In Vitro fertilization with donated oocytes and donor sperm

Double donation ICSI is a laboratory technique that consists of fertilizing a donor’s oocyte with a donor’s spermatozoa. Once obtained, the embryos are transferred to the woman’s uterus to implant and give rise to a pregnancy.

This technique is recommended in situations where the woman is in ovarian failure or has certain genetic diseases, in cases of a woman without a male partner, or when the male member of the couple has poor quality or absence of spermatozoa, or there is a risk of transmitting genetic diseases to the offspring.