Egg donation has been highly successful for treating women previously thought to be hopelessly infertile. Since its introduction over two decades ago, women with a wide variety of severe reproductive disorders can now be successfully treated. Outcomes are remarkable and continue to improve as the methodology of in vitro fertilization (IVF) evolves. Egg donation will undoubtedly continue to play an important role in the treatment of infertility for years to come.
We are pleased to offer an online database of all our current donors. The database contains an abbreviated profile that is viewable by anyone, and more detailed profiles are available to our current patients. We are screening and adding new donors all the time.
For more detailed information, or other questions about the donors or our egg donor program in general, please email our Donor Egg Program Coordinator.
Our goal is to help you build a family.
For more information about how to become an egg donor.
World-class donor egg success rates
We are proud of our donor egg program and our rates are world-class. We have a cumulative 13 year (through 2014) donor egg pregnancy rate of:
80% Clinical Pregnancy Rate/Transfer
For more detail on our IVF success rates.
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Options for Donor Eggs
We are excited to offer so many different options for utilizing donor eggs.
- Traditional Fee-for-service. Not only for those covered by insurance, but also for patients with a known donor that they want to use.
- Peace of Mind 100% donor egg IVF refund program (subject to eligibility). The use of donor eggs may qualify a couple for this program in lieu of the criteria regarding age or ovarian reserve. See our Peace of Mind IVF 100% refund program for all the details.
- Hybrid fresh/frozen donor egg cycle. With this approach you can take advantage of our world class fresh donor egg success rates at a discounted price! You sign up for the program prior to the cycle start at the discounted price
You keep the first 8 eggs. The remaining eggs retrieved are cryopreserved. If you are not successful with your fresh cycle, and wish to continue, we will thaw, fertilize, and transfer any remaining eggs from that cycle until you are pregnant, or no more eggs remain. All at no additional charge! On the other hand, if you are successfully pregnant (either after the fresh cycle or subsequent thawed cycles) any remaining eggs are now ours, to be stored in the ORH egg bank. Another win-win solution from ORH – you get a discount and we get to help other couples with more available donor eggs.