- Women who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to conceive a child using their own eggs
- Women who are unable to produce their own eggs, which may be due to a number of medical conditions:
- Premature menopause
- Ovarian Aging
- Women who are carriers for a genetically transmitted disorder
- Previous Chemotherapy or ovarian surgery
- Women who produce eggs unlikely to result in a successful pregnancy
WHY USE DONOR EGGS?
Women consider using donated eggs to achieve a pregnancy for a variety of reasons. Some women have ovaries that produce few or no eggs. Others may be at risk for passing on a genetic condition to their children. For these women, the option of using donated eggs gives them the chance to experience pregnancy and have a healthy baby.
WHO NEEDS DONOR EGGS?
Fortunately, for women unable to conceive using their own eggs, donor eggs offer the highest pregnancy and delivery rates of any fertility treatment and allows for a woman to carry a child. Donor eggs are eggs usually given anonymously, although we offer egg donation with both known donors and anonymous egg donors. If you choose an anonymous donor, you will be provided with a detailed medical history of both the donor and her family, along with a thorough description of her physical characteristics. Throughout the process, confidentiality and anonymity will be maintained—donors and recipients will not meet.
For more information about being an egg donor or a recipient of a donated egg, please contact our egg donor coordinator at 281.549.2798.
BETTER SCIENCE = BETTER ODDS
For more than 25 years, our world-class physicians and scientists have worked together to provide the highest level of fertility care. Donor Egg Bank of Texas is essential in treating the most complicated fertility cases, particularly for women struggling with premature ovarian failure, maternal aging, diminished ovarian reserve, and poor egg quality.
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