Ovumia is a Finnish high-quality fertility clinic located in Tampere, Finland. Fertinova Tampere fertility clinic is now part of Ovumia.
Also egg donation treatments without queing. Donors are registered.
Ovumia has over 20 years of experience in fertility treatments!
The activities and operational system of our enterprise are controlled in Finland by several laws and official regulations. In addition to this, Ovumia is committed to observing the ISO 9001 quality standard in all its operations.
High-standard fertilization treatments and client satisfaction are very important for us. For this reason, we serve our clients individually by means of special skills and expertise – without discrimination, and with special attention to the human dimension. We have a commitment to being on the cutting edge of our field as well as to the continuous development of our activities.
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Donated eggs or sperm may be needed if the people hoping to have a child cannot produce their own eggs or sperm, if there are functional defects in their cells or if there is a high risk of serious hereditary disease when using the cells of the couple themselves. We also treat female couples and single women at Ovumia.
Ovumia’s fertility consultation is available without queuing and without referral. Registered donors.
No Donor Anonymity
Waiting period for recipient: No waiting time
No of Embryos guarantee: 2
Total costs for fresh cycle: 6790 euro
A "clinical pregnancy" has a pregnancy sac seen in the uterus on ultrasound exam.
The "live birth rate" is the percentage of all IVF cycles that lead to a live birth. This rate does not include miscarriage or still birth and multiple-order births such as twins and triplets are counted as one pregnancy.
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In Finland, the donation of eggs and sperm is legally controlled by the Act on Assisted Fertility Treatments which entered into force in 2007. Donating cells does not require you to become a parent of the child or give you any entitlement to it.
According to the Act, the cells of one donor can be used to treat a maximum of five different women. Several children may be born in the same family using the cells of the same donor. The donor may not know who received their cells, and the parents of the children resulting from the treatment are not entitled to learn the identity of the donor. The donor has, however, the right to know whether any children were born as a result of treatments using their cells, if they want to know. The donor has the right to revoke the donation for the part of any unused cells, if they change their mind as a result of their situation, for example.
According to the Act on Assisted Fertility Treatments, children born as a result of using donor cells have the right to learn the identity of the donor when they are adults (18 years). A prerequisite for this is that the parents tell the child how they were conceived. Nowadays, parents are encouraged to talk about this openly.
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