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Hum Reprod. 1994 Jul;9(7):1344-7.

Psychological aspects in anonymous and non-anonymous oocyte donation.

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  • 1Hôpital Necker, Paris, France.

Abstract

A study, in which 110 patients were screened by a psychoanalyst, included 69 recipients who chose non-anonymous oocyte donation, i.e. they received oocytes from a known donor, most frequently a sister or a close relative. Another 41 recipients received anonymous oocytes, but had to bring a donor. Psychological motivations for either choice are reported, and significant topics such as attitudes towards confidentiality and links to the child are compared. No specific psychopathology is reported at this stage. An additional study on children born by these techniques is ongoing.

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7962446
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