Egg Donation

Egg donation is a process in which a fertile woman donates an egg, or oocyte, to another woman to help her conceive. It is a part of assisted reproductive technology or ART.

The procedure typically involves a doctor removing an egg or eggs from the donor, fertilizing them in a laboratory, and then transferring the resulting embryos into the recipient’s uterus. Doctors do this using an implantation procedure, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Egg donation frequently benefits women who cannot use their own eggs for various reasons, including ovarian failure, avoiding congenital anomalies in the fetus, or advanced age. Egg donation at aryafertility centre located in Kandivali makes the process more simple and safe.

How do I prepare my body for egg donation IVF?

Preparing your body for IVF – take care of your health

This means both you and your partner should maintain proper weight, have a balanced diet, abstain from cigarettes, drugs and alcohol and exercise regularly (but not excessively). Try to avoid stressful situations and find some time to relax.

How long is an egg donor cycle?

From the day you are chosen by a recipient, to the day of your egg retrieval is approximately 2 1/2 months. The calendar for egg donation cycles also depends on your availability and the timing of your menstrual cycle.

What is the best age for an egg donor?

The ideal age for an egg donor is between the ages of 21 and 30. Hence, we at Arya Women Hospital, try and take good young donors with proven fertility to improve the results of donor egg IVF. Sometimes it may take up to a few months to get a good donor who should match the profile of the intended parent.

Are There Legal And Emotional Repercussions To Egg Donations?

To avoid emotional Repercussions the donors are kept anonymous except when it is unavoidable. In the cases when the donor is already known to the patient or is a close female relative it is advisable to have a personal and legal understanding. The donor can put a stop to the process at any time up to the moment of Fertilization after that the embryo legally belongs to the patient.