Vantelic fertilization with donor elites is not possible in Serbia, although they were made possible by the 2009 law and confirmed by the new law. No sub-statutory decisions have been taken and there is no proper system reliability to allow such a toe in our country, Dr. Said said. Aleksandar Ljubi, one of the paramedics of non-marital fertilization in Serbia.
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This is the only cure for certain couples and because of non-compliance with secondary legislation, we force hundreds or thousands of people to look for the possibility to do this in other countries, said Professor Ljubi in the TV program First "First".
He recalled that outdated conception with donation in Serbia worked for 20 years, until 2005 or 2006, but then the current Health Minister explained a decree that this was not allowed because of a doctor who said he had been cloned by a man .
I think we should all do this together so that the donation can be made through the donation and in our country, "Ljubi said.
Talking about the process of outdated fertilization, Ljubi pointed out that the law allows the return of three embryos to the uterus, and that the physician's tendency to repair that change of the embryo.
This reduces success somewhat, so a compromise is sought because the drava does not have enough money to provide all the required number of cycles when only one embryo returns.
Medically, it would be best if only one embryo was returned and two of them returned, he said.
He said the trend of twin pregnancies is decreasing and added that vivoplodne pregnancy is linked to many more complications, the duration of pregnancy is stable … A center that has more than 15 to 20 percent of pregnant pregnancies does not work well , said Ljubi.
There are no medical risks of numerous attempts at outpatient fertilization, it has been proven that it is true that large numbers do not lead to malignancy, ovarian function. There are risks when a patient is being treated incompletely, in the process of receiving a reddish position or poor ovarian response to standard doses of medication, but this is minimized by new techniques.
Ljubi said that if they work according to medical principles and with adequate preparation, after three trials of vantelic fertilization, 60 percent are successful, while est est tries to achieve a 90 percent success rate.
That is not true in real life, he added, because patients often move from one center to another, from one country to another.
See the video attachment for more information about the VTO procedure.