Egg Donation


Fertility Tourism Nepal has a diverse database of screened Egg Donors available. Women with lab tests results, uncomplicated healthy obstetric history and sound psychological mental preparedness are included in the program. The potential Egg Donors are pre-screened for general physical health, fertility and transmissible diseases.

Egg donation becomes a prudent choice for women, who are unable to conceive by their own eggs; primarily due to decreased ovarian function with advancing reproductive age, in women especially beyond 35.

Best database of Egg Donors

Fertility Tourism Nepal has started the venture of keeping record and database of egg donors. Our database of egg donors is huge with a vast diversity of ethinicities including Asian, Caucasian, Indian and African egg donors. We also have premium educated donors available. The profiles of egg donors with photo and history is shared with the intended couple. The clients can then choose one candidate female as the preferred egg donor, as per their desire and financial requirement.

Egg Donation Program Steps :
1. Contact us by phone or email and tell us about your requirement: Provide us details related to your infertility history (if you have one) and e-mail us scanned copies of test results. Otherwise, we will send you a list of the tests we require from you.

2. Request information: Let us know if you have any questions and choose the package and we will forward you package details with program fees etc.

4. Egg Donor Candidates: We provide you with multiple egg donor profiles according to your requirement, so that you can choose and select the best match for you/your partner.

5. Choose Egg Donor: Please short-list the egg donors that most interest you. Our egg donors represent a huge diverse group of accomplished women who wish to help others in need. These young women, aged between 21 to 35 years are screened and have good physical and mental health.

 

Conditions necessitating Egg Donation are listed below:

  • Women above age bracket 40.
  • Presence of genetic disorder with higher probability to genetic transference to the offspring.
  • Poor fertilization of eggs in female despite good quality sperm.
  • Failure to achieve pregnancy following repetitive attempts of IVF treatment.
  • Premature ovarian failure.
  • Absent ovarian function in female, due to previous exposure to radiation or surgery.
  • Failure to achieve pregnancy, following repetitive attempts of IVF treatmnent.
  • Unexplained failure of IVF treatment consecutively (measured at a minimum of 3 cycles).
  • Poor responder’s females with less than 3-4 eggs.
  • Elevated Follicle Stimulating Hormone levels, on 3rd day of the menstrual cycle.