Through there are several infertility treatments available today for couples all over the world, yet infertility is considered a serious medical problem. In case, an infertile couple does not have an option of using their own eggs as part of in vitro fertilization, then there is need of an egg donor. Women may opt for egg donation because they are unable to produce their own eggs.
Seed Art Bank is one of the leading egg donation agencies that have a huge database of donors for prospective parents so that their dreams of parenthood come true.
Egg donation, also described as “oocyte donation,” makes pregnancy possible for women who have difficulty in ovaries or other medical issues that obstruct the formation or function of their eggs. The eggs donated through our agency particularly by a professional donor have higher chances of success because our egg donors in India are young, healthy and have been thoroughly screened by the doctor.
Our egg donor profiles in India are always anonymous as per the mandatory law. Seed Art Bank has affiliation with reputed fertility clinics where the perfect matching is done between the donor and the intended mother.
Every case of egg donor remains confidential on both ends. Once the donor is matched, she is stimulated, and receives her compensation after the egg donation. Our egg donors never ask in which case her eggs were used and whether they resulted in a positive pregnancy or not.
Donor Eggs in Fertility Treatments
The use of donor eggs is becoming more common, especially among women over 40. According to a latest study, in 2010, about 11% of all assisted reproduction techniques used donor eggs. Donor eggs and sometimes the use of donor embryos allow an infertile woman to carry a child and give birth. If you have any of the below conditions, you may b the right candidate for donor eggs as:
- Premature ovarian failure: a condition in which menopause has occurred much earlier than usual, typically before age 40
- Diminished ovarian reserve means, you have low quality eggs. This can often be caused by age, because fertility drops off steeply after 40.
- Genetically transmitted diseases that could be passed on to your child.
- A history of failures with IVF, particularly when your doctor says the quality of eggs may be the problem.
Find out more about egg donors for your IVF program by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org