Identification of Suitable Donor Through History, Physical Examination and Tests.
Medication (Tablet and injections will stimulate) to encourage follicular growth in Egg Donation.
Eggs are Collected From the Ovaries and Sperm is Collected in Egg Donation Process.
The Eggs and Sperms are Fertilized in a Clean Lab. Semen Sample is Required on the Day of Egg Collection.
Embryo is Kept in Frozen State Until the Right Time for Transfer in this Embryo Process.
The Frozen Embryo is Transferred Followed by a Pregnancy Test at the Later Date.
Some women need donated eggs or eggs from other women. We have listed a few reasons:
Egg donation is the process wherein the eggs from obtained from an egg donor when a woman has run out of eggs which could be due to various reasons.
This is when a woman carries the baby of another couple. In other words, the eggs from the patient are fertilized with the sperms of her husband and the resulting embryo is transferred to the uterus of a surrogate mother. This is in reality – ‘Renting a uterus’. After delivery, the baby is handed over to the genetic or biological couple.
- Women who are above 40 years and do not have eggs.
- Women with ovaries which have been removed for other reasons or destroyed by endometriosis.
- Women who have some genetic diseases and are at risk of transmitting their problem to the offspring.
Our egg donation process has a stringent donor screening system wherein they are screened for infections and we take a detailed history to identify and genetic disease.
What is the success rate of egg donation?
The success rate of donor egg IVF is about 55-60% and almost 80-90% after four repeated treatment cycles. Please see below the video where our Medical Director and Lead Fertility Specialist – Dr Vani Sundarapandian talks about the egg donation process in detail.
Egg donation is obtaining eggs from an egg donor and this is indicated when a woman has run out of eggs – maybe because of her age or sometimes when there is premature ovarian failure in younger aged women.
It may also be advised in women who have repeated poor quality eggs, repeated miscarriages, repeated implantation failure or in women who have a genetic problem.
You might wonder how we select donors. Donors are young women usually less than 28 years of age.
They are fertile, they’ve usually had one or two children of their own and we screen them for infections and take a detailed history pulling out any genetic disease and that’s how we select a donor.
Once the egg donor is selected and matched with the recipient, then we stimulate the donor.
We start stimulation injections on day two for a period of about ten days and encourage her follicles to grow and then retrieve the eggs and fertilize the eggs with the husband’s sperm as I spoke about in the IVF treatment discussion and once embryos are made we freeze them for later use.
We then prepare the endometrium of the recipient by a special method and then transfer these frozen embryos.