OK, you have my eggs. What about those you don’t need?

Our clinics will fertilise all the eggs that you donate with the father’s sperm. Some won’t take, but some will become embryos which are allowed to grow for a few days. Then, one, two or multiple embryos (depending on the protocol) are transferred to the recipient mother, which, if all goes according to plan, will successfully implant and the mother will fall pregnant!

Any additional embryos, if suitable, are frozen for the couple, who may choose to use them if mother does not fall pregnant the first time.

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