Should I use an egg donor?
To determine whether using an egg donor is the appropriate choice for you, you first need to make sure you know the actual cause of your infertility. That starts with getting a correct diagnosis.
Why might my fertility specialist recommend using an egg donor?
If you do not have eggs that will successfully fertilize and result in a healthy pregnancy, your fertility specialist may recommend using an egg donor.
Egg donation is a viable infertility treatment for patients with any of the following conditions:
- Diminished ovarian reserve
- Compromised egg quality or quantity due to medical conditions or prior medical treatments
- Poor ovarian response to prior fertility treatment
- Carrier of certain genetic conditions
- Third party reproduction for same sex couples
Egg donation has also been shown to be a successful treatment for those who have had multiple IVF (in vitro fertilization) cycles and failed to achieve a pregnancy.
Finding the Right Match
Once you contact us, we will consult with you about what you are looking for in an egg donor and begin presenting you with donor profiles that are tailored to your needs.
Profiles include biographies, education information, health history, family history, and photos. We pride ourselves on offering comprehensive portfolios that give you a good sense of each candidate.
We know that selecting an egg donor is a big decision, so we encourage you to give us feedback to help us match you with your ideal candidate.
At this point, we will also discuss any questions you may have regarding the egg donation program, including the estimated costs, success rates, timeline, and next steps.