Yashoda Hospital is a state of the art hospital that provides exceptional infertility services to couples who are struggling to conceive. We have a world-class laboratory that strictly follows international quality standards. We have the best medical experts and team that are committed to delivering the best to its patients.
Our staff provides you with a feeling of warmth and positivity because we understand your concerns. We take care of the smallest of your needs. We provide a wide array of services of infertility and IVF procedures for a successful pregnancy. We want couples coming to our hospital leave with their bundle of joy.
What is Embryo Donation?
Embryo donation is the new pathway to your parenthood which enables couples to experience the joy of parenthood who have struggled with infertility. Usually, when couples undergo IVF procedures, they often have multiple embryos that are unused. We cryopreserved the embryos and put it into for storage for later use. If the resulting couples give their consent to donate their embryos to another couple, then another couple who are struggling with fertility issues due to unknown causes will be able to build their family.
Here, even though the child has no affinity with the genetic connections to the adopting parents, but unlike traditional adoption, the couple won’t have to go through the legal adoption process. It offers the coupes secrecy and privacy and the joy of giving birth to their child.
Who uses Embryo Donation?
Embryo donation is also referred to as embryo adoption, where the recipient mother can carry the adopted embryo into her womb and control the prenatal environment in her womb. Though many couples cannot undergo embryo donation, for some, it can be a good opportunity for those who have given up on giving birth to a child.
Those couples who are not conceiving using their own eggs/sperm for fertility treatment are at risk for passing any genetic diseases to the child or have experienced multiple IVF failures.
What are the Embryo Donation Requirements?
The doctors at Yashoda Hospital conduct rigorous medical screening for the couples undergoing embryo donation. The doctor conducts a physical examination, genetic screening, evaluation of medical history and family medical history, and embryo assessment to evaluate if the couples are a good donor candidate.
What to Expect From the Embryo Donation Process?
The embryo donation or embryo adoption procedure is same as in IVF procedure.
Before the Procedure
Egg Donor and Sperm Donor may have to undergo different kinds of screening before the procedure, such as:
During the Procedure
After the procedure
After the embryo transfer, you can start your normal daily activities. The success of any IVF procedure depends on various factors such as your age, cause of infertility, and previous treatment results.
That said, usually, IVF gives the best results for becoming pregnant.
Are there any Risks concerning the Procedure?
Embryo donation procedure is usually a low-risk procedure where people use donated embryos before the doctor implants them by in vitro fertilization. The risks are the same as in the IVF procedure.
However, our expert and trained doctors will ensure that you do not suffer from any complex problems.