For some women IVF treatment using donor eggs offers an opportunity to achieve a pregnancy that would not otherwise be possible. There are many different reasons why you may need to use donor eggs, whether it be age, ovarian failure or previous medical treatment that has directly affected your fertility.

We are delighted to offer the full range of egg donation treatments including donated eggs available now through our own dedicated Egg Bank, the first of it’s kind in the UK.
We provide mature donated eggs from young, healthy, fertile, fully screened donors immediately available with no waiting lists for treatment.

There are 5 reasons why we are truly different:

1Outstanding success rates

2No waiting lists

3Donor characteristic matching

4Personal assistance of care coordinators

5Transparent pricing

These are the 6 easy steps to receive your donor eggs for IVF

1 Initial appointment wih our Donation Coordinator

2 Appointment with the Consultant Gynaecologist

3 Appointment with the Specialist Fertility Counsellor

4 Screening tests and other tests

5 Matching the recipient with the donor with assistance of the Donation Coordinator

6 Consenting and scheduling the treatment cycle with the Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Nurse

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Our success rates

One of the key considerations to decide the right clinic for you is the success rate. At the Reproductive Health Group we prefer to culture the great majority of embryos to blastocyst stage for transfer and we only freeze blastocysts for future use in frozen cycles. We believe that this approach is crucial to achieve consistently high results for all our patients, irrespective of using own eggs or donor frozen eggs.

Clinical pregnancy rates per embryo transfer – January to December 2016
All age groups, and blastocyst transfer only.
Per embryo transfer45%
(15/33)
Per completed egg donation cycle
(includes fresh and frozen blastocysts)
63%
(17/27)

IVF with donor eggs treatment packages

We aim to make our fees clear and transparent. The costs for treatment using frozen eggs from our egg bank are outlined below but each patient receives an individualised cost plan tailored to the care they will undergo before starting any treatment with us.

8 Eggs£76502 high quality embryos guaranteed
12 Eggs£92501 blastocyst guaranteed
16 Eggs£108502 blastocysts guaranteed

Includes: matching, counselling, medications teach, monitoring scans, 8-16 mature frozen eggs (depends on choice and availability), sperm preparation, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation, HFEA fee.

Excludes: recipient pre-treatment consultations and scans, recipient routine screening tests, semen analysis, medications, embryos freezing and storage, PGS.

How does the IVF with donor eggs process work?

What is egg donation

In a donor egg IVF cycle, donated eggs are fertilised with sperm from either your partner or from a sperm donor before being replaced back into your womb. At the UK Donor Egg Bank we have frozen donor eggs available to use immediately so there is no need to go through the stressful process of synchronising your menstrual cycle with that of a potential donor before treatment can start.

Who benefits from egg donation

There can be many different reasons why you may need to use donor eggs for IVF. These can include:

  • Premature menopause or ovarian failure
  • Not producing any eggs of your own
  • Poor quality of the eggs that you are producing.
  • Previous surgery or treatment affecting your fertility
  • A risk of passing on any genetic conditions

Some of these factors can be age related and egg donation is often the best option for women once they reach their 40’s.

Getting started with egg donation

Donor eggs from the UK Donor Egg Bank are immediately available. The time between deciding to use donor eggs and matching with a suitable egg donor of your choice can be as short as a couple of weeks. At the UK Donor Egg Bank there are already frozen donor eggs obtained from fertile egg donors and ready to use.

Our Egg DonorsOur Donors

All of our donors are young, healthy, fully screened and of proven fertility. They are required to provide a full medical history for themselves and their family to safeguard you and/or your baby from any potential heriditary or genetic conditions. We ensure that all documentation, screening and consenting complies fully with the regulations of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA).

All donors are screened for the following:

  • HIV I&II and P24 antigen
  • Hepatitis B surface antigen + Hepatitis B core antibody
  • Hepatitis C antibodies
  • Rubella
  • Full blood count
  • AMH (anti-Mullerian hormone)
  • Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Urine Chlamydia
  • Karyotype
  • HTLV I and II
  • FT4 & TSH
  • Blood Group
  • Syphilis

A patient’s view on egg donation

We feel incredibly lucky to have Noah in our lives. After a difficult journey of miscarriages and unsuccessful IVF treatment, Noah was conceived through egg donation. The most amazing gift of hope and life from a lovely donor. Mr Nardo’s thorough personal investigations identified an issue that other clinics had overlooked. And the care of the RHG team for both us and the lovely lady donating made our treatment feel special giving us the best possible chance and a beautiful baby boy. A huge thank you!

Egg Donation for IVF

Request more information about egg donation for IVF

If you are interested in becoming an egg donor recipient, please contact us using the form below and our egg donation co-ordinator will contact you within one working day. Alternatively, please call us on +44 (0)1925 202180.

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