Egg Donor in India – its role and fertility treatment

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Several infertility treatments are easily available today for all the couples, yet infertility is observed as a serious medical problem. In case, an infertile couple cannot use their eggs for in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment then women may opt for egg donation as they are unable to produce their own eggs.

Seed ART Bank, a leading egg donation agency in India, owes a huge database of egg donors to fulfill many dreams of parenthood.

Egg donation, also called “oocyte donation,” helps in successful pregnancy for women suffering from dysfunctional ovaries or other medical issues affecting egg production. The eggs donated from our agency by young and healthy donors assure higher pregnancy rates.

Egg donor profiles in India are anonymous. Seed Art Bank is affiliated with reputed fertility clinics where perfectly-matched egg donors are selected for the intended parents.

Every case of egg donor always remains confidential on both ends. Once the donor suits the intended parent’s needs, the egg donation begins. The women (egg donor) undergoes ovary stimulation, receives her compensation after the completion of the egg donation process. Our egg donors never check whether their eggs resulted in positive pregnancy.

Donor Eggs in Fertility Treatments

Egg donation has become highly common becoming more common, especially, among women above 40. According to a recent study, in 2010, about 11% of all assisted reproductive technologies follow egg donation. Egg donation and sometimes, the use of embryo donors allow an infertile woman to carry a child and give birth. If you are experiencing any of the below conditions, you may be perfect candidate for egg donation as follows :

  • Premature ovarian failure: a condition where menopause has occurred, much earlier than usual, typically before the age of 40.
  • Diminished ovarian reserve means low quality eggs. This often occurs due to age as fertility drops off steeply after 40 years of age.
  • Genetically-transmitted diseases transferred to your child.
  • Pre-IVF failures, particularly, when your doctor says the quality of eggs is poor.