Donor Eggs

Donor Eggs Treatment

Egg Donation Program is a technique of fertility treatment where in couples who can’t have their own eggs, for whatsoever reason, can be benefitted from.

Reasons to choose treatment with Donor Eggs

Women with the following complexities are conditioned to use donor eggs:

How does the donor egg program work?

What is the process of Donor Egg?

Consultation & Counselling: Consultation with fertility expert helps you to understand and take the final decision of using donor eggs treatment. The entire treatment plan with the cost is explained. The counsellor helps to clarify the doubts, also an informed decision and consent is obtained regarding the treatment.

Workup: Certain blood investigations and a transvaginal scan are done at the first visit with medical prescription of treatment advised. The donors are recruited from authorized oocyte banks with thoroughly screen and properly matched donors.

Sperm Preparation: The sperms are obtained from the semen sample provided by the husband. The sperms are washed with a special technique.

Fertilization: Single sperm being injected in the mature egg; the donor egg is checked for the signs of fertilization. Usually after 18hrs of injection.

Embryo Culture: The embryos are closely monitored in the lab by our embryologists for next 2-3 days. The progress of embryos is closely watched for selection of the best embryos.

Embryo Transfer: The embryos are selected by our embryologist and are transferred in the womb of the recipient under ultrasound guidance by an embryo transfer catheter.

Pregnancy Test: After about two weeks’ time, the blood test is carried out to check for pregnancy.

Cryopreservation: Remaining embryos are preserved for future use.

Why choose AIIM for treatment via Donor Eggs?

Egg Donation with IVF treatment is routine done for women who genuinely need this treatment. We coordinate with the authorized donor banks for you and at the same time prepare mother’s womb to carry the pregnancy.

All procedures are done under strict ICMR guidelines