IREGA IVF Clinic of Cancun is centered on fertility distinction, and is committed to providing each patient with the highest standard of care and the most current egg donation options available today.
Egg donation is a miraculous option for infertile couples, gay couples and others to build a family. Egg donation at IREGA IVF Clinic of Cancun is an increasing infertility trend for women whose eggs are not fit for producing a successful pregnancy.
Our first-rate egg donation program was designed to help bring together recipient parents with egg donors to create or help grow families. The procedures and selection of candidates are approved and monitored by the National Center of Transplants (CENATRA) and the Federal Commission for Protection Against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS).
In order to become a recipient in our program, you must first establish yourself as a patient with IREGA IVF Clinic of Cancun. After your screening is complete, you are ready to begin the donor selection process. You will have the chance to review donors—anonymous donor.
Donors can be suitably selected according to your preferences in physical characteristics, educational statistics, genetic history, and medical history.
We have established an all-embracing program of meticulously screened, ethnically diverse egg donors that are available immediately.
Good Candidate for Egg Donation
IREGA IVF Clinic of Cancun offers several options in choosing the right egg donor. Egg donation is seemly fit for women who cannot produce viable eggs or who have chromosomal defects that restrict a healthy pregnancy.
Good candidates for egg donation also exemplifies women with premature ovarian failure, women who are unresponsive to medication or cancer treatments or women who have poor egg quality due to the delay in reproduction or weakened ovarian reserve.
Egg Donation is also an admirable possibility for same-sex couples who have the option of using a gestational carrier.
Egg Donation Procedure
Our egg donation program at IREGA IVF Clinic of Cancun begins with the synchronization of cycles. Your cycle needs to be synchronized together with your egg donor. This process is achieved through the use of various fertility medications.
Medication protocols are tailored for each patient’s specific needs. Fertility medications are employed in order to prepare your uterus to receive embryos. Blood tests and vaginal ultrasounds are used to determine uterine receptivity. When the uterine lining is deemed satisfactorily ready, the donor will begin stimulation with medication to produce multiple follicles (fluid filled sacs that contain eggs).
The stage of egg maturity is assessed resultant of hormone results and follicle size (typically evaluated by blood tests and transvaginal ultrasounds performed on the egg donor). Estrogens are introduced to enable endometrial growth at the highest level for egg retrieval.
When the donor’s eggs are matured, HCG injections are implicated, which prepares the eggs for ovulation. Eggs are retrieved before ovulation occurs during the process of egg retrieval, which is implemented 36 hours after the HCG injection is directed.
Your partner will provide a fresh semen sample on the day of the donor’s retrieval to inseminate the eggs—fertilization. Our staff will give you the complete niceties regarding fertilization, the day after the retrieval.
Embryos are relocated using a thin catheter introduced into the uterus through the cervix during the embryo transfer. It may be necessary to take certain medications to make the uterine lining more receptive to an embryo—this will be determined by Dr. Mayra or Dr. Adan. If cryopreservation (freezing) is being implicated, it will occur at this stage of the egg donation procedure. (cryopreserved eggs from your egg donor can be used for our IVF Warranty)
Approximately 12-14 days after your transfer, you will take a pregnancy test to determine if you are pregnant. If you are pregnant, you would continue medications, and schedule an ultrasound with your physician.
Egg Donor Screening
Egg donors at IREGA IVF Clinic of Cancun, must adhere to the following qualifications:
- An egg donor candidate is a woman who exhibits the emotional stability necessary to complete the egg donor procedure, and of her own free will decides to donate her eggs to the recipient.
- The ideal egg donor is a healthy female between the ages of 21 and 32. While not mandatory, it is preferable that the candidate has had at least one healthy pregnancy prior to donation.
Medical Exam and Psychological Evaluation:
- Psychological screening
- Assessment of ovaries
- Blood tests to determine general health, and confirm the absence of certain communicable diseases
- Gynecology exam including cultures for communicable diseases
- Genetic screening to include cystic fibrosis and fragile-X testing