Creative Love Egg Donor & Surrogacy Agency offers both fresh egg donation cycles, and shared egg donation cycles to intended parent(s) we work with. We've teamed up with leading fertility clinics in South Florida allowing us to offer different types of egg donation cycles to best guide our intended parent(s) in the most cost effective manner possible. Frozen egg banks are available and offered via the fertility clinic that you work with. Fertility clinics have their personal preference on which egg banks they prefer their intended parent(s) use.
In a fresh egg donation cycle all of the eggs that are retrieved from the egg donor belong to the intended parent(s). The egg donor has relinquished her rights to all egg retrieved and the disposition of all embryos at the clinical level and again in the legal contract between the egg donor and the intended parent(s). On average an egg donor has 15-23 eggs retrieved. With modern science and the extensive genetic testing completed on the egg donors in addition to PGS (preimplantation genetic screening) testing being completed on embryos many intended parent(s) have egg donation cycles resulting in successful outcomes.
Frozen egg donation banks are a cost effective way for couples and individuals to create their family. Most frozen egg banks offer different packages from 6 to 10 eggs. It’s always advised to consult with your fertility clinic to see which frozen egg banks they prefer.
Shared egg donation cycle are a wonderful cost effective path to take. You have the opportunity to share the cost. Two sets of intended parent(s) or more share the eggs retrieved by the egg donor. Egg donors that are chosen to participate in a shared egg donation cycle are often prior egg donors that have at least one successful donation with a high number of eggs retrieved. Or a first time egg donor with a higher resting antral follicle count.
In an anonymous donation, the intended parents and donor never meet, speak, or exchange identifying information. The donor is given a code which will serve as her name and the intended parents will call the donor by this. Intended parents may offer a brief information page to the donor so that she feels comfortable with the couple that she is donating to, but this is up to the intended parents and is not always done. There will be no contact between the intended parents and the donor in this type of arrangement.
In a semi-anonymous donation, the intended parents and donor will be given each other’s first names. Last names will be kept anonymous. If intended parents would like, a phone conversation may be set up with the donor which will be coordinated by the agency so that neither party’s phone number will be given out. Also, email communication can be facilitated through the agency so that both parties can communicate with one another without revealing their personal email address. This is an option that we can work out if desired.
In an open donation, the intended parents and donor’s identity will be revealed to one another. They may choose to have a meeting in person, have a phone conversation with their donor or have communication directly via email. This is arranged on a case by case basis.