"More infertile couples to get help now when dubbeldonation are allowed in Sweden. Couples and single can since the end of the year get both eggs and sperm donated. But the ability to get help depends on where you live in the country, according to a survey SVT News has been sent to the university hospitals. Waiting times at many locations is over a year and sometimes even longer. At the in Gothenburg, where patients may have to wait for over four years on sperm donation today and two years on the egg donation."
"in 2016 came the law that gave single women the same rights as the couple to the IVF. Since then, the Sahlgrenska university hospital in Gothenburg only done seven treatments at the singelkvinnor."
"– More than half in our queue is single. We have not received more money then the law allowed that they can get the same help, " says Ann Thurin Kjellberg, consultant in reproductive medicine at the Sahlgrenska university, to SVT."
"In Malmö, sweden, it is instead almost no wait time on the sperm after fertilitetsutredningen. The eggs may, however, wait 8 to 12 months."