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Who are the Egg Donors?

The young, healthy and sensitive women willing to help other women undergo to the motherhood. Generally, they are people sensitive to social issues. In many cases, they are also blood & organ donors. At us, our donors are educated, friends of previous donors for whom the process has been a rewarding experience who would like to give another woman the possibility she could not have.

Egg Donor Specifications Are Below:
·     Between the ages of 18 and 32
·     Physically healthy
·     Have a BMI 19-29
·     Non-Smoker
·     Have usual, monthly menstrual periods
·     Not using contraceptive implants or Depo-Provera injections as a form of birth control
·     Have both ovaries
·     Psychologically healthy
·     No present use of psychoactive drugs
·      No history of substance abuse
·      No family history of inheritable genetic disorders
·     Willing to take injections
·     Reliable, mature, and able to keep appointments


Can Egg Donation help?

At IVFSurrogacy.com.au, you may be considering employing the donated eggs if you are unable to use your own eggs, for example:

·        If you are experiencing premature menopause
·        If there is a risk of sending genetic disease
·        If your ovaries have been affected by chemotherapy or serious illness
·      If you have had IVF treatment but the recurring cycles have indicated poor egg quality

How to become Parent through Egg Donation?

To become a parent, we have the elite egg donor list that lets you to get an egg donor based on your preferences. Yes, you can search by ethnic background, education, hair color, eye color, age, height, and weight. When you are all set, you could plan a free consultation to learn more about our program and start moving forward. Process to Egg Donation

1. Fertility Screening: A donor's ovaries will be observed for the ability to generate eggs through a pelvic exam, and the blood tests. To settle on ovarian function and reserve, the egg donor may also need to have a vaginal sonogram on the second or third day of menstruation.

2. Medical Screening: This entails testing for blood type, infectious diseases, drug use and general health. The sexual partner of an egg donor may also be asked to experience screening for sexually transmitted infections.

3. Genetic Screening: The family history will be assessed to lift consciousness of the possible hereditary diseases or genetic disorders. Testing comprises of blood tests for genetic diseases, such as cystic fibrosis, Tay-Sachs disease, sickle cell anemia, thalassemia, and more.

4. Psychological Screening: The donor will be asked to talk with a psychologist to confirm she fully comprehends the benefits and risks of egg donation, and has the right motivations to becoming a donor.


Who Get benefit from Egg Donation?

·    Women who have a uterus but whose ovaries do not generate eggs due to premature menopause.
​ ·   Women who have had their ovaries taken out as a treatment for cancer, pelvic infection or endometriosis.

·    Women whose ovaries were damaged by chemotherapy or radiotherapy for cancer.

·    Women who were born with no functioning ovaries.

·   Women whose ovaries are opposed to to stimulation by the pituitary hormones, so-called 'Resistant ovarian syndrome'.

·    Women who have had poor ovarian response to hormonal stimulation in the past.

·    Women who have a high risk of passing on genetic disorders to their offspring.

·  Women who are carriers of sex linked diseases such as haemophilia, Duchenne's muscular dystrophy and Huntington's chorea.

·     Couples with the recurrent pregnancy loss owing to chromosome irregularities.  

​·     Women with the recurring IVF failures due to poor response to stimulation by fertility drugs, or poor egg quality.

​·     Older women who have the weakly functioning ovaries or who have delayed starting a family.