Donor Programmes

Egg donation is the process whereby a woman uses the eggs from a donor in order to have their own child. The donor’s eggs are fertilised with sperm, usually from the woman’s partner, to produce embryos. These are then transferred into the womb, making pregnancy possible.

Donor Programmes

Egg donation is the process whereby a woman uses the eggs from a donor in order to have their own child. The donor’s eggs are fertilised with sperm, usually from the woman’s partner, to produce embryos. These are then transferred into the womb, making pregnancy possible.
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Egg Donation

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Recommended for

Semen from the partner

  • Women who do not produce eggs of their own, due to the menopause, maternal age, premature ovarian failure or ovarian surgery
  • Women who cannot use their own eggs because they are not of sufficient quality or carry certain hereditary diseases
  • Women for whom repeated IVF has not been successful
  • Women whose ovaries cannot be accessed to obtain eggs

  • Women who have had repeated miscarriages
  • Women who have, or whose embryos have, chromosomal abnormalities
  • Primary ovarian failure is when menstruation does not begin during puberty (gonadal dysgenesis – Turner syndrome or Swyer syndrome; and pure gonadal dysgenesis – Savage syndrome or resistant ovary syndrome)
  • Premature ovarian failure is when ovarian function stops before the age of 40, with periods starting to become irregular and eventually stopping altogether.Some of the causes of this include:
    1. Hereditary factors: carriers of Fragile X Syndrome, etc.
    2. Enzyme alterations: galactosemia, 17a-hydroxylase deficiency or gonadotropin secretion defect.
    3. Autoimmune disorders: MEN (multiple endocrine neoplasia) syndrome, Addison’s syndrome, diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, anti-ovarian antibodies, etc.
    4. Infectious factors: parotiditis, rubella, etc.
    5. Environmental factors: smoking, etc.
    6. Surgical castration: due to cysts or tumours on the ovaries.
    7. Past treatment with chemotherapy or radiotherapy
  • Repeated failure with IVF is when women do not respond to ovarian stimulation; when several attempts at fertilisation using ICSI are not successful; or when embryos repeatedly fail to implant successfully.


Donated semen

  • Men who have no sperm
  • Men who are carriers of certain genetic diseases or of sexually transmitted infections
  • Men whose semen has chromosomal abnormalities
  • Women who do not have a male partner


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Egg Donors

Procedure

Before receiving the embryos, patients undergo treatment to prepare the endometrium for embryo transfer.

Medication

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Preparation of the semen

Fertilisation and transfer

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