Egg donation treatment was created to assist women who can’t conceive using their eggs. Discover the advantages and methods of IVF using egg donors.
In accordance with the standards of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Egg Donation- Dream IVF provides a recognized Egg Donor and IVF treatment program. In North Cyprus, Dream IVF is offering an professional experience under the direction of knowledgeable fertility specialists.
Women who are carriers of genetic illnesses, women who have experienced several unsuccessful IVF cycles, women with decreased ovarian function, and healthy older women are all effectively treated by the Dream IVF egg donation program.
Numerous women with limited ovarian reserves now have the opportunity to personally experience the wonder and joy of pregnancy and childbirth thanks to donated eggs.
At the Dream IVF clinic, egg donation is using donor eggs to produce a child and give an infertile couple the chance to enjoy pregnancy and childbirth. An egg donor who is a part of our internal egg donor program may be chosen by the recipient of the donated eggs.
To guarantee they are suitable candidates for the treatment, both prospective donors and receivers must go through a rigorous screening process. The egg donation procedure can start after a donor and recipient pair has been approved and matched.
Egg donation procedure
When a woman gives her eggs, it helps another woman conceive as part of assisted reproductive technology or for biomedical research.
IVF is frequently used in egg donation to fertilize the donated eggs. Unfertilized eggs can occasionally be frozen and kept for later use.
Advantages of egg donation
There are several benefits of using donor eggs for IVF, including:
- Menopause has begun before the age of 40 in a syndrome known as premature ovarian failure.
- Beyond age 40, ovarian reserve diminishes and produces eggs of poor quality.
- Genetic illnesses that could be carried to your offspring
- Many unsuccessful IVF cycles as a result of poor egg quality
IVF using donated eggs is the best option for women with poor-quality eggs and those who are past the prime of pregnancy. Also, women who were born without ovaries or who had their reproductive organs surgically removed or damaged as a result of illness or other conditions might consider egg donation.
The timing of the donor and recipient’s menstrual cycles must synchronize for IVF with egg donation to be successful in North Cyprus. You’ll start a course of tablets to get your uterus ready for the fertilized eggs, and your donor will start stimulation injections to grow and mature her eggs. When the embryos are in their most favourable developmental stage, the transfer of embryos occurs.
Varieties of Egg Donors
- Donors who are unrelated to the receivers and who participate out of altruism or for financial gain. In Cyprus, donors are fully anonymous.
- Designated donors, such as a friend or family member who has been invited by the patients to act as a donor.
- Patients participating in programs using shared oocytes. IVF patients may be ready to donate their unfertilized eggs in exchange for sharing the IVF costs with the egg recipient.
North Cyprus’s use of egg donation
Before taking part in the IVF procedure, egg donors must first be found, screened, and given their approval. The IVF process is the same for egg donors as it is for everyone else. Age is a key consideration when choosing egg donors. Younger donors reportedly had much higher rates of pregnancy success.
Donors go through ovarian stimulation, then have their mature eggs removed. Following retrieval, the sperm of the male partner (or sperm from a donor) fertilizes the eggs in a laboratory. Within a few days, the recipient’s uterus receives the embryo(s), which has already undergone the necessary pre-treatment.
The donor must go through a comprehensive physical examination that includes a pelvic exam, blood work to check for infectious diseases, the Rh factor, blood type, and hormone levels, and an ultrasound to look at the ovaries, uterus, and other pelvic organs. To screen for any diseases, a three-generation family history is also necessary. Donors are frequently subjected to genetic testing to make sure they don’t have any mutations that might be passed on to the child.
The donor starts the donation cycle, which normally lasts three to six weeks, when all tests are completed and a legal contract is signed.
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