What is the egg donation?

As in a traditional IVF treatment process, the donated eggs are fertilized with partner sperm, and one (or two) transferred as an embryo for pregnancy.

The first baby who was born through egg donation was born in 1984. However, egg donation is banned in many countries. In Georgia egg donation has been applied for nearly 20 years under very strict laws.

Through the egg transferring method, every woman, who has no systematic disease which will be able to inhibit the pregnancy, can technically become pregnant and can have a baby in every age. In addition to this, the maximum 50 age is suitable when ethical rules are considered.

Egg donation is applied in two ways whether an egg donor and receiver family know each other or not. Generally, the donor and receiver family do not want to know each other. When the possibility of making a claim on the baby by biological mother is considered, the system in which parties do not know each other is the most correct one because the donor is the biological mother of a baby who will be born and therefore she can make a claim on the baby.

Egg donation regulation in Georgia hinders problems that will be able to occur in the future by entailing an agreement to be made with the donor in the presence of a notary to prevent the donor to claim the baby.

Who can apply to egg donation?

It can be applied to women who have entered the early menopause, and have problem with chromosomes of egg cells, and whose ovaries are surgically removed because of any reason, and whose ovaries have lost their function because of their cancer treatments, and whose babies have risk to take genetic disease from them, and who have been applied to in vitro fertilization process several times and have repeated this process and have failed or have experienced pregnancy which has concluded miscarriage consistently.

How is the most proper donor determined for egg donation?

The egg donation must be between 20-30 years and must be healthy physically and psychologically. According to egg donation laws, the donor is chosen from among women who have given birth to healthy children. Families of egg donors are examined in detail by being considered their genetic diseases. The donor is chosen from among a person who is not drug addicts. Infectious disease tests that are medically required and tests for genetic diseases that will be able to result from ethnic origin must be performed necessarily.

The donor also must be determined from among women whose physical features such as blood group, length, weight, eye color, hair color comply with the receiver family by being considered special demands of the receiver family.

what is the average success rate for egg donation?

With the effect of strict laws on egg donation about choosing a donor, the success of pregnancy is high and pregnancy occurs in 80-85 of every 100 families.

Where is legal Egg Donation?

Unfortunately, egg donation cannot be performed legally in every country. Couples who need egg donation prefer in vitro fertilization centers in Cyprus and in vitro fertilization centers in Georgia because of its closeness. Around the world, many citizens can go to these countries without a passport.

Egg donation centers in Georgia are the most appropriate preference for couples who want to conclude egg donation without any problem through their rules and laws in world standard when the economy and legal aspects are considered.

Vitelline donation process in Georgia will be the correct preference to throw of treatment stress during your treatment using its historical pattern and nature as well its economic and legal advantages.