RFC works with reputable egg donor agencies and we have exclusive access to an affiliated, anonymous egg donor program. Our patients are welcome to choose any donor from any agency and our coordinators will take care of the rest.
When to Consider Donor Services
Considering the use of donor eggs or sperm may be best option for some patients depending on multiple factors, including personal reasons. Looking into donor services may be best for patients who have the following:
- underlying medical health conditions
- advanced maternal age
- genetic abnormalities
- negative egg or sperm quality
- low or poor ovarian reserve
- severe male factors (i.e. abnormal sperm, low sperm count)
Donor Services Offered
RFC offers our own egg donor programs to provide you with the best matches for your needs. All of our egg donors are also contractually bounded by legal documentation on their agreement to donate their eggs. Please click here to learn more.
Patients are able to arrange for a private donor as their sperm donor for their IVF cycle. They may also choose a sperm donor from a cryobank and have the sperm shipped to our center for their upcoming fertility treatment cycle. All donors must submit to FDA required infectious disease screenings prior to donating.
Embryos may be available for adoption from past infertility patients that have completed their families. These patients have experienced the fertility journey and were willing to assist other families achieve their dreams.
Screening for Donors
When choosing an egg or sperm donor, a patient can decide if they would prefer an anonymous donor from an agency or provide a known donor.
At Reproductive Fertility Center, we only provide our patients the best donor eggs and sperms. All donors undergo a thorough medical, genetic, psychological, and laboratory screening prior to donation. This provides the best possible success rates for our patients, as we only use the healthiest and highest-quality eggs or sperm for fertility treatments.