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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby jessiep12 » Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:19 pm

Hello dear! I hope you find this at your good. Fortunately, egg donors are not hard to find once you contact a clinic for this matter. Have you consulted your doctor in this regard? I believe that you need to contact a clinic for this matter, send them your medical history and your full medical report. There are different centers that provide egg donation to the patients. There are many women who have undergone this procedure. The finest clinic will provide the best donor match for you. It depends on which clinic you choose for this procedure. From my personal experience, I had low egg counts and the nature of my eggs wasn't good enough for fertilization. I was referred to IVF by my RE. Hopefully, it worked for me on the first attempt. I didn't need donor's egg for eggs retrieval. However in your case, if the doctor has recommended you to go through this procedure. Then you must research for the best clinics available for this procedure. Make sure they provide quality treatment and assurance of desired results. Clinics in Europe may be the best option for you as they provide quality at an affordable cost of the services they provide. I wish you all the best. Keep us updated xx
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby xenia » Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:05 pm

Then you must research for the best clinics available for this procedure.

The well-know fact that the best IVF clinics are based in the US, and they are the most expensive. European clinics also get high success rates and offer excellent treatment at pocket-friendly prices, particularly IVF clinics in Czech Rep, Poland, Spain, Greece and Cyprus.
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby Ghost » Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:14 pm

xenia wrote:
Then you must research for the best clinics available for this procedure.

The well-know fact that the best IVF clinics are based in the US, and they are the most expensive. European clinics also get high success rates and offer excellent treatment at pocket-friendly prices, particularly IVF clinics in Czech Rep, Poland, Spain, Greece and Cyprus.


Pretty much true.
Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian centers pay shills to post here under numerous sock accounts pretending to be patients in Ukraine. Centers using such deceptive advertising cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby MerryS-r » Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:39 am

Hi guys!
I worked with Ukrainian agency Babyboom clinic.
They offer IVF with egg donation and Surrogacy programs without age limitations.
Thanks to them, I am 4 months pregnant.
Good luck to everyone!
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby Ghost » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:26 pm

MerryS-r wrote:Hi guys!
I worked with Ukrainian...


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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby Daizy4727 » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:52 am

If you can’t conceive naturally then donor egg is the right decision for you. Not me, but one of my friends had undergone the ivf. She had got it from the biotexcom which is a licensed clinic and offers the different packages for the treatments which are affordable. But her two cycle were failed due to some health issue.But she never lost the hope and gave her one more chance.Most probably, the success rates of any treatment depend upon your health conditions. After healing her health issues by fertile medications that had been prescribed by her doctor, she found the success in the third cycle of IVF. So If your sister had refused to donate the eggs then you don't need to worried about it. If you want you can also search about the clinic from where my friend had got the IVF, the package which she got for treatment included all the cost of the complete process until she found the success.Rather than it, There is number of a clinic that offers a list of the donors for egg donation. But before starting any treatment, search about the clinic and its success rates. Hope you get the desired results. Good luck.
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby Ghost » Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:49 pm

Daizy4727 wrote:If you can’t conceive naturally then donor egg is the right decision for you.


No.

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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby miranda3 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 6:53 pm

I have two DE conceived babies who are the light of my life. I have absolutely zero regrets whatsoever. We used an anonymous donor. The process was very smooth. It cost us about 5k per each ivf approx all in and we used fresh embryos. Not expensive plus we saved some money for our babies. Ivf with de is amazing and my darlings are the most precious gift I've ever received. My donor is my hero. There are so many clinics in Europe which have high success rates. I wish you all the luck in the world.
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby Millia » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:08 pm

Thanks to all of you for your replies! I'm so grateful you didn't just path by and shared your experiences with me. I'm so glad to know donor eggs worked for you! I will look more into countries you've mentioned. How exactly did you pick up your donors? How much attempts of ivf did you have? And which one was successful? I'm so sorry for so many questions! I hope you will help me to clarify the process! Thank you in advance!
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby miranda3 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:12 pm

Millia wrote:Thanks to all of you for your replies! I'm so grateful you didn't just path by and shared your experiences with me. I'm so glad to know donor eggs worked for you! I will look more into countries you've mentioned. How exactly did you pick up your donors? How much attempts of ivf did you have? And which one was successful? I'm so sorry for so many questions! I hope you will help me to clarify the process! Thank you in advance!


Hi again, the clinic I chose selects the donor for you. But different clinics have different approaches. I wasn't concerned about physical characteristics. Everyone says my daughter looks like me and that my son looks like his dad. Many clinics give you a choice. So that might be something you would consider when selecting a clinic. My first full cycle was successful (mine are twins). I had one cancelled cycle before. That was because I had problems with my lining due to medication I was on. I can't recommend the process highly enough. It was a dream which came true.
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby JessicaJJ » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:30 pm

Don't beat yourself up! It is a very hard decision to make. I'd recommend you go for counselling to discuss whether it's right for you before you go down this road, although I think most clinics stipulate you having to do counselling anyway. I can completely relate to the feeling of feeling it isn't right for you and the only way you could really consider it was if your sister donated her eggs to you. I felt this way too, and funnily my sister offered before I even asked. Initially I was thrilled but the more I thought about it the more I realised I would actually prefer an identifiable stranger donor. I didn't want my child’s aunty to be their donor mum. I felt that would be too weird and confusing for my child and for their cousins. Also I realised the reason I was hung up on my sister doing it was because of how much I was struggling with having no genetic link with my child. The idea that my child would not carry my genetics was hard. Now though I realise that your child even if they are genetically linked to you, may not look like you, they may look like their dad, or gran or cousin. So I soon felt a stranger donor was the best option. It took me about a year to finally realise donor egg was our best option and to be happy with that.
Our clinic finds a donor for you based on what you pick as important to you with regards to physical attributes, proven fertility, age, etc. For us things like physical attributes were not important as we plan to tell our child about where they come from, but proven fertility, BMI, age...these can affect the likelihood of success, so they were vitally important to us. We decided not to use UK clinics as our child can then trace their donor if they wish to when they are old enough. We felt that was unnecessary.
I agree with Miranda the donors are heroes. I'm so grateful we live in an age where the door isn't shut on our chance to have a family. You will get your head around the idea, just give yourself time and talk it through with a counsellor. Like I say I'm delighted I finally had the sense to give up on my own dodgy eggs and move to DE. It's a cliche but you are only taking an egg... A single cell, the baby that you produce will be yours. Your body nourishes it, feeds it, keeps it safe and warm and love. It hears your heartbeat and your voice every day. It wouldn't turn out to be that same child in anyones body but yours. Epigenetics means that your body determines which genes are switched on and off... So you aren't just an incubator. You are the mum.
This is my 1st go with DE, so I don't have a success story to share and I can't tell you how I'll feel after the birth, but I can tell you my initial fear and rejection of the very idea of DE has turned to excitement. Just give yourself time.
Good luck with whatever you decide...xxx
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby mell009 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:38 pm

Doing de ivf was and is the single best decision I have ever made! Go for it! It is a single cell that your body nourishes into a human being and you give birth too and raise. We went anonymous. I didn't see a picture of my donor. I wasn't bothered about appearance etc. I’m a believer of nurture over nature. I have an older oe child and both are the mirror image of each other. I feel the same for both. I have a strong bond with them both. My child who is de actually is more like me in terms of temperament! My parents get all emotional as my child reminds them so much of one of my siblings as a baby! Now I never had a doubt or a wobble. When it was presented to us as a means to have a second child I jumped at it! I had a 3 % chance of my eggs working. So I wasn't willing to go through that. I believe that my child was the one I was meant to have.
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Re: donor eggs, how to find donor?

Postby KatjaNovak » Fri May 04, 2018 12:00 pm

I recommend going to a fertility clinic.. the whole process is much more easy with someone who knows how to do it.. and there are several great companies, some in countries you would not even think about.. for example my story got me to the Ukraine, to a company named ilaya (http://www.ilaya.com/), they were very helpful. For a long a difficult process having specialists who know how to explain and keep you calm is very important. Start researching, here or on other sites about various clinics, and choose the one most suited for you..
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