Egg Donation

Egg donation, also known as oocyte donation, makes pregnancy possible for women who might not otherwise be able to get pregnant using their own eggs, a case that is often associated with older maternal age. It has been proven that egg/embryo donation is a very effective procedure in a wide range of cases.The procedure is similar to standard IVF, except that the eggs are sourced from a friend or froman anonymous donor or an egg bank. The donated eggs are fertilized with the partner’s sperm in a laboratory dish and then the fertilized embryos are transferred to the woman’s uterus.The success rate varies depending upon the age of eggs, retrieval process, and quality of semen as well as the overall health of the women involved. In most cases, donors are young men and women, have a healthy reproductive system and are tested negative for hereditary diseases.The expected mother will begin taking progesterone supplementation. Like estrogen, it helps the preparation of the uterus to accept the embryo. After the egg recovery is finished, the donor’s job is done and you need to have already traveled to the country in which you have selected to perform the treatment. Then the father needs to give a semen sample (At times, the example might be collected and frozen before. But it’s typically done upon the arrival of the egg recovery.) The recovered donor’s eggs and the father’s sperm cells will be put together. Ideally, a portion of the eggs will be fertilized. Following three to five days, the expected mother will come into the facility for an embryo transfer. One to two embryos will be moved into the mother’s uterus and all remaining embryos will be frozen for another cycle -if needed. Around ten to fifteen days after the embryo’s transfer, the expected mother will take a pregnancy test.Although  and statistics are very debatable, there are some conclusions that can be made. Most statistics do not include very important factors regarding IVF with Egg Donation and for that reason, cannot be taken as an undeniable fact.There is an 80% possibility that after the treatment, you will get appropriately developing embryos.75-85% possibility that the embryos placed to your uterus will embed accurately.70-80% possibility that there will be a diagnosis of biochemical pregnancy (1 week after the embryo is transferred).55-65% possibility that there will be a diagnosis of clinical pregnancy (12-week ultrasound check).And around a 45-55% possibility of giving birth.
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