother of the baby with the contribution of her eggs, and the second patient will be the pregnant mother who will carry the baby's growth until its birth.
To carry out this treatment, the couple must be legally married, so that both have equal power over the minor. In addition, they must comply with the responsibilities, obligations and legal rights, which are required by the constitution of the countries that allow this procedure.
Success rates with the CLOTHING method they are high in the first cycle, reaching a percentage of 70%. In cases where a second cycle must be carried out due to different conditions, the percentage ranges between 85% and 90%.
It is important to note that success rates are linked to different factors such as age, ovarian reserve, and uterine status. For these reasons, reproductive treatment centers perform various tests to determine any pathology that may affect pregnancy.
During the process, periodic reviews are carried out, which can be ultrasounds or blood tests. These will detect the opportune moment to induce an artificial ovulation. Finally, a 36-hour course is expected to perform the egg retrieval.
Preparation of the woman who will carry the pregnancy
Along with the patient who undergoes hormonal stimulation, the preparation of the woman who is going to receive the embryos begins.
Your body must have the perfect conditions to achieve a correct implantation in the uterus. The treatment is carried out by administering estrogen, a hormone that allows a correct endometrial thickness, increasing the chances of achieving implantation without impediments.
It is done when the eggs are of an adequate size and is verified by ultrasound.To achieve follicular puncture, anesthesia must be administered, it is a simple and fast process. Once the eggs are obtained, they are fertilized with the donor's sperm and remain in the laboratory for approximately 3 to 5 days, under supervision.
To achieve this last procedure, the woman must already have her endometrium prepared and the embryos that have already been qualified will be used according to those with the best conditions.
The intervention does not require anesthesia and the doctor will only implant the embryos inside the uterus to verify after 15 to 20 days, if the procedure was successful, by means of a pregnancy test.
Currently this procedure is the most requested by women of the same female sex who want to have a child, its main attraction and for which it has become so in demand is the success rate they achieve. In addition to allowing the two members to be part of the experience.
In Colombia there is a pioneering clinic in this procedure and that has different financing plans, it is highly recognized and can advise you on legal issues if you are unaware of the process. We invite you to CELAGEM, with us you will be able to clarify all your doubts to start your procedure with complete confidence.