Egg Donation Process For IVF in India, Cost of Egg Donation Sucess Rates
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IVF Egg donation

IVF Egg donation

Best Egg Donation Treatment Centre/Clinic For IVF

What is IVF Egg donation?

Some women can’t use their own eggs because of non-availability of good eggs or low ovarian reserve, or premature ovarian failure for their fertility treatment. In some cases, menopausal women also need IVF treatment. In such cases, they consider to use an egg donor. Egg donors are women who like to choose to support those who need extra help starting or growing their family – and they are women just like you and me.

Egg donation for IVF is a process in which the eggs are procured from another woman to make embryos for another woman. The egg donors are properly screened by gamete donor banks and the data bank of such egg/oocyte donors is provided to us. The females are young, proven fertile from good families. They are good looking, Caucasian/ African/Mongolian egg donor from all communities of India with background data. We can easily get a proper match for our patients.

Basically, in this process, the endometrium of the patient is prepared and it is synchronized with the egg/oocyte cycle by hormones. The eggs of the donor are retrieved from the ovary after stimulation injections and these eggs are fertilized with the patient’s husband’s sperms to produce healthy embryos. These embryos are then implanted into the patient’s uterus.

We have one of the largest pool and excellent variety of good looking egg donors available for women, whose egg reserve is depleted, (all skin types/ Indian/ different eye colors/Caucasians/Mongolian/short/tall/all religions), those who are also highly qualified… Contact us for more information at +91-9810600235.

It is best suited for:

  • Woman, with poor quality eggs.
  • Diminished Ovarian reserve.
  • Advanced age.
  • Premature ovarian Failure.
  • High age with poor egg quality.
  • Women with previous failed multiple cycles with own eggs.
  • The potential to transmit a genetic disease to a baby.
  • The success rate of this procedure is approximately 50 to 81% per cycle.