Egg Donation Programms
Egg donation is a programme developed especially for women 49 years and younger, who want to be mums but due to various reasons do not have their own eggs or have difficulties getting pregnant with their own egg cells. Thanks to the IVF procedure with anonymous donor eggs, such patients have an opportunity to get pregnant and have a child.
Why is it worth choosing the ‘IVF with donor eggs’ programme at InviMed clinics?
We understand and are committed to meeting the needs of each patient who joins our anonymous donor eggs programme. We wish that during the whole process the patient's needs and emotions are respected.
Team of doctors and embryologists
Doctors at InviMed clinics work together and share their experience and knowledge with each other so that you get the help you need. They will support you at every stage of the process, offer advice and, in particular, provide you with professional medical care.
Your personal Coordinator will ensure you with fully personalised care - you can really trust her. She will remain at your disposal throughout the duration of the process. She will support you and lead you through all the stages of the process.
Short waiting time
The right donor is selected on the basis of phenotypic resemblance. At the InviMed clinics eggs are readily available. We start the procedure as soon as the doctor confirms that your body is adequately prepared for embryo transfer.
Which program to choose?
Depending on medical indications, needs or individual preferences, our patients can choose one of two in vitro egg cell programs from an anonymous donor.
Is in vitro with the donor's egg for me?
The in vitro procedure with donor eggs may be used by women who meet the following conditions:
- are younger than 49 years of age and cannot get pregnant in a natural manner or via in vitro method due to the lack of their own eggs or their low quality;
- have lost fertility due to oncologic therapy;
- suffer from genetic disorders that have adverse effect on pregnancy and child's health;
- have experienced premature ovarian failure;
- have experienced miscarriages or unsuccessful attempts of In Vitro Fertilization (no high-quality embryos, difficulties with implantation of the embryo in the uterus or abnormalities in development of the embryo after transfer that resulted in miscarriage).
During the first visit, the doctor gets the medical history, reviews the history of treatment of the couple, examines the Patient and assigns necessary medical and laboratory examinations that enable qualification to the Programme. At the same time the Partner may be referred to an urologist and andrologist and gets a referral to have his sperm tested.
If the couple is not married, the partner of the patient who uses procedure of in vitro with partner sperm has to sign a declaration at a Civil Registry Office that he will be the father of the child. The patient, within three months from the declaration of the partner, will have to confirm at the Civil Registry Office that that man will be the father of her child. If the man does not sign the declaration at the Civil Registry Office, the couple cannot start the in vitro procedure.
Each patient or couple participating in the program is looked after by the Program Coordinator, who helps to complete the necessary formalities, make appointments and contact the doctor. If you have any questions about the Program, you can use the form or contact one of the Coordinators directly.