The decision to use donor eggs can be an extremely difficult one as it often comes after the realisation that one has run out of eggs or the eggs a woman has available, are not fertile. This stage is often reached after undergoing prolonged testing and a number of unsuccessful treatment cycles. Coming to terms with not using your own eggs and having to rely on donor eggs is difficult.
The use of donor eggs also has many ramifications on the patient, couple, family and society not to mention any religious and moral implications.
Having been involved in the management of infertile patients for years we are very sensitive to the care needed to manage this complex and delicate treatment option. At times frustration can occur as additional tests, consultations and counselling may be needed in addition to all that you may have already gone through but the final aim is to assist you with your decision and give you the very best chance of achieving a pregnancy.