Donor Programme

Egg donation

Ovum (egg) donation is a process where the eggs of a healthy young woman (the egg donor) are fertilised with the sperms from the patient's husband and the resulting embryos are then transferred into the patient's uterus. This process not only gives the couple the gift of parenthood but also gives the woman the opportunity to experience the joys of being pregnant.

The Procedure of Egg Donation

The process of egg donation starts with the selection of a donor. The candidate will be an anonymous donor who has been approved after a series of medical and genetic screenings. The donor's ovaries are stimulated by a stimulation regimen to produce multiple eggs. The eggs are then retrieved, fertilised and the embryos cultured. The embryos with the highest quality are transferred into the recipient's uterus.

Who is it for?

• Older women who have reduced quality and quantity of eggs

• Women with reproductive problems such as ovarian failure

• Poor response to previous IVF treatment

• Women with genetic diseases that they do not want to pass on to the child


Sperm donation

Donated sperm is offered to couples where there is no possibility of retrieving sperms naturally or by a surgical procedure for a man. The donor sperm is used to either inseminate the woman (IUI) or to fertilise her eggs in an IVF process. As is obvious, the couple is counselled together about the implications and process involved in such a treatment.

All donor sperm samples are to be availed from established and registered sperm banks. These sperm samples are from fertile donors that have been screened for viral infections and common genetic disorders. No fresh donors or known donors should ever be used.

The samples are identified by a number code provided by the sperm bank.

Embryo Adoption or Donor Embryo Transfer

Some couples have a severe egg and sperm factor. If they have been unsuccessful with self-gametes or wish to opt for a donor egg and donor sperm for medical reasons, this can be offered to the couple and is rightly called embryo adoption or more commonly embryo donation (the latter term is actually a misnomer).

In this procedure, a healthy anonymous donor’s eggs are fertilised with anonymous donor sperm from a sperm bank and one or two of resultant embryos are placed in the intending mother’s womb at an opportune time. This leads to a high pregnancy rate. However, it is essential for the couple to understand, grasp and accept the fact that resultant offspring will not be their genetic child but will be their biological child. It is a pre-requisite that the couples undergo thorough counselling and are mentally ready for this form of treatment.

Why Baby Science IVF Clinics for Donor Programme?

At Baby Science IVF Clinics, our Donor Programme helps childless couples to become parents through assisted reproductive technology. Apart from it, we offer a wide range of fertility treatments for both Male Infertility and Female Infertility. Our fertility treatments are IVF, IUI, ICSI, PESA, TESA, Surrogacy, etc. We are your first choice, as we 

  • Offer personalised fertility treatment services 
  • Take affordable fee
  • Take no hidden charges 
  • Have higher success rate 
  • Maintain transparency
  • Have a team of highly qualified & experienced doctors, pathologists, and other medical staff 
  • Maintain cleanliness and hygiene at all our IVF clinics in Bangalore

In The Process Of Egg Donation, The Eggs Of The Donor (healthy Young Woman) Send To The Lab For The Fertilisation Process. Afterwards, The Donor Eggs Fertilised With The Partner’s Or Husband’s Sperms. In Last, These Fertilised Eggs And Sperms Transfer To The Uterus Of A Woman Through An Injection. In This Way, A Woman Can Achieve A Successful Pregnancy.

During The Donor Embryo Process, The Eggs Of Unspecified Donor Fertilised Along With The Sperm Of Unspecified Donor Through A Sperm Bank. After Fertilisation, One Of Two Eggs Can Be Injected Into The Uterus Of A Woman When Needed. According To The Study, This Process Has A Higher Success Rate To Get Pregnant. Even, Rest Embryos Can Be Freeze In The Lab For Future Use.

If Sperm And Eggs Are Of Mother And Father Then The Baby May Look Like Its Parents. But, If The Egg Is Donated By A Donor Then The Baby Can’t Look Like Its Mother. If The Sperm Of Partner Or Husband Was Used Then The Baby Can Look Like Its Father. In Other Words, The Genes Of Parents Are Necessary For The Baby To Look Like You.

Due To Advanced Technology, Fertility Clinics Are Providing The Best Services To The Patient. Now, It Is Possible To Implant Sperm And Egg Of Donor To The Uterus Of Another Woman. In Other Words, An Egg Of A Woman Can Be Mixed With The Sperm Of A Donor In The Lab. Then, The Fertilised Sperm And Egg Transfer To The Uterus Of Another Woman (who Wants To Conceive A Baby).