The act of donating eggs to someone else for use in attempting pregnancy through in vitro fertilization (IVF). Donors may be either compassionate (known to recipient) or anonymous.
an egg from one individual donated for another couple's use in in vitro fertilization
In this procedure, eggs are obtained from the ovaries of another woman (donor), fertilized by sperm from the recipient's partner, and the resulting embryos are placed in the recipient's uterus. Older women and women who experience premature menopause are candidates for egg donation. [ Volunteers needed
These are unfertilized eggs taken from a donor woman and then donated to another woman who needs them. This procedure requires assisted reproductive technology procedure using IVF or GIFT.
The eggs taken from the ovaries of a fertile woman and donated to an infertile woman to be used in an assisted reproductive technology procedure using IVF or GIFT.
Eggs taken from one woman and donated to another.
An egg donated by a woman; either known or anonymous. The donor relinquishes all parental rights to any resulting offspring. Our program conforms to ASRM guidelines regarding donor eggs
An assisted reproductive technology employing the use of donated egg(s) in a recipient couple undergoing in vitro fertilization; the donor undergoes ovarian stimulation prior to oocyte retrieval to increase the number of oocytes recovered at harvest and insemination is performed in vitro with the recipient's husband's spermatozoa; after fertilization and embryo culture, the embryo(s) is transferred transcervically into the endometrial cavity.
An egg retrieved from one woman which will be inseminated in vitro. The resulting embryo will then be transferred to another woman.
Eggs (oocytes) that are donated by a woman for another personâ€™s use in IVF.
Eggs donated by one woman to another.
(see Egg donation.)