Egg donation is the process by which a woman donates eggs to enable another woman to conceive as part of an assisted reproduction treatment or for biomedical research.
At atlasCARE IVF in the Republic of Georgia, our expert IVF specialists assist patients in the donor selection process, coordinate all screening and cycle overviews for both donor and recipient, and provide caring support throughout the step by step donor process.
How do you select my egg donor?
atlasCARE IVF has one of the most elite egg donor databases to-date. Our donors undergo a very detailed screening before joining our egg donation program. This is to ensure they are fertile and free from any genetic/infectious diseases. Our coordinator will also send you a link and password where you can view our egg donor database online.
How long do I need to stay in Georgia for my IVF with egg donation treatment?
Your time in Georgia:
Option 1: If you want to be in Georgia from beginning to the end of your endometrium preparation process, then you need to be in Georgia on day 2 of your menstrual period and stay for about 17-19 days depending on your egg development.
Option 2: You can start the treatment in your home town and come to Georgia for a shorter time – approx for 7-9 days.
Please Note: Male Partner can stay for only 1 or 2 days to deposit his sperm.
We send you a detailed treatment protocol with guidelines that shows you which medication to use or when to see your fertility specialist, etc.
Although I do not use my eggs, should I still do any tests?
Yes, you should perform tests. We need some of the hormonal tests, infectious blood tests, full blood count, blood type from the female partner.
We need infectious blood tests, sperm analysis test and blood group from the male partner.
Please contact our IVF Coordinator to get more detailed information.
Do you do egg sharing? Can I freeze the extra eggs?
We do not do egg sharing. All the eggs retrieved from your egg donor belongs to you. We can freeze the extra eggs or embryos at our clinic.
Am I an appropriate candidate for Egg Donation IVF?
Egg Donation is for women:
* Absence of ovaries
* with poor egg quality
* diminished ovarian reserve
* with premature menopause
* with premature ovarian failure
* who have previously failed multiple IVF attempts
* women who received chemo or radiation therapy for cancer treatment.
What is the success rate on Egg Donation IVF?
Our success rate for IVF with Egg Donation is 85%.