We function as a referral agency to affiliated IVF Centers and Egg Banks nationwide and in other counties. We can provide you with access to a larger range of fresh or frozen eggs. This is more than any single agency could offer.
We do not provide IVF services or have a frozen oocyte storage tank or reproductive tissue at our facility.
Once selected, the selected donor will undergo medical screenings. If they are cleared, they will be referred to an IVF Center and begin the egg retrieval process.
This process involves taking birth control pills. Following this, hormone injections are given to stimulate the donor’s ovaries. This will produce multiple eggs. Medical professionals closely monitor this process.
The first visit consists of:
• Ultrasound check to assess ovarian reserve, signs of recent ovarian stimulation or pathology.
• blood draw for AMH.
• A briefing by a doctor about the entire process of donation.
The level of AMH must be sufficient for egg donation. Donor candidates will also be evaluated psychologically to confirm their emotional stability. One of the mandatory requirements by our agency as well as many IVF Centers is signing a contract at the clinic about participating in the egg donation program. In this way, the donor gets informed about the flow of the whole procedure, her rights, and obligations. This gives her consent to donate oocytes. The donor also agrees to follow the doctor's instructions and take necessary medical tests.
After egg retrieval, the donor may feel some cramping or fatigue like the period symptoms. In this way, she can take painkillers without a doctor’s prescription.
Most donors get back to work and normal activities within a day or two after egg retrieval.
Embryos created using donated eggs are often carried by surrogates who do not share any genetic information with the baby. Gestational surrogates are now quite a common part of the surrogacy process.
Remember, every journey to parenthood is unique, and we are committed to supporting you at every step of yours.