Donor egg infertility treatment
After marriage there are days of enjoyment that you don’t even think about wanting a child, or getting pregnant. Similarly after then there are days where you feel like getting pregnant but you cannot. At that point of time you feel hopeless, you experience heartbreak. The battle of LIFE is when there are feelings of hope and then the loss that you have to deal with, while losing your baby through miscarriage.
Infertility is not a problem that only women are accused of, if the people within your surrounding think like this then you must provide extra outreach and lend them information about male infertility also. It is not an issue centred by women many of your male friends most likely grieving them silently. As a women don’t push it hard instead let them know that there are modern technology and techniques from which you can also conceive. Everybody knows that infertility might be the toughest battle.
It is a very delicate situation that deals with losing a child to miscarriage that can bring tears to eye completely. Understanding the situation, most of the people want to help, many people want to offer comfort to others in a trial. Keeping all this things in mind we have written a post to give you a little brief on such things.
What is Egg donation?
* This is the process that is most commonly used when the patient cannot produce her own eggs * This type of infertility is mostly associated with older maternal age, when the store of ovary follicles starts to run out * The tell-tale signs are irregular - and even absent - periods, which are often a prelude to the menopause * Normally in 'fertile' women, it can take place in their late 30s and early 40s, but there are also unfortunate younger women who have 'premature' menopause. This can occur in women as young as 20 or 30 * Many patients most commonly the younger ones with premature menopause, consider to take donor eggs from their friend or family member * This type of 'known donation' can be quite reassuring for the patient, who is secure in her knowledge of the donor's identity * Moreover, such 'intrafamilial' donation can raise ethical questions and the essential counselling is always required
Who all can have fertility treatment with donor eggs or embryos?
* If you are as old as 40 or you cannot conceive with your own eggs, person offering you donor egg can help you to conceive and deliver a baby * If you and as well as your partner both are suffering from fertility problems, or because of repeated miscarriages or any embryo issue you cannot conceive because of embryo issues, donor embryos may be an working option for you * Single women with fertility problems can also conceive using donor eggs or embryos, and men without any female partner can also feel prevailged to become father by using donor eggs or embryos * If you fear the risk for passing a genetic disease to your child, donor eggs or embryos is also an option for you, whereas, many couples prefer to take treatment of IVF using their own embryos that have been genetically tested to screen for inherited disorders
From where should you start if you want to use donor eggs or embryos?
* Take your own time to find the best doctor for your treatment. It may take months to choose for it and addressing them legally and it might take long time also to complete all your required medical and psychological screenings * Using an egg bank might be the best and quicker solution because many of these steps are completed before any eggs are frozen.
Here's how it works
1) Search for a donor:
* If you're finally using donor eggs, first you have to decide whose egg to use whether from a friend, family member, or any unknown donor * If you decide to use donor eggs from an unknown person, you can search for it through a fertility clinic, a frozen egg bank, or an egg donation agency * You can choose your donor based on physical characteristics, ethnic background, educational record, and occupation * Most egg donors are between the age of 21 and 34 years old and have had medical and genetic screening * But be sure to inquire about how the candidates are screened – some organizations do less extensive testing than others 2) Get your counselling done:
Once an agency or clinic that you visited finds a donor match, you and the donor may get face to face professional counselling on the medical, ethical, and emotional impact of the donation. 3) Make it all legal:
* You and the donor may have draw up a contract that states parental rights, financial obligations, and future contact * Accordingly law varies from state to state, but donors usually sign away their rights to any children * Also, a legal contract is made for donors and the parents who want to stay in touch after a child is born.