Egg donation program

No matter how you got here, we want you to absolutely know that you are not alone. For some people, donor eggs are their only option to achieve their dream of becoming a mom. You may experience devastation, grief, anxiety, and fear. But we want you know that eventually, you will have the family you want, just like everyone else. What matters is how much your child is loved in this world, not the method by which he or she comes into it.

If you choose to proceed with donor egg treatment, we want you know that our specialist egg donation team will be there every step of the way with you. We partner with national and international egg banks and have access to egg donors with all characteristics that are important to you and your family.

There is no one answer to everyone. The decision to move forward with donor eggs is extremely personal. The question to yourself may be, ‘How much longer can I wait to be a parent?” or “How many more times am I willing to try with my own eggs?”  

Women who consider donor egg include those with:

  • Premature menopause
  • Extremely diminished ovarian reserve
  • Poor egg quantity and quality due to aging
  • Prior poor IVF treatment outcomes
  • Unexplained and repeated miscarriage
  • Genetic diseases that could pass on to offspring

You can choose either frozen donor egg or fresh donor egg. Chat with our doctor to see which option is better for you.

Frozen donor egg

You can purchase frozen donor egg from egg banks. It means:

  • Immediate start to treatment – eggs are already retrieved.
  • Quicker treatment path compared to fresh donor eggs.
  • Lower treatment cost.
  • Most egg banks provide 5-6 eggs in each treatment cycle.
  • Many egg banks guarantee one blastocyst embryo for transfer.

Fresh donor egg

If you’re fortunate, you may have a sister, relative or friend who is willing to go through IVF procedures to donate their eggs to you. If you don’t have a known donor, you can find a donor through agencies.  

  • Potentially more eggs and more embryos available – you own all eggs from one donor IVF cycle.
  • Higher chance to have surplus embryos available for future transfer – good for you if you would like to have more than one child.
  • No risk associated with egg survival from the freezing and thawing process.
  • Cost more than frozen donor egg treatment.
  • You know the genetic origin of the egg if the donor is known to you.

Make an appointment

Applications are processed by the call center operators on weekdays from 8:00am to 8:00pm.

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