Let’s go step by step with this question. I just would like to say once again that in Ukraine, there is no upper age limit. There are no recommendations, every clinic needs to decide by the medical committee what would be the best option for the patient who was referred to that clinic. A very important fact is the semantic status of the patient and the histories of the previous outcomes, and we are always in communication with the treating person from the home country, and we would never proceed with the treatment if we are not in touch with such a specialist.
If you are talking about specific treatments like PRP therapy or ovarian rejuvenation until we can see some levels of AMH like I would say we’ve been trying even 0.1, but the question is we can try once again, and if we can see the follicle, which is growing, we would proceed with the stimulation, but in such cases, the outcomes are really different. Sometimes, we are not getting follicle growth, the best outcomes with the ovarian rejuvenation, we are getting with the level of 0.3 AMH and higher, so I would say that all patients for whom we did PRP therapy, we have several indications that we’ve seen AMH being increased, FSH being decreased, and new follicles have been growing, and as soon as we see this, we are starting the stimulation. If we are talking about mitochondrial donation or pronuclear transfer, the maximum recommended age is 43, but again, it’s based on each cycle evaluation. Usually, if we still can see some levels of the AMH and positive outcomes for the treatments in the past, meaning receiving at least 1 oocyte, we would proceed with the treatment because we need to be sure that we are receiving oocytes in this treatment. If we are talking about egg donation and surrogacy again, as I said, it is based on the somatic status and the general health of the patient.