Human egg (oocyte) donation was first introduced in 1983 and has evolved over the past 30 years into a relatively common procedure that addresses a variety of reproductive disorders. This method has provided key insights into the physiology and pathophysiology of reproduction. Furthermore, techniques introduced by egg donation, such as schemes for adequate hormonal preparation of the uterus for synchronizing embryos with a receptive endometrium, have been successfully applied to other fertility therapies, including the management of patients with cryopreserved embryos for transfer and those requiring in vitro maturation of immature oocytes (IVM).
“Gestational surrogacy” also known as “IVF surrogacy” or “full surrogacy” is a treatment option for infertile women with certain clearly defined medical problems, for which they are[...]MORE
Coordination procedure with the donor
REA Fertility & IVF Unit carefully coordinates the donor and recipient or surrogate mother (GC) so that the recipient / surrogate mother is ready to receive donor eggs at the designated[...]MORE
Profile of egg donors
Egg donation represents a remarkable breakthrough in fertility treatment for women who cannot conceive with their own eggs. Candidates for egg donation programs include women in[...]MORE