Embryo Donation in Iran

  • Operation Duration
  • 1-2 hours
  • Hospitalization
  • 1 day
  • Anesthesia
  • No
  • Recovery
  • 3 days
  • Time to Result
  • 15 days

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What Is Embryo Donation?

Embryo donation is a third-party reproduction treatment in which an IVF embryo is donated to an infertile couple. Receiving a donated embryo is a big decision for couples, so they should be emotionally, financially, and physically prepared to take this responsibility. Fortunately, embryo donation is religiously, culturally, and legally approved, and mentally and physically healthy couples can use this method to have babies.

Cost of Embryo Donation in Iran

Luckily, in Iran, embryo donation is made for benevolent purposes, and only a small amount of money is paid to donor couples for some expenses such as lab tests. However, the cost of embryo donation in European countries is very high, and not everyone can afford it.

Success Rate of Embryo Donation in Iran

The success rate of embryo donation depends on the embryo's quality, the embryo donor's age, and the number of embryos transferred. The average success rate of this method is 43 to 45%.

Things to Do Before Embryo Donation in Iran

Embryo donors (both male and female) should take lab tests for HIV-1, HIV-2, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, gonorrhea, and syphilis. Also, specific estimations should be done on the donor couple and the couple seeking the embryo. These evaluations include psychiatric tests, internal examinations, infection tests, genetic evaluations, and all the other necessary medical and paraclinical evaluations.

How Is Embryo Donation Done in Iran?

In Iran, donated embryos are kept in fertility centers in two forms: frozen and fresh. These embryos are developed in the laboratory and are frozen at the request of the donor couple who want to donate the embryo for any reason.

To transfer the embryo, the mother-to-be should take medications containing progesterone to control the thickness of the endometrium. A catheter tube transfers the embryo to the uterus whenever the endometrium is proper. If transferring the embryo gets done successfully, it will attach to the uterus and grows inside it. At last, a beta HCG test is taken after 14 days to confirm the pregnancy.

Is Embryo Donation in Iran Worth It?

With the growth of fertility problems in Iran, religious and governmental authorities legalized embryo donation in this country. Iran is the only Muslim country in the Islam world where embryo donation is done legally, so many religious patients prefer to receive embryos in Iran. Besides, there are numerous well-equipped fertility hospitals and clinics in Iran that offer medical services at an affordable price. So, if you are searching for a safe place to receive the donated embryo, Iran is your best option.


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