3rd Party Reproduction with Donor Programme
Semen Donation: Semen from a donor obtained through a semen bank is required in the following cases:
- Male partner has azoospermia (absent sperm in semen) or his sperm are of low-quality
- Male partner has ejaculatory dysfunction
- Female partner is RH negative and severely RH iso immunized and male partner is RH positive.
- Male partner has a significant genetic defect or the couple previously had a child affected by a condition for which carrier status cannot be determined.
- Male partner has a sexually transmissible infection that cannot be eradicated.
Egg Donation: When female partner is unable to produce eggs or her eggs can’t be used due to various reasons like:
- Menopause/ Advanced reproductive age
- Premature ovarian failure/ hypogonadotropic hypogonadism
- Diminished ovarian reserve
- Women who are known to be affected by or known to be the carrier of a significant genetic defect or who have a family history of a condition for which carrier status cannot be determined
- Women with poor egg and/or embryo quality or multiple previous failed attempts to conceive via ART
The donor eggs are fertilized and implanted in the womb of the female partner. The ICMR guidelines for IVF clinics in India permits egg donation and the use of egg donors for this purpose. Our clinic maintains the highest standards for selection of egg donors, screening for disease, repeat checks for sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis B, C and syphilis and other checks as requested by couples
Embryo Donation: When both the male partner and the female partners are infertile, they opt for embryo donation. In this, the embryo is developed by fusing the sperm and eggs of donors and the embryo is implanted in the uterus of female partner. The couples who are donating the sperm and the eggs undergo a series of tests to rule out any medical ailment and ensure good quality of sperm & eggs.