For couples and single women who suffer from infertility, trying to conceive is often a long process, full of fears, insecurities and frustrations. That is why at Ovoclinic we have created the Pregnancy Guarantee Plans and live birth, to give our patients the peace of mind they need during this process.
With the Pregnancy Guarantee Plans, the clinic is committed to achieving your pregnancy. Otherwise, we will refund the entire amount of the program.
Each program will be applied individually, interested patients will undergo a prior assessment by the clinic specialists. These tests will assess whether the essential medical requirements for successful treatment are met and the treatment that best meets their needs will be determined. The duration of the program is 24 months, with the possibility of extending should the Management consider appropriate.
If you do not achieve the desired pregnancy we will refund 100% of the amount of the guarantee.
In vitro Fertilization
- Will I be able to know who the donor is? Will my child born through egg donation inherit anything from me?
Law 14/2006 states that egg donation must be anonymous, so the identity of the donor is completely confidential, in the same way that the donor will not have the right to know the identity of the born child. There is also no possibility that the born child can know who the donor was years later.
Only exceptionally, in circumstances that present a certain danger to the life or health of the child, can the identity of the donors be revealed, provided that such disclosure is indispensable.
The only information we can give from the donor is important data regarding pregnancy, such as age.
- What is epigenetics? Will my son born through egg donation inherit anything from me?
There are many studies currently on epigenetics. According to these, although the genetic information of the embryo would come from the donor, during pregnancy, the mother could modulate that genetic information. These processes occur by the exchange that occurs while the baby is in the womb and consist of a series of biochemical signals that can activate or inhibit certain genes of the embryo.
- What is genetic grief?
For many couples who have to resort to donated gametes (either semen or ovules), it is difficult to accept that their child will not have their genetic legacy. This completely normal emotional reaction is what is called genetic grief.
Talking openly about any doubts with the professionals, maintaining communication with the couple and resorting to, if necessary, professional support such as our psychologist will help to accept these feelings, get excited about parenthood again and resume the path to becoming parents.
- Is there a waiting list for egg donation?
In Ovoclinic we are part of Ovobank, with multiple centers nationwide and a very high number of donors, so we do not have waiting lists to find the ideal donor for each patient.