Oocyte donation is indicated for women with premature ovarian failure, surgical or induced menopause, women with repeated decreased recruitment of follicles at the time of IVF, poor quality of oocytes, high FSH, low AMH, with extensive endometriosis, severe pelvic adhesions and inaccessible ovaries.
Egg donors are carefully screened and matched with recipients as closely as possible on physical characteristics. They are also screened for sexually transmitted diseases and karyotyping to check for genetic diseases.
We ensure complete secrecy and evaluate the background of the donors thoroughly.
Embryo donation is a form of third-party reproduction in which unused embryos remaining from one person/couple’s in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment are donated to another person or couple.
IVF often creates an excess of fertilized eggs (embryos), which an individual or couple may opt to cryopreserve for future frozen embryo transfers if the initial treatment is unsuccessful or in order to expand a family. Once a family is complete, however, frozen embryos may remain.
The options for these embryos are :
remaining cryopreserved indefinitely
thawing to destroy
donating the embryos to research
donating the embryos to another individual or couple
Surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction where intended parents work with a gestational surrogate who will carry and care for their baby(ies) until birth.
Intended parents use surrogacy to start or grow their families when they can't do so on their own.