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Frozen Egg Donors Cost

Frozen Egg Donors - A Convenient Path to Parenthood

Frozen egg donation offers a flexible and efficient option for those struggling with fertility issues. Through this method, you gain access to a diverse pool of egg donors and the chance to begin your journey to parenthood on your own timeline. 

We function as a referral agency to affiliated IVF Centers and Egg Banks nationwide and in other counties. This allows us to grant you access to a wider selection of available frozen eggs than could be provided by a single agency. . We do not provide IVF services or have a frozen oocyte storage tank or reproductive tissue at our facility.

The path to parenthood using frozen donor eggs involves the following steps:

1

Donor
Selection

Choose a suitable egg donor from our extensive database. Our donors undergo rigorous screening processes to ensure the highest quality eggs.

Thawing and Fertilization

2

The selected frozen eggs are thawed and fertilized in our state-of-the-art laboratory using either the intended father’s or a donor’s sperm.

Embryo Development

3

The fertilized eggs, now embryos, are cultivated in the lab until they reach the optimal stage for transfer.

Embryo Transfer

4

The healthy embryos are transferred into the uterus of the recipient or surrogate, hoping for successful implantation and pregnancy.

Pros and Cons of Using Frozen Donor Eggs

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Remember, every individual’s circumstances are unique. It is important to discuss these factors with our fertility specialists to make the best decision for your surrogacy journey.
Are you ready to explore the possibilities of parenthood with frozen egg donors? Contact our team at Surrogacy4All today to begin your journey

Fresh Egg Donor Cycles vs Frozen Egg Donor Cycles

In summary, we offer both fresh and frozen donor eggs. The decision of whether to pursue a fresh or frozen donor egg cycle is unique to the individual or couple. It may be determined by different criteria such as ease, cost, and personal preferences.

Where can I find egg donors?

A reliable fertility center typically provides details about various egg donation agencies. Depending on the specific egg requirements of the intended parent, the center can offer guidance in selecting an agency that aligns with their needs. Additionally, some fertility centers have their own in-house egg donation agencies, making the coordination process smoother due to established procedures. If your center has an in-house agency, it is advisable to explore this option first. Now, the decision arises: would you prefer fresh or frozen eggs?

Are fresh or frozen donor eggs more successful?

Many studies indicate that the likelihood of achieving a live birth through a fresh egg donation IVF cycle is 9%-20% higher compared to a frozen egg donation cycle. Various factors contribute to this outcome, with a primary focus on the quantity of eggs available for use and potential damage caused by the freezing process. In the context of a fresh egg donation cycle, intended parents typically receive all the retrieved eggs, a number that often ranges between 15 and 20 and rarely falls below 10. While not every egg may successfully fertilize, commencing with around 15 eggs generally results in 3-4 viable embryos for selection, with the possibility of preserving some for future cycles.