Donor Egg IVF
Egg donor IVF is a fertility treatment option for those who can’t use their own eggs due to various reasons. The egg donation process involves retrieving eggs from a woman who has normally functioning ovaries. Following egg retrieval, the eggs are fertilised in the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) lab using sperm from the receiving couple’s partner, or in certain situations with donor sperm.Infertility is a significant issue for most women
undergoing POF, A number of treatment regimens have been evaluated with the aim of restoring fertility; however, treatments with
clomiphene, Gonadotrophins, GNRH agonists or immunosuppressants
do not significantly improve the chance of conception and are not used.
The only reliable fertility treatment is the use of donor eggs,
which is an assisted reproductive procedure that is widely practised in most countries. At present, in vitro maturation of immature follicles is possible, but in vitro growth and maturation from stored ovarian tissue is not reliably achievable in humans. for women with impending POF, there
may not be any alternatives. Young women about to begin
cancer treatment are encouraged to attempt a cycle of IVF if time permits, as storing an embryo is more likely to be successful than using a frozen follicle for later use.