For women whose eggs are not healthy or resilient enough to achieve a pregnancy, an oocyte donation programme may be a recommended path to conception. On Cloudnine, our superior third-party reproduction programme matches you with healthy, fertile and young donors who exhibit similar physical characteristics and features to you. The oocyte donation programme never exposes you to potential donors, ensuring an enduring wall of anonymity and confidentiality for both parties. A recommended donor is screened for infections like HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and syphilis at the very outset.
Oocyte donation on Cloudnine is a skilfully tailored programme that connects you with donors who are healthy and young, with a proven fertility record.
All our oocyte donors are carefully handpicked based on a range of fertility criteria, with the most significant being age. Members of our donor pool are all younger than 30 years.
All our donors have produced at least one healthy child in the past. Further, a donor's fertility potential is reviewed by a spate of scans and blood tests.
Donor and recipient profiles remain confidential and anonymous through a donor programme, protecting your identity, and theirs, at every stage.
The donor match process is a meticulous, methodical process that seeks to link a donor and a recipient based on physical likening.
As a first step, a selected donor is screened for infections like HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and syphilis.
An oocyte donation programme is particularly suited for older women, women with premature ovarian failure, a genetic predisposition or repeated failed in vitro fertilisation (IVF) cycles owing to subpar eggs. That said, oocyte donation is pointed at a broad spectrum of subfertile and infertile women, and may be recommended to you if traditional interventions are unsuccessful. On Cloudnine, our oocyte donation programmes are strictly aligned with the guidelines laid out by the Indian Council of Medical Research. In light of this, a donor and a recipient remain anonymous to each other through the programme and beyond. Also, at the outset, an egg donor and her husband are mandatorily asked to sign a contract-cum-consent form with Cloudnine. Consequently, the donor and her husband lose all rights over donated eggs as well as any resultant children produced thereafter.
Cloudnine partners with a network of assisted reproductive technology banks for its oocyte donation programme. The oocyte donation programme follows the steps outlined below.
Once you opt for an oocyte donation programme, your doctor will specially select a donor who matches your clinical and physical attributes.
Your potential donor's fertility potential is evaluated based on scans and blood investigations. These tests help to rule out the possibility of medical conditions and infections.
Upon exhibiting adequate fertility potential, your anonymous donor is administered daily injections to induce ovulation.
While your donor prepares to release eggs, your uterus is readied for embryo transfer through a course of medications aimed at building the uterine lining.
As a final step, your donor's eggs are collected and artificially inseminated with your husband's sperm. Embryos produced in the laboratory through this process are then transferred to your uterus.
Oocyte donation is a plain-sailing process that seldom results in by-products or symptoms.
Egg donation is the term used when one woman donates her eggs, to be implanted in another woman as part of an assisted reproduction procedure. The egg donor may be related or unrelated to the recipient. Once the donor has agreed to donate eggs, the eggs are retrieved from her ovaries through an ultrasound assisted surgical procedure.
About 17% of women seek help for infertility, which may be caused by ovulatory failure, tubal damage or endometriosis. Consulting an infertility specialist at Cloudnine, will inform you of the causes of infertility, the methods available to treat the problem and the risks associated with different treatments. In women with infertility, advanced treatments like In vitro fertilisation, IUI, ICSI, Embryo transfer and many more can be increase the chances of pregnancy