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Egg donation in Russia

Postby Lanarsa » Mon Dec 07, 2015 11:37 am

Hi, everybody. I had several IVF cycles with my own eggs with no success. Recently I've done IVF with donor eggs in Russia in Altravita and I got pregnant with donor eggs... Does anybody have children from egg donors? Does it feels the same like with own cheldren? I am so exited and at the same time so nervous about it...
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Re: Egg donation in Russia

Postby lockie » Mon Dec 21, 2015 9:34 pm

Is clinic based in Moscow? If I am not wrong, the clinic has high success rates and good reviews. Do you mean this clinic? If you want to discuss eg you can look at fertilityfriends co uk and check out dedicated threads or international boards with Altravita comments and reviews.
I cannot help you as just now considering ivf abroad, but you can ask other ladies there or on other forums, they are very supportive. Healthy pregnancy!
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Re: Egg donation in Russia

Postby mom88 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 12:06 pm

lockie wrote:Is clinic based in Moscow? If I am not wrong, the clinic has high success rates and good reviews. Do you mean this clinic? If you want to discuss eg you can look at fertilityfriends co uk and check out dedicated threads or international boards with Altravita comments and reviews.
I cannot help you as just now considering ivf abroad, but you can ask other ladies there or on other forums, they are very supportive. Healthy pregnancy!


Hello ! I'm also interested in the information, please post updates if any, tnx !
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Re: Egg donation in Russia

Postby xenia » Thu Dec 01, 2016 12:43 pm

mom88-I haven't made a decision yet, sorry
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Re: Egg donation in Russia

Postby gwinnyblack » Mon Jan 16, 2017 9:41 am

personally I was choosing between my clinic and Russian one. but russian clinics are really not popular and i haven't seen anyone talking about them and especially saying anything good. so I am not sure that it is even good decision in the first place. plus. do they have any similar contracts to biotex's ones? *biotex is the clinic in Ukraine, the most popular one.
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Re: Egg donation in Russia

Postby xenia » Mon Jan 16, 2017 2:02 pm

gwinnyblack - you would find lots positive comments on Russian ivf clinics on fertilityfriends and eggdonationfriends com Btw Altra Vita perfectly tailors ivf and ivf de treatment to meet individual needs.x
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Re: Egg donation in Russia

Postby lanabanana » Sun Jan 29, 2017 11:24 pm

Hello dear! To be honest I had mixed feelings about de ivf. I had so many thoughts in my head and it was hard to decide. I have pcos and treatment didn't work for me. So I had no other choice but to use donor eggs to get pregnant. We used clinic in Ukraine which is called biotexcom.

I gave birth to 2 beautiful girls in November 2016. I have no feeling my babies are not mine genetically. To be honest I had some doubts. I didn't know how I feel about the procedure. I thought maybe I should wait and try something else. But we'd found out that the likelihood of having our own children was practically zero. So ivf with donor egg was our last and only one option. I have a very 'modern' family with step parents/brothers/sisters, half siblings and step nieces and nephews etc. Genetics really means nothing to me. People who raise and love you are your true family.

In the beginning my dh wasn't fully on board. We had some very serious arguments about the procedure. But when he found out I was pregnant everything in him changed! These are our children and will always be ours. It's such a hard decision to make, I know. Only you will ever know if it was right for you or not as it's not right for some people. I look at it like at usual treatment of infertility. Doctors just help you a little bit. And then you carry/ give birth/ raise - do what usual parents do.

We still haven't decided whether or not we'll ever tell the babies about the donor. But we're definitely not telling anyone else how we came to be pregnant. It's only our business. I don't see something super special in it so everyone should know. These babies are mine. I really feel it and I don't make myself to do so) I really hope you will find what you're looking for! If you have some questions, please ask whatever you need)
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