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Infertility treatment is very complex; not just in the way the actual treatment is, but because it tends to consume the patient in more ways than one. It’s significantly expensive and it takes an emotional toll on patients. Sometimes, when their cycles fail, patients also tend to lose a lot of time on it.
In case the treatment becomes successful, everything is hunky dory. Its only when things don’t work out the way you thought they would, that the problem arises. IVF has the highest success rates among all the other infertility treatments available today. As long as you do the treatment at a credible and well-established clinic, the chances of you conceiving are very high.
However, you have to keep in view the fact that though we do intervene into the natural process of conception, there is a limit to what we can do. For example, in case we have a patient with complete testicular failure, we would suggest that they consider donor sperm or other options to have a baby. These decisions aren’t something that can be taken lightly.
When should a couple consider sperm donation?
Aspects to take into consideration
Regardless of whether you are dealing with male factor infertility or genetic issues/are a single woman/ a lesbian couple who wants to conceive; there are various aspects you should take into consideration while selecting donor sperm:
The important thing is that you should make a well-informed decision while deciding to use donor sperm to have your baby.
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