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16:34

LifeStyle

About 70 per cent of 35-year-old women in Spain have no children

EFE

...is more flexible, for example in matters such as ovule donation. The register also shows a nine per cent increase in these treatments compared with the previous year, and the figures make Spain a leader in Europe and third in the world after the ... in vitro fertilisation cycles using the patients' own ovules are carried out on patients aged between 35 and 39, while 67 per cent of the treatments using donated ovules are carried out on women over 40. In total, 70 per cent of in vitro ... fertilisations in Spain in 2015 used the patients' own ovules, and in 30 per cent of cases they were donated.

16:34

LifeStyle

Over eight million babies in the world have been born thanks to fertility treatments

EFE

...pregnancy rate for the two treatments has stabilised by 36 per cent and increases when five-day-old embryos (blastocysts) are used instead of those which are three days old. Fewer twins The number of pregnancies which occur after the donation of ovules ... there is continuing progress from ovule donation and the use of frozen embryos". Nevertheless, the greatest increase has been from treatments using frozen ovules, propitiated by the vitrification technique all over the world. According to

20:34

LifeStyle

Demand for ovule donors grows as women put off motherhood longer

SUR

In the year 2015 in Spain, 7.4 per cent of women who gave birth were over the age of 40. Many of these babies were born as the result of ovule donation treatments or the reception of donated oocytes. The fundamental part of this process is the ... existence of ovule donors. As Spain is, after Italy, the European country in which motherhood is postponed the longest (and it is a trend which shows no signs of changing at present), their role is absolutely essential, because when these women decide that ... ovules start to mature in the menstrual cycle. Only some of them will reach maturity. The donors of oocytes undergo a process of ovarian stimulation so that more mature, and those are then removed in the operating theatre as an outpatient procedure after