For Prospective Parents
IFC would like to take a moment to thank you for considering our centre and trusting our expertise with your family planning. We understand the fact that every recipient couple has been struggling along a lengthy journey before lastly reaching their decision of utilizing Egg Donor IVF. IFC makes every effort possible to thoroughly educate all our donor applicants with respect to the egg donation process. We are here to help the process run as smooth and stress-free as possible. Increasing number of women pursue parenthood as single mothers through the use of sperm from either anonymous or directed donors.
Many single men turn to using donor eggs in conjunction with gestational surrogacy instead of adoption because of high cost, time, no genetic linkage in case of the adoption process. Men wishing to pursue a family using their own sperm with donor eggs and a surrogate can expect a very high success rate.
Donor options are opted when one of the partners has inability in terms of producing a child and it can be either be a mother’s egg or a father’s sperm. Biologically, in donation, the carrier has no link to the child.
Our different approaches
Mother’s Egg, Father’s Sperm : This is a good option when a mother is unable to carry a full cycle of pregnancy for any medical reasons and the embryo is planted in another woman’s womb. This process is termed as Surrogacy.
Donor’s Egg, Father’s Sperm : If the mother is not able to produce good quality eggs then this can be a good option. Furthermore if she is unable to carry pregnancy for full cycle, she can then opt for a surrogate with egg donation.
Mother’s Eggs, Donor’s sperms : In this scenario the mother is capable of being pregnant and good quality eggs but the father’s sperm quality is compromised.
Donor’s egg and Donor’s Sperm : Very rare cases are seen where both partner does not have ability to produce the child and are in need help. The child would have no biological relation with the parents.
Who needs Donor Eggs ?
- Women who have undergone a premature menopause
- Women who for genetic reasons cannot use their own eggs
- Women who have been repeatedly unsuccessful on the IVF program
- Women born without ovaries
- Women who have undergone irradiation and chemotherapy
- Where do Donor Eggs come from?
- Known donors (where a sister, relative or friend donates)
- Women who undergo IVF procedures altruistically provide their eggs
- Women on the IVF program who donate excess eggs to other couples
We at IFC have all donor options available and can provide donors having a similar background as the biological parents. We have huge data of Egg Donors between the ages of 18 to 25 with various cultures and ethnic background.
IFC and Donors
We at IFC have all donor option available and can provide donors having a similar background as the biological parents. We have the best success rates in Egg donation and Surrogacy with IVF procedures. We take care of all the proper background checks and matching processes. Increasing number of women pursue parenthood as single mothers through the use of sperm from either anonymous or directed donors.
Many single men turn to adoption option instead of using donor eggs in conjunction with gestational surrogacy because of high cost. However, men wishing to pursue a family using their own sperm with donor eggs and a surrogate can expect a very high success rate.