Almost every adult has a desire to become a parent sooner or later.

Embryo donation has become a salvation for couples and single parents who are not capable of the natural conception for various reasons.
New technologies came to the aid of nature, giving desperate parents hope for the birth of a long-awaited child.

Unlike surrogate motherhood, a donor embryo can also be carried directly by the future mother, of course, if she is physically and psychologically ready for this.


Some facts about embryo donation process:

— Patients can adopt as embryos left from other patients (this process is called snowflake embryo adoption), and create new ones with the desired set of criteria: hair/eye/skin color, nationality, education, height, blood type, etc.

— To create embryos, you can choose an individual donor(s), see their photos, chat in person and even keep in touch after the baby is born.

— Ready embryos donated by other patients are accepted for donation only if they have alive and healthy child born. Otherwise, the material is disposed or used for scientific purposes.

— The percentage of excellent quality embryos survival allowed for donation reaches 85.

— You can purchase one embryo at the clinic if you are planning the birth of one child, or several at once if you want all children born to you to be consanguineous siblings.
The clinic will store the embryos under your name for the required period of time.

— The program does not require a long wait; recipients can enter the treatment protocol at any convenient time.

— Transfer with donor embryos is the final part of the IVF program, that is, patients bypass the process of ovarian stimulation and preparation for it, without receiving the high hormonal load that IVF treatment invariably involves.

— The cost of transfer with donor embryos is 3 times lower than the cost of a full IVF cycle.

— Treatment requires personal presence of the future mother in the clinic for 1-2 days. Preliminary preparation for embryo transfer can be carried out remotely in your country under the supervision of the attending doctor and ultrasound control. In general, the process of preparing the uterus for embryo transfer takes about 3 weeks.


Who have medical condition for frozen embryo donation?

  • The couple has a double infertility factor: both male and female
  • The couple is ready to adopt a child, but would like to go through the whole process from conception
  • Single women without a partner and without their own biological material
  • Women or couples who are unwilling or unable to have their own ovarian stimulation
  • Numerous failures with own embryos
  • One or both partners who have genetic diseases.

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