IVF with Egg Donation package

About 80 percent of all women over 40-45 years old who address reproductive clinics for fertility treatment usually use egg donation option to conceive a child. Egg donation helps a woman to achieve her dream of carrying a child and be a mother, and each year egg donation programs help about 20 000 babies to be born worldwide.

Take into account that for women over 40 years old the success rate of IVF with egg donation can be two or three times higher than with regular IVF cycle as egg donors are young ladies producing many healthy and mature eggs in one cycle of donation.

Also important is that egg donation can help you avoid risk of passing genetic disease (if any in your family) to your baby.

Suggested package envisages preparation and carrying out IVF in one of our partner clinics, using an Egg Donor. The package includes:

  • Consultations and coordination of your program by a Program Coordinator from our agency;
  • Choosing Egg Donor from our database;
  • Cost of fresh medical tests for Egg Donor;
  • Cost of drugs for preparation of Egg Donor;
  • Egg pick-up, fertilization of eggs and cultivation of embryos in our partner clinic;
  • First embryos transfer attempt to Intended Mother;
  • Final compensation for Egg Donor;
  • Legal fees: contracts, any additional legal aid that your program may require;
  • Agency commission for using the database and coordinating your program.

At our Agency we have our big database of egg donors. All egg donors are physically and mentally healthy, their age is usually between 20 and 28 years old, their medical records show no chronic or genetic diseases in their families, each egg donor has at least one healthy child of their own. In order to guarantee good results of your program and avoid any risks, we always make egg donor to do fresh medical tests and overall check-up before the start of each egg donation cycle.

We also pay huge attention to the personal characteristics of our egg donors, all ladies possess regular features, good figure and well educated. We are sure that you will easily find the egg donor according to your preferences, in our database.

Usually the preparation for the embryos transfer takes around 4-6 weeks.

Female patient (embryos recipient) prepares for the embryos transfer in synchronization with egg donor. Preparation protocols for egg donor and embryos recipient are different, but our doctors coordinate both cycles in parallel.

This package envisages fresh cycle when male patient comes to donate his semen on the day of egg pick-up of egg donor. Fresh cycle significantly increases your chances for successful pregnancy.

Usually our egg donors produce about 12-18 eggs in frames of one egg donation cycle. All eggs collected from egg donor in frames of this program will be fertilized by male patient’s semen and embryos will be cultivated to the blastocyst stage. Embryos transfer to female patient is usually done on day 5 (blastocyst stage). Up to 3 embryos of the best quality are chosen for the embryos transfer. The remaining embryos also belong exclusively to the patient, can be frozen and used by patient in her future treatment.

It is highly recommended to rest in bed for 2-3 days after the embryos transfer to increase implantation chances.

Both egg donor’s and embryos recipient’s cycles are monitored carefully by our doctors and all the medical procedures are carried out with maximum care and support, to ensure most appropriate mood and comfort for embryos recipient on which the success of the program depends a lot.

In two weeks after the embryos transfer you will need to do blood pregnancy test to determine whether pregnancy is achieved.

This package is one of the most in demand by our patients, we have successfully carried a number of cases with proven results.

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