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Contract for embryo cryopreservation/ destruction

If you are having your embryos frozen, you will sign a contract for embryo cryopreservation and storage, which specifies all the conditions of freezing and the period of storage of part or all of the viable genetic material, the rights and obligations of the parties, the methods of payment and termination of the contract.

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If you are having your embryos frozen, you will sign a contract for embryo cryopreservation and storage, which specifies all the conditions of freezing and the period of storage of part or all of the viable genetic material, the rights and obligations of the parties, the methods of payment and termination of the contract. After the expiry of the contract, if you so wish, it may be extended by signing an annex. If you require any assistance or further information, please contact tel. 0887 701 927.

IMPORTANT!

In accordance with Regulation No. H-2 of 12 July 2023 on assisted reproduction activities of the Ministry of Health

Art. 71. Good reasons for the withdrawal and destruction of ova, spermatozoa and zygotes are:

  1. the written certified wish of the patients;
  1. the expiry of the maximum storage period requested by the patients when signing the declaration of informed consent prior to cryopreservation;
  1. the risk of cross-contamination or transmission of bacterial or mycotic infection;
  1. the risk of cross-contamination or transmission of a transmissible disease (HIV, hepatitis B and C, syphilis, etc.);
  1. the expiry of more than 6 months after the requested storage period for unclaimed sperm, ova or zygotes;
  1. the death of the spouse/partner, irrespective of the existence of a declared wish during his/her lifetime, in respect of spermatozoa or zygotes, except in the cases referred to in paragraph 5.9 of Section IV of Annex 1 to Art. 1, т. 1;
  1. the death of the spouse/partner, notwithstanding the existence of a declared wish during lifetime, in respect of oocytes or zygotes;
  1. the establishment of a disease in an anonymous donor which can be transmitted to the offspring or the recipient;
  1. the impossibility of securely identifying donors or tracing the path of genetic material due to incorrect or missing labelling or confusion during processing.

See also

Preparing for IVF
Stimulation
Egg retrieval
Embryo transfer and pregnancy test
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