Egg Donor Steps for Parents
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Feritlity Heaven will provide all the support and collaboration necessary throughout the egg donation process, guiding you and the donor to ensure that everything will flow in a simple, safe and fast manner.
As the main liaison between you, your donor, fertility clinic, nurse coordinator, attorney and other participating professionals, you can rest assure that we will do our very best
Egg Donor Steps
Fertility Heaven Consultation
Fertility Heaven will provide a step by step complimentary consultation to help you understand the egg donation process and costs associated with our program. When you work with Fertility Heaven we aim to make your journey simple and stress free.
Reserve a Donor
Once an egg donor is selected, complete the online process to reserve a donor. The retainer fee is due after the service agreement is reviewed and signed.
After the retainer fee is paid and the match has been confirmed with all parties, we will send a match confirmation packet via email to your fertility clinic.
The donor fee is due when she signs the legal agreement and prior to starting treatment.
Fertility Heaven will assist in arranging for the donor to meet with the fertility clinic for a medical evaluation and screening as required by your physician.
We will contact your egg donor nurse coordinator and physician regarding medical preparations and instructions.
Your fertility clinic will notify us of the donor’s medical clearance. In turn, we will notify them once our office receives all legal documents and remaining funds. This is required before any medication start dates are given.
The Donor Cycle
Your physician will determine all medical protocols. Donor cycles average 2 month. During the cycle, Fertility Heaven will be in contact with both you and your donor to offer support and ongoing updates as the process progresses. Your fertility clinic will make decisions regarding successful stimulation, retrieval and transfer of embryos.
Post Egg Retrieval
After a successful retrieval, one of the embryos may be transferred to the intended mother or surrogate within days. The clinic can make recommendations for the storage of the remaining embryos