If a couple cannot be helped through procedures such as in vitro fertilization, they may want to consider using donor eggs. Donor eggs -- and sometimes donor embryos -- allow an infertile woman to carry a child and give birth.
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Egg Donor IVF Complete Procedure for infertile Couples
IVF is the original 'test-tube' baby technique. It was developed more than 30 years ago for the treatment of women with damaged Fallopian tubes, and this remains an important reason for treatment today.
During IVF the first step is ovulation induction in which you fertility specialist monitors your ovaries and timing of egg release. Doctor will
make sure that your hormone levels are normal & ovaries are producing eggs
Most of the time women takes fertility medicines to stimulate ovaries for producing one or more eggs.
The eggs and sperm are placed in a glass dish and incubated with careful temperature, atmospheric, and infection control for 48 to 120 hours. About 2 to 5 days after fertilization, the best fertilized eggs are selected. One to three are placed in the uterus using a thin flexible tube (catheter) that is inserted through the cervix. Those remaining may be frozen (cryopreserved) for future attempts.
IVF is enormously valuable for patients without fallopian tubes or with irreversible tubal blockage, infertility related to lowered sperm count, motility, or function (in association with ICSI), and many other causes of infertility, including endometriosis and unexplained infertility.