The Pros in Donation

The Pros in Donation

Postby Joyce on 13 Aug 2012, 15:03

In BioTexCom clinic, one client gets one egg cell donor, this means that you receive all egg cells that are produced by a donor over all treatment period. The clinic do not have a so called “egg cells distribution”, the distribution of donor’s egg cells between patients. All their donors are young and are mommies (have 1 child minimum) that is why infertility treatment with the help of egg cells donation has all chances for success. To start an egg donation program you do not have to wait for a long time because BioTexCom clinic have a big bank of egg cells.
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Re: The Pros in Donation

Postby Sally on 13 Aug 2012, 15:19

BioTexCom clinic chooses donors in a dynamic way, so that your characteristics will match donors. In the clinic you receive fresh, not frozen embryos. Embryos develop to blastocysts (5 days), than 3 selected embryos are implanted. It is possible to freeze embryos that are left to use them next time if needed.
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Re: The Pros in Donation

Postby Utte on 24 Aug 2012, 12:02

All egg cells donors are under 30, with the average age being 26 years. All of them have at least one child (all children are healthy). All egg cells donors are attractive, intelligent and healthy. All of them pass general medical, gynecological, and psychiatric examination, during three months are tested for HIV, Hepatitis B and C.
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Re: The Pros in Donation

Postby NataliBB on 17 Oct 2015, 22:26

In the Biotexcom there aren’t age limits for couples who want to have healthy babies. We live in the 21 century and egg donation isn’t something new and unknown. Reproductive medicine is developing every moment. And after having unsuccessful attempts with own oocytes, you can see results with getting one egg cell donor in the Biotexcom.
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Re: The Pros in Donation

Postby Grace on 29 Jun 2017, 16:33

Well, just want to add, one of the advantages of egg donation is biological relation to the baby. I mean, the sperm is obtained from your partner so the child is biologically his.
next, as the pregnancy will happen in your body, this gives you the chance to control important lifestyle factors which affect the baby’s development such as diet, smoking and drinking. You do not have this control with either adoption or surrogacy.
You experience the benefits of being pregnant and all the maternal feelings associated with it. You will be able to breastfeed your child, aiding the natural bonding process. Egg donation remains the best option for women over 40 who have not responded to infertility treatment such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF); as well as those with a basal FSH hormone level over 15.
To my mind, it deserves your attention.
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Re: The Pros in Donation

Postby Laria on 20 Mar 2019, 13:20

Utte wrote:All egg cells donors are under 30, with the average age being 26 years. All of them have at least one child (all children are healthy). All egg cells donors are attractive, intelligent and healthy. All of them pass general medical, gynecological, and psychiatric examination, during three months are tested for HIV, Hepatitis B and C.

I've read this on the internet. ~According to the Ministry of Healthcare in Ukraine, all egg and sperm donors are anonymous. For international patients, egg donors can be identifiable in unique occasions but only if the donor signs a voluntary consent of personal data disclosure. Egg donors can only donate between the ages of 18 and 35 years. There is no centralised donor database so potentially donors can donate repeatedly. However, clinics point out that many work to European standards and ESHRE guidelines which permit donation only six times.
Egg donors get paid approximately 350 Euros to donate and in order to do so they must, by law, undergo a series of tests to ensure that they are healthy. These include :arrow: Blood group and Rh factor. Full blood analysis. Coagulogram. Antibodies to HIV. Antibodies to syphilis. Hepatitis B (HBsAg). Hepatitis C (HCV)
Blood analysis for IgM and IgG. Cytological examination of cervical smears. Bacterioscopic analysis of vaginal, urethral and cervical canal discharges. General gynaecological analysis. Ultrasound examination of the pelvic organs. AMH, LH, E2.
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