Egg donation treatment

Fertility Seminars

Donor egg treatment involves three people: the egg donor, the egg recipient and the egg recipient’s partner or a sperm donor. We are happy to treat egg recipients up to the age of 51. You have the same high chance of having a baby through egg donation whether you have your own cycle or not, whether you are 25 or 49. In recent years, we have maintained above 60% clinical pregnancy rate and  49% live birth rate by our international patients. I believe there are almost no “bad” or “unpromising” egg donation recipients. We have proven methods and medications to enable us to prepare any egg donation recipient properly.

We are happy to treat egg recipients up to the age of 51. As an egg donation recipient, you have the same high chance per attempt to become pregnant whether you are aged 30 or 50, whether you have a regular cycle or you are in the menopause. If you are in your late 40s and your general health is good, you can as successfully carry your pregnancy to term and deliver a live baby as a healthy 30-year-old woman. The average live birth weight in our 40- to 49-year-old international patient group is 3300g in singletons and 2650g in twins. In the last few years, we have succeeded in maintaining above 60% clinical pregnancy rate and a 49% live birth rate after transferring 2 embryos on day 5. 87.5% of our patients achieve a live birth within 3 donor stimulations.

In my 10 years of experience of carrying out egg donation treatment, the results by my patients lead to the same conclusion: there are almost no “bad” or “unpromising” egg donation recipients. I believe that only if there are serious general health problems that make pregnancy inadvisable, or (very rarely) severe, untreatable conditions within the uterus or if there is no uterus at all, we have to say no to egg donation. In all other cases, we have proven methods and medications to enable us to prepare any egg donation recipient properly.