Best Treatment for an Egg Donor

By: Jake Hyet

All egg donor Australia programs have lots of healthy egg donors in their data banks. Unfortunately, it is still not possible to reliably freeze eggs, for donor egg treatment, so fresh eggs are required. If you cannot find an egg donor for yourself, these agencies will be glad to help you out. Here are some tips about the best treatment for an egg donor Australia:

Egg donation Australia agencies have plenty of healthy, young, and fertile women 30 years old or younger, who have been medically tested for their fertility; and also screened for infectious diseases, and received a full medical and psychological evaluation.

That's all well and good, but in order to ensure that the process is successful it is necessary to synchronize cycles, so both the donor and recipient may need to be cycled with birth control pills for 1 cycle; and then the egg collection can be performed in the next cycle.

Usual Treatment Plan for Egg Donor Cycle

Step 1: Make an appointment. The first appointment for egg donation Australia will be three hours long and involves a discussion concerning whether egg donation is right for the donor, their fertility history and what exactly happens during treatment. Plus an egg donor will spend time with a counselor to talk over the legal and social implications of what they are about to do, and with a nurse to discuss treatment and do several blood tests.

Step 2:

It takes four to six weeks after the consultation for the screening results to come back. then the nurses will match the egg donor with the recipient.

Step 3:

The nurses will determine from the egg donor when she is available for treatment, arrange convenient dates, and send a package of information and consent forms to the donor as well as any medication the donor requires.

Step 4:

The egg donor receives the first scan to be certain there are no abnormalities and organize treatment. The nurse will show the donor how to do the self-injections. The egg donor is given a daily diary for treatment.

Step 5:

Over the next two weeks the donor has a series of scans every two to three days to monitor their stimulation. On the average a donor will visit three to four times.

Step 6: Once the doctor is satisfied that the donor is ready they will receive an injection to prepare the eggs for collection.

Step 7: Vaginal Egg Collection (VEC) will take place 33-39 hours after trigger injection. Egg donors are usually all set to leave the hospital within four hours of V EC.

Step 8: The nursing team speaks with the egg donor after VEC has taken place and the following day to be certain that everything is ok.

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Jake Hyet is considered an expert on being an egg donor Australia and egg donation Australia. He has worked in the fertility field for a decade and writes extensively about the topic.

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