Treatment in Alicante, Spain with pregen?

Hello! I'm a newbie and been reading a lot of threads on here. Not sure where to start but may need IVF or IVF DE and want to go to Spain (price and timings).

I've heard of a specialist unit in a hospital that really look after their patients for IVF or donor egg.

Has anyone had treatment at this hospital or used them? Any advice or support would be great as feel a bit lost.

Many thanks,

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  • I'd go on fertility friends and look at the clinic threads.. So many clinics out there.

    I went to Prague for IVF with DE and ICSI. Successful first attempt..

    Clinic and staff were amazing. Cost Β£5K including weeks accommodation and flights x

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  • I would encourage you to do as much research as possible in your decision making. Indeed international boards over fertilityfriends are very informative and a good source of info, also cause of comments/reviews, that are really helpful to pick a clinic abroad. I am opting for fertility clinic in gdansk, cause of prices and closest friends recommendations.

  • Hi! Unfortunately I can say nothing about de ivf in Spain. I had this procedure in Ukrainian clinic biotexcom. I became a mother of a beautiful girl two years ago. I had an opportunity to give the clinic a list with features of desirable donor. My daughter looks like me. No one can ever tell she’s from donor. All requirements to donors were set in our package. Age of all donors is 18-25 yo. All of them should have perfect physical and mental health. The clinic also checks donors and their relatives. They should not have any genetic diseases. We didn't choose donor, but our doctor did. We were told that contact of clients with donor is prohibited by law. But we had an opportunity to provide desired phenotype. So we make a list of features, which we want to see in our donor. We put there desirable hair color, eye color, face and nose shape, etc. In one word we wanted our donor to look like me. Then our program coordinator presented us 3 variants and we chose the most suitable donor for us. The clinic has big database of donors so we didn't wait for too long. I wish you good luck with your procedure!

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