Victoria International IVF Center

(A unit of Ankur Fertility Centre)

Now available in Hebrew and Japanese

Sourcing of donor embryos can be broadly categorized into two groups.
 
Firstly ,when we perform IVF and ICSI procedures, young women often produce many eggs and therefore many embryos. The embryos that remain surplus after we transfer the requisite embryos into that woman’s uterus, are stored. We do this by a process called ‘Vitrification’ and then freezing them in liquid nitrogen at minus-196 degree Celsius.If the parents get pregnant,they often agree to donate their surplus embryos to other infertile couples to enable them to start their families.
 
Secondly, the embryos are derived from donor’s eggs fertilized by anonymous donor sperms .We will be pleased to find you an egg donor as we have many healthy young fertile fully evaluated and properly counselled donors on our list, who have beenproperlyscreened for infectious diseases like hepatitis and AIDS and also medically tested for their fertility potential In order to enable us to select the best egg donor for you ,you need to send us your photo and your physical characteristics (we will provide you the format for your basic data and physical characteristics, you just have to fill it up and mail back to us.) The selected matching egg donor will be then stimulated exclusively for you, ensuring a high success rate. Egg donation in our clinic is anonymous and confidential ,which means that the donor and the recipient would never meet. If you have any special requirements for an egg donor, we will advertise on your behalf and find someone who matches your wishlist, however it will involve an additional cost.

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