Discussion group for those interested in egg donation, egg sharing and embryo donation.
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nora253 wrote:Hi there dear. As far as the donor is concerned, many clinics will offer those, I think. However, the bigger issue is whether you wil be abe to carry or not? Have you considered opting for surrogacy instead? This way your age won't be a problem. There is a clinic in Ukraine which offers great surrogacy services. You could look into that.
She has not posted in 5 months, so your advertisement for a clinic in Ukraine is wasted. Besides that, she has no need for surrogacy, so that would be an entirely wasted expense in her case.
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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lynniecat wrote:Hi All,
I have one child. I used IVF and my own eggs for her. I really want a second child now and realize I will need donor eggs. I tried with my own 5 years ago but was unsuccessful. I can't shake the need for a second child.
Is it too late. Are their clinics where the recipient can be older?
Though not all the clinics attend to menopausal women for assisted fertility procedures some do and they usually have a high success rate. I don't see a reason as to why there should be any problem for you to find a clinic that offers donor aided IVF for women of your age... you might just have to dig a little further. Considering you're 51 it's better to hurry as even though you're going for IVF a lot of other fine tweaks might be required physiologically to push-up the chance of success for you. If you're interested in reproductive tourism maybe you can try to have a conversation over your possibilities with the client representative at Lotus Clinic in Kiev, Ukraine. One of my close friends have had success with them and I'm quite sure they attend to older women. Plus, they have an own large pool of donors which might save you time as well as be somewhat more assuring than what you can buy in biobanks. It's important to consider the time frame as you need to expedite on having a baby to minimise the chance of further complications. Wish you all the luck in the world for success!
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Ukrainains advertise their clinics as the only ones that will treat women of age. For ivf and surrogacy. Does not matter. They either do not have the age ban or it still allows women up to 60 to undergo such treatments if their health state is fine.
I have been told that there are a lot of older couples who seek surrogacy at our clinic. We were not the only ones at the age of 50+ who signed with world center of baby. It is our agency. I totally recommend contacting them if you are interested in such services.
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I would recommend checking their reviews and contacting them to know all details you need. Hope this helps x