In Vitro Fertilization without Ovules
In vitro fertilization is one of the most widely used assisted reproductive techniques in the world to help people achieve pregnancy. It is a very flexible fertility treatment, since it can be performed with both your own eggs and sperm as well as those of a donor.
In this sense, it is possible to achieve pregnancy through in vitro fertilization without having your own eggs.since in both cases the success rate is 61%.
It is called feminine infertility to the inability to conceive the pregnancy due to problems directly related to the woman.
The causes of infertility in women can be due to various factors such as:
Problems in the production of eggs (This is due to failures in the endocrine system which can cause an absence of ovulation, as well as ovulation at unexpected times or deficiency in ovarian production).
Anomalies in the fallopian tubes (This is due to obstruction in both fallopian tubes, the place of the reproductive system where fertilization occurs) or alteration in the motility of the tubes.
Cervical factor (This is due to obstructions in the form of polyps or fibroids in the neck of the uterus or cervix, an area where sperm must pass in search of the ovum or some infection at the cervical level)
Uterine disorders (either for example uterine malformations, fibromatosis, endometritis)
Among other factors that generate infertility problems in women is age, in this case time has a negative influence on a woman's fertility, the best conditions normally occur until the age of 35. As a woman's age increases, her ovarian reserve and the quality of her eggs decrease.
In vitro fertilization with egg donation (egg donation)
In cases where the woman has a low ovarian reserve, there is the possibility that in vitro fertilization is carried out with eggs from an anonymous donor, in this case the one who will undergo ovarian stimulation will be the donor who, after the treatment is completed, The oocyte puncture will be performed, a procedure in which the eggs are extracted and then fertilized by embryo culture and finally implanted in the patient's uterus, achieving the positive termination of the pregnancy.