We do believe that IVF treatment with donor eggs is in line with universal human values, as it gives individuals or couples who are unable to meet their hope to raise a child a hope. However, It needs to be taken into account that ivf through donor egg is not simple. It takes well organised work of qualified fertility experts, legal advisers to be successful.
ivf with egg donor can be socially and legally complicated and the more reliable information you have, the better your decisions will be. “Create U future” employees are ready to share our experience to help you navigate through the perplexing emotional and legal issues, so you can make the best possible decision for you and your child(ren) in the future.
Key steps of IVF with donor eggs procedure are:
1. Gathering information
2. Choosing an oocyte donor
To ensure that IVF with donor eggs is the best option for the client, our staff make thorough analysis of the patient's medical history, fertility testing and more. Even if ivf with donor eggs is unlikely to get desired result, we offer a range of other reproductive technologies including surrogacy.
Create U future provides access to an international database of donors. Thanks to modern preservation technologies it is possible to transfer oocities and store them, so there is no need to travel abroad to fulfill the dream of parenthood.
Patients choose their own egg donor. However, there are a few recommendations to make this difficult task easier.
When choosing an oocyte donor, patients should consider her Rh factor.
If the female recipient is Rh-negative, you should choose among Rh-negative donors. This will help avoid problems associated with the so-called Rh conflict during pregnancy, when the immune system of the mother begins to produce antibodies, "considering" the fetus a foreign element.
The patient may be advised to choose a donor whose height is the same or slightly different from her height, because taller people's genetic material tend to result in larger fetuses. A fetus too big may lead to complications during pregnancy and labour . A deviation of up to seven centimeters is considered safe and acceptable.
The egg donor fills out a detailed questionnaire from which you can learn about his education, profession, hobbies. The questionnaire helps patients form an idea of the donor's personality, mental abilities and temperament, which are known to be partly heritable. It is possible to request the results of a potential donor's IQ test.
The patient and the donor will need to take hormonal medications to help synchronize menstrual cycles.
The next stage is hormonal stimulation of superovulation (a kind of ovulation where several oocytes mature at the same time) for the donor and therapy for the recipient woman to prepare her body for pregnancy. The goal of this stage is to ensure the growth of endometrium in the future mother and the maturation of donor follicles, inasmuch as they are both necessary for the successful implantation of an embryo.
At the next stage the donor's oocytes are obtained through puncture and fertilized in vitro by the spermatozoa of the future father.
“Create U Future” provides access to state of art, cutting-edge fertility technology called spindle nuclear transfer. This technology is especially useful for women, who faced age-related infertility linked to their mitochondria - the power station of the cell, lesbian couples and women who faced genetic or mitochondrial disease.
Research in reproductology revealed that there are 3 main heritable factors that have a major effect on fertility and health of a future child:
In case the mother has healthy genes, but sick mitochondria (due to her age or specific disease) she can use donor mitochondria using spindle nuclear transfer.
If the mother has healthy mitochondria, but has genetic illness she can use her own mitochondria and donor genes, thanks to this technology.
Lesbian and afab couples could also benefit from this technology using the genetic material of a donor and the parent A and mitochondria of the parent B, using spindle nuclear transfer.
After a few days the healthiest embryos - 1 or 2 - are transferred to the uterus of the future mother. Create U Future provides the opportunity to save unused embryos for later storage.
Embryo transfer is an easy procedure that does not require anesthesia. The patient is additionally prescribed progesterone medications to ensure a successful start of the pregnancy.
IVF treatment with donor eggs is a safe, secure method. This technology has been known for almost 40 years (since 1983). The average success rates across the US is 50%. Using 3 cycles of IVF with donor eggs we reach 86,1% success rate. On the flip side the success rate in your particular case is defined by a number of factors: the lifestyle, diet, genetics of father, mother and donor.
To ensure best results for mother and child we offer preparation courses which can include consultations with a psychologist, dietologist and fitness coach. Together they help to tame addictions, form new healthy habits and increase your chances for successful treatment.
This cost of ivf with donor eggs includes all expenses including access to international database of donors, cost of monitoring, medications that are needed to obtain hyperovulation state in donor and prepare mother for pregnancy, egg freezing and thaw, in vitro fertilisation, embryo implantation procedure, ultrasound scans, luteinizing hormone and pregnancy tests. The cost of donor egg ivf in Create U Future also includes regular workshops with leading experts in the field of assisted reproductive technology which we organise for our staff. Our company uses a fee for service model in defining the donor egg ivf cost. This means that you pay only for cycles that actually were done and not for estimated numbers as in the shared risk model.
If you order a pregnancy preparation program too you can get a 5 % discount.