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Donor Programme
Donor Programme is an ART solution which is routinely
used to help couples facing fertility issues
Overview about Donor
The donor programme is a way to serve those people who can’t use their own sperm or eggs for some clinical, personal, or other reasons. The desired mother will not be genetically related to her expecting child because she is using someone else’s egg to get pregnant, but the father will be if he intended to use his sperm for egg fertilization or did not use the sperm donor. In some conditions, the need for a gestational carrier arises to carry the embryo or fertilized egg till the time of child birth to carry the whole pregnancy.
Males and females who are eligible for the donor programme are screened well using various parameters. They get tested for hepatitis B and C, HIV, and syphilis (a sexually transmitted disease). After the range of other essential tests, they are counseled about the donor programme and registered in the programme according to their wish to donate the gametes.
Eligibility for donor program
Patients suffering from or having the following medical conditions are considered eligible for donor programme in IVF:
Women facing fertility problems
Donor programme is recommended for older women with fertility issues or a lack of fertility, also for younger women with ovarian insufficiency or diminished ovarian function. In such cases, they may want to consider using a donor egg or sometimes donor embryos. It allows infertile women to carry a child even if she has previous IVF failures, premature ovarian failure, diminished ovarian reserve, and other different fertility problems.
fertility problems
genetic problems
Single parents and people with genetic orders
Donor programme is beneficial for single males or single females (single parents), for couples with a history of rare genetic disorders in their families. Such intended parents can take help from a donor egg or a donor sperm to avoid any genetically transmitted disease that might pass on to their child
Cancer patients and other fertility-related problems
After cancer treatment, if the ovaries are not functioning well, they are removed, then donor programme proves to be useful for these women. It is also recommended when the repeated failure of IVF treatment is either unexplained or due to poor ovarian response, to a female born without ovaries or other congenital abnormalities, and to a woman who has early menopause (before the age of 40) or premature ovarian failure.
Age of the female partner
Here are some of the factors on which Donor program success depends.
Donor program success rates
The success rate associated with the donor programme is 55.9% in the case of fresh embryo transfer, but with frozen embryo transfer the success rate drops to 40.2%. These statistics are provided by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), and it has been discovered that the success rate varies from clinic to clinic.It would be better to discuss your chances of success with the fertility specialists in each situation since they are the best and most experienced people to guide you through.
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