This blog post by Dr. Massey explains that the Augment Procedure may help slow the biological clock in women who have IVF failure.
We cover many egg donation topics in this resource section.
In Sept. 2015 an esteemed group of leaders from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) gathered to discuss access to fertility care.
The process and success rates of IVF have been improved with the use of intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
It is not unusual to consider using a friend or family member’s eggs, what is called a “known” or “compassionate” donor. This can work very well as long as the participants follow the expert’s guidelines for success.
EDA egg freezing offers availability and wide donor selection from abroad promising high success rates without excess of frozen embryos, at much lower cost.
There are three main topics to address to adjust to becoming an egg donor recipient: the emotional hurdle of using donor eggs for IVF, telling friends & family and sharing with your egg-donor child.
Considering using donor eggs for IVF creates a wide range of thoughts and emotions in both men and women. The words of these egg donor recipient families are raw, real and reveal that everyone approaches the process of from different perspectives.
The majority of egg donor recipients are doing so for age-related infertility and face more risks than regular IVF and are more likely to have disorders that put their pregnancies at risk.
Making the decision to move forward with egg donation IVF tends to be more of a process than quick decision and egg donation offers a number of benefits if the couple can afford for time to pass.
Typically, women over 38 have low ovarian reserve and AMH. Choosing when to stop IVF and use donor eggs is subjective and the tipping point is different for everyone.
The number one reason a woman becomes a recipient of eggs is age-related infertility, but loss of ovarian function, genetic illness and recurring pregnancy loss are also reasons.
Read this book presenting the basic facts of anonymous donor conception in a simple, but loving manner and help children understand their family origins.
Reproductive technology helps with having a baby, but raises questions for moms, dads, donors & surrogates talking openly with children about family origins.
This book discusses important issues, questions and answers single mothers face from finances, to custody, to dating and, most importantly, their children.
This engaging story interweaves conversations between siblings, making it clear to every child that whoever makes up your family, it is perfectly normal.
This children's book for single moms celebrating love, life and choice. Natalie sets off on a journey to find a special treasure: a little baby, born with with the help of a donor.
This essential picture book for single-parent families uses heart and humor in an engaging story to discuss quirks & challenges faced every day for both parents and children.