Q.What are the Success rates with egg donation?
While talking about the success rates of the process of egg donation and child-birth, the percentage varies from 82% to 85% of the successful pregnancies and 27 embryos transplantation in an year. Whereas the success rate is lower in case of the frozen eggs which are kept before to be fertilized later on. Therefore, it may take you several attempts before you get success. This treatment is more efficient and successful than the standard IVF treatment, as I this case the donor is around the age of 35 years and the sperms of the men is of the age of 40-45 years.
Q.How one can find the IVF center for Egg Donation?
Finding an IVF center for Egg Donation is really not a tough ask nowadays. Egg donation agencies and egg donation banks are now found throughout the United States while some fertility clinics have started their own egg donation banks.
Q.Can Scarring in Uterus prevent successful egg collection?
Yes, scarring in your fallopian tubes can leads to the ultimate stopping of eggs from travelling into the uterus and hence no pregnancy. Some of the causes are the reasons behind scarring in your fallopian tubes which are,
Previous tubal pregnancy.
Pelvic inflammatory disease. PID is a bacterial infection in pelvis, it often scars, damages or blocks the fallopian tubes.
Abnormities in the shape or the lining in the uterus.
Q.What are the Legal Laws associated with egg donation programs in Mexico?
Egg donation in Mexico is effusively permitted by the law of the country and has become the most useful source for the patients of UK and US. If you are planning for the treatment in Mexico select a provider from our exclusive fertility network. And get to know all the details of your treatment.
Q.When IVF with Egg Donor treatment fails, what next?
Sometimes even in normal pregnancies one face some complications or failures, but that doesn’t mean that we should not take another chance or lose hope. So while, having faced the failure in 1st, IVF treatment, one should go for a Second Opinion Program as well. But here, the couple must have learnt from the previous mistake, as in either it was the wrong selection of a doctor or a clinic and once they get mentally prepared for another chance then, they must consider the right consultant for this regard.
Q.In which country surrogacy is legal?
Surrogacy is legal in the countries like India, Nepal, Canada, Ukraine, Russia and in some of the states of U.S. It also commercial surrogacy is not legal in some states of Australia like NSW, ACT, Queensland.
Q.How will the ‘We Care Surrogacy’ match us with the surrogate mothers and egg donors?
We Care Surrogacy have the wide range of profiles of international Egg donors and the Surrogate mothers. In case of surrogates or egg donors, they provide you the maximum relevant details of the profile which you tend to choose and make you able to meet the Donor or the surrogate in person as well.
Q.What is the success rate of IVF in India?
IVF is an option opened for those couples who have tried all the simpler methods and treatments for fertility, as this the complex procedure for which you need to be very well mentally prepared and the success rate of IVF is around 15-30%. Therefore, We always recommend you IVF as the last resort and before that it helps you by guiding you simpler methods.
Q.What is the difference between embryo donation & embryo adoption?
Usually when the couple donates embryo through an anonymous clinic creation programs, the donated embryo(s) is distributed among the multiple recipients without having a say of the couple in the decision. However, in Embryo Adoption all the laws are equally followed as per the adoption of the child. Like all the details home studies, legal contacts, education etc.
Q.What if the surrogate changes her mind after she is pregnant with our child tries to keep baby?
The legal analysis of a particular state’s law, however, should be thoroughly completed and considered before you enter into a surrogacy agreement with any individual surrogate. The contractual answer as to what will happen if either party changes his or her mind about the agreement is much more straightforward. Rest, is the case of legality then the particular law of the state will govern any such dispute. But usually it doesn’t happen; this is the worst case scenario.
Q.Will there be our name on birth certificates?
Yes, of course everything is just so like a normal pregnancy and delivery. Surrogate mothers are not considered the legal mother of the child and that is the reason behind why their names are nowhere on the birth-certificates, it’s just the intended parent’s name and in case of the single parent, then only the single genetic parent’s name.
Q.What increases the men’s risk of infertility?
There Are Some Specific Conditions Like
Using certain illegal drugs
Having certain past or present infections
Being exposed to toxins
Overheating the testicles
Having a prior vasectomy or major abdominal or pelvic surgery
Being born with a fertility disorder or having a blood relative with a fertility disorder
Having certain medical conditions, including tumors and chronic illnesses
Taking certain medications or undergoing medical treatments, such surgery or radiation used for treating cancer
Performing certain prolonged activities such as bicycling or horseback riding, especially on a hard seat or poorly adjusted bicycle.