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Egg donation

Egg donation is most commonly used when the patient does not have her own eggs. This type of infertility is often associated with older maternal age, when the ovary’s store of follicles is beginning to run out. The tell-tale signs are irregular – and even absent – periods, which are often a prelude to the menopause. In normally ‘fertile’ women this can happen in their late 30s and early 40s, but there are also unfortunate younger women who are found to have a ‘premature’ menopause. This can happen in women as young as 20 or 30.

The London Egg Bank provides high quality donor eggs without a wait for patients at the Bridge Centre with a success rate of around 60%. 

Visit the London Egg Bank catalogue to view the donors available www.londoneggbankdonors.com

 

The London Egg Bank

The London Egg Bank was opened in 2013 by the team behind the Bridge Centre, London Women’s Clinic and London Sperm Bank to encourage egg donation in the UK.

Despite our success with egg sharing and the opportunities for egg donation from overseas schemes, demand for donor eggs in the UK still outstrips supply. The London Egg Bank aims to increase the number of women coming forward as egg donors. A greater number of domestic egg donors will reduce the need for UK patients to go overseas for treatment.

The London Egg Bank provides high quality donor eggs without a wait for patients at the Bridge Centre.  Our current success rate is around 60%. 

Visit the London Egg Bank online catalogue: www.londoneggbankdonors.com

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One by One

IVF

Natural Cycle IVF

ICSI

Egg donation

Egg-sharing

IUI

PGD

Surrogacy

Using donor sperm

Over 40s

Other (please indicate in the box below)

 

 

 

 

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Partner to partner egg donation

Partner to partner egg donation is an option for lesbian couples in which one partner (the genetic mother) donates eggs to her partner (the birth mother) who carries the baby following IVF treatment.

Known egg donation

Known egg donation is when a friend or relative generously donates her eggs for use in an IVF treatment.

Altruistic egg donation

Altruistic egg donation is when donors anonymously give their eggs to a recipient (or recipients) for altruistic reasons. They are not paid but can claim for expenses such as child care and travel costs. Expenses up to a maximum of £750 are regulated by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA).

Egg donation

Egg donation is most commonly used when the patient does not have her own eggs. This type of infertility is often associated with older maternal age, when the ovary’s store of follicles is beginning to run out. The tell-tale signs are irregular – and even absent – periods, which are often a prelude to the menopause. In normally ‘fertile’ women this can happen in their late 30s and early 40s, but there are also unfortunate younger women who are found to have a ‘premature’ menopause. This can happen in women as young as 20 or 30.

The London Egg Bank provides high quality donor eggs without a wait for patients at the Bridge Centre with a success rate of around 60%. 

Visit the London Egg Bank catalogue to view the donors available www.londoneggbankdonors.com

 

The London Egg Bank

The London Egg Bank was opened in 2013 by the team behind the Bridge Centre, London Women’s Clinic and London Sperm Bank to encourage egg donation in the UK.

Despite our success with egg sharing and the opportunities for egg donation from overseas schemes, demand for donor eggs in the UK still outstrips supply. The London Egg Bank aims to increase the number of women coming forward as egg donors. A greater number of domestic egg donors will reduce the need for UK patients to go overseas for treatment.

The London Egg Bank provides high quality donor eggs without a wait for patients at the Bridge Centre.  Our current success rate is around 60%. 

Visit the London Egg Bank online catalogue: www.londoneggbankdonors.com

Partner to partner egg donation

Partner to partner egg donation is an option for lesbian couples in which one partner (the genetic mother) donates eggs to her partner (the birth mother) who carries the baby following IVF treatment.

Known egg donation

Known egg donation is when a friend or relative generously donates her eggs for use in an IVF treatment.

Altruistic egg donation

Altruistic egg donation is when donors anonymously give their eggs to a recipient (or recipients) for altruistic reasons. They are not paid but can claim for expenses such as child care and travel costs. Expenses up to a maximum of £750 are regulated by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA).

Contact form

 

 

One by One

IVF

Natural Cycle IVF

ICSI

Egg donation

Egg-sharing

IUI

PGD

Surrogacy

Using donor sperm

Over 40s

Other (please indicate in the box below)

 

 

 

 

Telephone

Email

Post

 

 

Receive our brochure?
(If yes, please make sure you have given us your
postal address.)

Attend an open evening?

 

 

The Bridge Centre will treat your personal information with the same confidentiality as our patient information. We do not share information with any other organisation.

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