Donor Cycle

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What is a donor cycle?

Some women need donated eggs or eggs from other women. We have listed a few reasons:

Egg donation is the process wherein the eggs from obtained from an egg donor when a woman has run out of eggs which could be due to various reasons.

  • Women who are above 40 years and do not have eggs.
  • Women with ovaries which have been removed for other reasons or destroyed by endometriosis.
  • Women who have some genetic diseases and are at risk of transmitting their problem to the offspring.

Our egg donation process has a stringent donor screening system wherein they are screened for infections and we take a detailed history to identify and genetic disease.

What is the success rate of egg donation?

The success rate of donor egg IVF is about 55-60% and almost 80-90% after four repeated treatment cycles.

Egg donation is obtaining eggs from an egg donor and this is indicated when a woman has run out of eggs – maybe because of her age or sometimes when there is premature ovarian failure in younger aged women.

It may also be advised in women who have repeated poor quality eggs, repeated miscarriages, repeated implantation failure or in women who have a genetic problem.

You might wonder how we select donors. Donors are young women usually less than 28 years of age.

They are fertile, they’ve usually had one or two children of their own and we screen them for infections and take a detailed history pulling out any genetic disease and that’s how we select a donor.

Once the egg donor is selected and matched with the recipient, then we stimulate the donor.

We start stimulation injections on day two for a period of about ten days and encourage her follicles to grow and then retrieve the eggs and fertilize the eggs with the husband’s sperm as I spoke about in the IVF treatment discussion and once embryos are made we freeze them for later use.

We then prepare the endometrium of the recipient by a special method and then transfer these frozen embryos.

Donor Cycle Journey

Donor Cycle Procedure

What is a donor cycle?

Some women need donated eggs or eggs from other women. We have listed a few reasons:

Egg donation is the process wherein the eggs from obtained from an egg donor when a woman has run out of eggs which could be due to various reasons.

  • Women who are above 40 years and do not have eggs.
  • Women with ovaries which have been removed for other reasons or destroyed by endometriosis.
  • Women who have some genetic diseases and are at risk of transmitting their problem to the offspring.

Our egg donation process has a stringent donor screening system wherein they are screened for infections and we take a detailed history to identify and genetic disease.

What is the success rate of egg donation?

The success rate of donor egg IVF is about 55-60% and almost 80-90% after four repeated treatment cycles.

Egg donation is obtaining eggs from an egg donor and this is indicated when a woman has run out of eggs – maybe because of her age or sometimes when there is premature ovarian failure in younger aged women.

It may also be advised in women who have repeated poor quality eggs, repeated miscarriages, repeated implantation failure or in women who have a genetic problem.

You might wonder how we select donors. Donors are young women usually less than 28 years of age.

They are fertile, they’ve usually had one or two children of their own and we screen them for infections and take a detailed history pulling out any genetic disease and that’s how we select a donor.

Once the egg donor is selected and matched with the recipient, then we stimulate the donor.

We start stimulation injections on day two for a period of about ten days and encourage her follicles to grow and then retrieve the eggs and fertilize the eggs with the husband’s sperm as I spoke about in the IVF treatment discussion and once embryos are made we freeze them for later use.

We then prepare the endometrium of the recipient by a special method and then transfer these frozen embryos.

Donor Cycle Journey

Donor Cycle Procedure

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Jananam Fertility has developed all of its medical services, procedures, patient care systems, and infrastructure with the patient in mind. We have the best success rates (pregnancies and live births) while maintaining the strictest safety requirements.

Egg Donation / Donor Cycle FAQ's

What is the best age for an egg donor?

The ideal age for an egg donor is between the ages of 21 and 30. However, many egg donor agencies will not accept a new donor into their pool over the age of 29, since it can sometimes take up to a few months to get chosen by an intended parent.

Can you still have kids after donating eggs?

Yes, you can still get pregnant after donating your eggs. Although there are a few side effects that can occur in very rare instances, the egg retrieval process will not impact your future fertility, and most women who have donated their eggs go on to have healthy pregnancies

What happens to your body after you donate eggs?

It's essential that you take stock of your physical symptoms after your egg retrieval procedure, even though it's likely you'll be able to return to your normal routine shortly afterward. Most egg donors report abdominal cramping, some bleeding, and constipation – symptoms similar to those of menstruation

What is egg donation. How does it work?

Egg donation is a method of assisted reproduction in which a woman donates her eggs (oocytes) which are used to help another woman have a baby. Donor eggs may be combined with the male partner's sperm or with donor sperm.

Can I donate my eggs if I'm overweight?

There are several requirements that egg donor needs to meet before they can donate. As well as being between the ages of 18 to 30 and in good physical and mental health, egg donors need to be height and weight proportionate and have a BMI that's lower than 33.

Are you asleep during egg retrieval?

Egg retrieval involves a surgical procedure with a mild sedative (called twilight anesthesia) given through an IV. The person will breathe on their own throughout the surgery, but they won't remember or feel anything

Is egg donation painful?

The egg retrieval is done under sedation so a donor will not experience pain during the procedure. After the procedure, a donor will generally feel tired from the sedation and she may experience some bleeding and/or cramping. This usually goes away by the next day but can last up to a week or longer.

How do I prepare my body for egg donation?
  • Eating a healthy diet.
  • Getting a moderate amount of exercise.
  • Avoiding tobacco, recreational drugs, and alcohol.

What qualities make a good egg donor?

The ideal egg donor candidate will have good fertility health. This means that she should have two functioning ovaries and regular menstrual periods. Furthermore, she should be between the ages of 21 and 31, as this is the time in a woman's life in which she is likely the most fertile.

Does egg donation cause weight gain?

Donors can gain approximately 3-5 pounds in weight due to an increase in the size of their ovaries and associated fluid retention (taller women may gain more). This is temporary and should resolve completely following your first period after your donor cycle is complete.

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