Pons Medical Research

Egg Donors

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You can start a surrogacy program immediately if you need an egg donation to have your baby.

All of our egg donors undergo a thorough and exhaustive screening process performed under the strictest standards.

Basic Facts about Egg Donors

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Egg donors are young women of attractive appearance who voluntarily agreed to donate their oocytes to couples who may need them. Egg donors’ selfless choice to help infertile women reflects a deep understanding of the profound impact they can have on the lives of others.

To enter our base, it’s preferable if you already have healthy children. Also, all egg donors should provide detailed family history, with a focus on parents and close relatives.

We require our potential egg donors to perform an exhaustive health check before undergoing ovarian stimulation as the only way to guarantee optimal results and safety for both the donor and the treated couple.

The tests evaluate:

  • hormonal status,
  • infection status,
  • biochemical metabolic indicators, and
  • the conclusion of medical specialists about the absence of contraindications to ovarian stimulation and general health.

If any problem is detected, we do not include the donor in our Egg Donor Bank.

In case of some special requirements (for example, a rare genetic disease), we can discuss the possibility of testing a donor for a specific mutation.

What is the main motivation for egg donors to participate in a program?

       We ask donors before including them in our Egg Donor Bank about their motivation, and the main two reasons are:

  1. To receive compensation for the program

For a potential egg donor in Armenia, it may be a good choice to receive an additional income. Ovarian stimulation does not require any lifestyle modifications. Also, there is no necessity to stay in the hospital or to stop the usual work. A doctor can prepare the stimulation protocol. After 2 weeks, the follicular puncturing is performed. 

  1. To make something important

It is not a secret that many couples worldwide are unable to use their oocytes in IVF. By participating in our Egg Donor Bank program, egg donors help others to become parents.

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If I have more questions about your donors or about the Egg Donor Bank, where can I find the answers?

Contact us, and we will provide you with all the information you will ask!

Also, check out our FAQ section below.

Medical analysis performed to prepare egg donors before starting hormonal stimulation

 Stage 1:

  • Syphilis, hepatitis B and С;
  • Blood group and Rh;
  • HIV;

Stage 2:

  • Smears of the vaginal flora;
  • PCR for ureaplasma,mollicutes, chlamidia;
  • Cytological investigation;
  • Breast ultrasound;
  • Conclusion from psychiatrist for the donor and from pediatrician for the child;

Stage 3:

  • Clinical blood test;
  • Hepatic blood tests;
  • Glucose;
  • Blood urea nitrogen;
  • Creatinine;
  • Haptoglobuline test;
  • Cholesterol;
  • Alkaline phosphatase;
  • Alpha-amylase;
  • Coagulogram;
  • Chlamidia IgA + IgG:
  • Toxoplasma IgM + IgG;
  • Rubella IgM + IgG;
  • CMV IgM + IgG;
  • TSH;
  • Free T3, free T4;
  • Antibodies for thyroperoxydase;
  • Cortisol;
  • Testosterone;
  • Prolactin, FSH, LH, Е2, Progesterone, AMH;

Stage 4:

  • Therapist conclusion.

FAQs About Egg Donors

What are the requirements to become an egg donor?

Candidates must meet age requirements, typically between 21 and 35. They undergo health screenings, genetic testing, and psychological evaluation to ensure they are fit for the process.

What is the process of egg donation?

The process includes initial screenings, legal agreements, hormone therapy to stimulate egg production, and finally, a medical procedure to retrieve the eggs.

Are there any risks involved in egg donation?

Risks include hormonal side effects, surgical complications, and potential future fertility issues, although these are rare.

How long does the egg donation process take?

The entire process, from application to recovery after egg retrieval, can take several months. The active medical part might last 3 to 6 weeks.

Can an egg donor still have children in the future?

Egg donation typically does not affect a woman’s future fertility. The procedure involves extracting eggs that the body would otherwise discard during the menstrual cycle.

How are egg donors matched with recipients?

Donors and recipients are matched based on physical characteristics, ethnic background, educational achievements, and other factors specified by the recipient.

What medical or psychological screenings do egg donors undergo?

Medical screenings include tests for infectious diseases, drug use, and overall health assessments. Psychological screenings ensure the donor understands and consents to the donation process.

Are egg donors anonymous?

Depending on the agreement, egg donation can be anonymous or known. Some programs allow donors and recipients to meet or exchange information.

Can an egg donor meet the child conceived from her donation?

This depends on the type of donation agreement. In anonymous donations, donors do not meet the children. In known donations, there might be provisions for future contact.

How many times can a person donate eggs?

Regulations vary, but in the U.S., the recommendation is no more than six cycles to limit health risks and ethical concerns.

5 Reasons Why is Pons Medical Research an Excellent Choice for Egg Donors

  1. Thorough Support System: Pons Medical Research provides comprehensive support throughout the donation process. You’ll have access to a coordinator who can answer any questions and help you at every step. This means you won’t feel alone or overwhelmed.

  2. High Safety Standards: They prioritize your health above everything else. Pons follows strict medical protocols to minimize risks and ensure your safety. Regular health checks are part of the process, ensuring you’re always in good hands.

  3. Transparent and Ethical Practices: Transparency is key at Pons. They make sure you fully understand the donation process and the legal aspects before proceeding. This ethical approach ensures that there are no surprises, and you feel secure and respected.

  4. Generous Compensation and Reimbursement: While not the primary focus, Pons offers fair compensation for the time and commitment involved in the donation process. They also cover all related expenses, so you don’t have to worry about out-of-pocket costs.

  5. Post-Donation Care: After the donation, Pons continues to provide support to ensure you recover fully and quickly. They monitor your health and are available to address any post-procedure concerns. This kind of ongoing care shows their commitment to your well-being beyond the donation period.

Choosing to donate eggs is a big decision, and it’s important to go with a company that values you and takes every step to ensure your experience is positive.

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