There are two ways of using Ovobank, depending whether you are a patient or a collaborating centre. Ordering your batch of vitrified oocytes from Ovobank is very easy, and it can all be done through our webpage, pressing the EGG REQUEST button on the top bar.
1 Contact Ovobank to register as a collaborating centre. This can be done either by telephone, email or through our Ovotracker system.
Once the collaboration contract is signed, you will be given a user name and password for our Ovotracker
system, where you can fill in the request with physical and immunological characteristics of the recipient couple. Once the request has been reviewed our Donor Coordination Department
will offer a proposal with the most compatible donors for the couple (or patient).
3 In the case of vitrified oocytes you can have your order within 24/48 hours.
At the same time, you will be able to download, through Ovotracker
(through restricted access with your personal password), the report with the donor data, with the results of the analytical, gynaecological, psychological and genetic studies carried out according to the established by the Law 14/2006, Royal Decree 1301/2006 and in the signed collaboration agreement.
Ovobank allows you to request your oocytes directly as a patient, without intermediaries, and we will send them to the collaborating centre of your choice, where your treatment will be performed.
1 Through the EGG REQUEST section, once the patient option is selected, you must complete the request with your physical and immunological characteristics and those of your partner, so that our Donor Coordination Department can select the most compatible donor with you.
2 After completing the form and making the payment, you will have your order of vitrified oocytes in your fertility centre within 24/48 hours.
If you do not have a fertility centre where you can receive treatment, you can choose from one of our collaborating centres closest to you. You can also contact our FIV Marbella
reference clinic and perform treatment with them.