Requirements for the donors

Requirements for the donors

Postby Jess on 19 Oct 2015, 22:58

Choosing a donor is very important. You need to know general requirements. First of all, the age must be between 18 and 25. Donor must have an ideal physical health and perfect mental health. The donor and family members mustn't have any genetic diseases. Maybe somebody knows any other important requiremments?
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Re: Requirements for the donors

Postby Rosy78 on 24 Oct 2015, 22:12

Speaking about pros, first we must understand that donor eggs come from fertile women, who are usually 25 or 30 years old. Remember you in this age. You were healthier, without having any gynecological problems. So, the age of a donor is really important. Of course, she mustn’t have any genetic illnesses.
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Re: Requirements for the donors

Postby Lettue on 27 Oct 2015, 23:25

You have to understand that donors do it for two only reasons: monetary or altruistic, or both. In some countries there are some requirements for donors to remain anonymous. But before the procedure, you will choose the donor from the large database. Donor visit psychologist who will assure you that donor is mentally prepared to the procedure.
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Re: Requirements for the donors

Postby NasTy on 27 Oct 2015, 23:31

It is very important to choose a good donor. Before the procedure some medical examinations must be taken. They are: pelvic exam, blood draw. It will check donor’s hormone levels. Also it will be a test for infectious diseases and Rh factor. Also, blood type, of course.
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Re: Requirements for the donors

Postby Renata on 10 Jul 2016, 14:32

Hi, all! Before went to Biotexcom clinic and applied for ivf with donor egg there we’d got a list of questions to ask them as for donor requirements and egg quality. I guess it’s not completed but it really helps to make a head or tail of how the procedure of donor selection is organized. :geek:
Who are the donors if anonymous?
Are donors used legal residents of the country you’re going to apply for treatment in?
What is the age of the donor?
Does the clinic allow you to use the donor you bring into the program or do they require other options?
How many times can a donor be used?
Is the donor tested for the AIDS virus, CMV, hepatitis A and B, chlamydia, venereal disease, syphilis, serum karotyping and blood type and day 3 FSH? Is a drug screen done on the donor?
If you are using a donor from a donor egg matching program, and the donor has been tested by them, will the IVF clinic require additional or duplicate testing at their lab?
Are all eggs from one donor used for one recipient or are the eggs split between recipients? If they are split how are they divided? Is there a primary and secondary recipient?
How many eggs are guaranteed a recipient and, if there are less, is the fee reduced?
How long are medical records kept on the donor? Is the donor aware that, as in adoption, laws may change that could allow the child access to information about the donor at a specific age?
Does the clinic maintain contact with the donor? (I guess this is important if we think we would want to use the donor again in the future.)
Good luck to all of you, lovelies ;) Xxx
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Re: Requirements for the donors

Postby Grace on 13 Apr 2017, 12:11

Renata wrote:Hi, all! Before went to Biotexcom clinic and applied for ivf with donor egg there we’d got a list of questions to ask them as for donor requirements and egg quality. I guess it’s not completed but it really helps to make a head or tail of how the procedure of donor selection is organized. :geek:
Who are the donors if anonymous?
Are donors used legal residents of the country you’re going to apply for treatment in?
What is the age of the donor?
Does the clinic allow you to use the donor you bring into the program or do they require other options?
How many times can a donor be used?
Is the donor tested for the AIDS virus, CMV, hepatitis A and B, chlamydia, venereal disease, syphilis, serum karotyping and blood type and day 3 FSH? Is a drug screen done on the donor?
If you are using a donor from a donor egg matching program, and the donor has been tested by them, will the IVF clinic require additional or duplicate testing at their lab?
Are all eggs from one donor used for one recipient or are the eggs split between recipients? If they are split how are they divided? Is there a primary and secondary recipient?
How many eggs are guaranteed a recipient and, if there are less, is the fee reduced?
How long are medical records kept on the donor? Is the donor aware that, as in adoption, laws may change that could allow the child access to information about the donor at a specific age?
Does the clinic maintain contact with the donor? (I guess this is important if we think we would want to use the donor again in the future.)
Good luck to all of you, lovelies ;) Xxx

Aw, thank you for such an informative reply. We have started our treatment in biotex,and I also had a lot of questions concerned requirements for egg donors. We didn't want to be mistaken with them. As you we tried to define the clinic criteria for choosing these women and got to know that all of them underwent a set of medical tests which showed the perfect health and ability to produce good quality eggs. I suppose that every couple have a right to choose whatever they want, I mean a woman they want to donate eggs for them, in case of infertile couples and egg donation.
Speaking about contact with donor, it's great that clinic control donors(sorry about that) because it's the only way to be sure that they all lead healthy lifestyles and have strict regimes.
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Re: Requirements for the donors

Postby Katerest on 22 May 2017, 14:47

Biotex provides us with a good chance to choose, indeed. Do we know plenty of clinics which can provide the same?
I know that in Spain the doctors or other specialists choose the donors and all that is just left to do is to grow a trust in the Spanish taste.
So what will we have after our treatment? aren’t you afraid to dislike your babies’ appearance or hate yourselves because you accepted taking part in the program blindfold?
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Re: Requirements for the donors

Postby Laria on 20 Mar 2019, 13:06

As the matter of fact, egg donors contend with a tremendous amount in exchange for their compensation. Their commitment of time, the often inconvenience to their daily lifestyle, the invasive medical screenings and other clinical procedures will, generally speaking, weed out from the donor applicant pool those young women who are purely financially motivated. Egg donation is simply not an easy process. Because egg (and often embryo) donors typically meet with a physician, a nurse, a mental health professional, often an attorney and perhaps other family building professionals, the uninformed applicant who may see this as a quick way to earn money or who may be lured by the promise of compensation is likely to reconsider when risks and the commitment required are explained.
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