The role of egg donors

A decline in egg quantity and quality begins occurring in a woman’s mid-thirties and progresses rapidly after the age of forty. This reduction in good quality eggs means a higher chance of producing a chromosomally abnormal embryo resulting in miscarriage or the birth of a child with a chromosomal abnormality. Women with few or no eggs due to advanced age, those who have undergone cancer treatments that impair their fertility, and women who have experienced multiple failed rounds of IVF with their own eggs may all seek eggs from healthy young donors as an alternative.

For intended parents

For intended parents

Become an egg donor

Become an egg donor

If you are trying to conceive and facing challenges due to poor egg quality, using donor eggs may help you Become a donor