Donor egg IVF is one of the treatments offered to couples in whom the woman is having low egg count or poor egg quality. These egg related issues are also called poor ovarian reserve and ore often diagnoses with a low AMH test report.

Woman beyond the age of 35 to 38 years have a natural tendency to decreased fertility. In case of several failed attempts with basic treatments like IUI, we suggest that the woman should get her ovarian reserve checked. In cases of poor ovarian reserve, we counsel the couple to the different treatment options possible and their probability of success. Couples may choose to proceed with IVF using their own eggs or to proceed with donor egg IVF. Every couple is given an individualized treatment based on their ovarian reserve tests and couple’s choices.

Women may opt for donor egg IVF if there have been several failed IVF attempts and poor embryo quality.

Couples also opt for donor egg IVF in cases of repeated miscarriages and the cause has been unknown. One of the most common reason for these repeated miscarriages is poor genetics of the embryo due to genetic disorders in the husband’s sperms and the wife’s eggs. In this case, the couple also opts for donor sperms to be combined with the donor eggs in order to get a genetically healthy child.

Single men who want to be single parents, may also opt for donor eggs for surrogacy. These donor eggs are combined with the father’s own sperms so that he can have his own genetic child.

Donor eggs are sourced from certified ART banks and the identity of the couple as well as the donor is preserved. The donor eggs are thoroughly tested for any infectious diseases and abnormalities.