What is Embryo adoption program?
Embryo adoption is a proven, successful process that allows families who want to experience pregnancy and childbirth (single parents or spouses) to adopt the remaining embryos from patients who have successfully completed the IVF treatment at the clinic and have donated excess embryos to other future embryos families.
Embryos are created during the assisted reproductive technology (ART) process. In order to reduce the possibility of multiple pregnancies, excess embryo is frozen for future use. In our embryo store, we have over 1,000 frozen embryos ready to be immediately booked.
What are the success rates of this program
Hospital reached 60% of the clinical pregnancy rate with donated embryos with patients over 40 years of age! According to the latest research, the degree of success of the frozen embryo transfer cycle is almost the same as the fresh IVF cycle.
How this process look like?
The process of embryo adoption is similar to donating egg cells. Our medical coordinators provide future parents with a fill in the Patient Form so that physicians plan an individualized stimulation protocol and perform the necessary medical examinations before carrying out the embryo transfer procedure.
Future parents describe the characteristics they are looking for in the embryo, allowing us to match available embryos with future parents. Patients write the main criteria that a future baby would like to have: a blood type, eye color, hair color. Once the proper embryos are found, the cycle usually takes place rapidly.
There is a possibility to come once only for the embryo transfer procedure or patients may come twice:
First visit – initial consultation and complete analysis (the patient can perform all the tests and examinations at the clinic in within 1-2 days).
Another visit – embryo transfer procedure (the patient should arrive the day before the planned procedure and stay for a total of 3 days). We can transfer 1 or 2 embryos per cycle to the patient and the medical team to decide which choice will be better in this particular case.
To learn more about the costs of embryo adoption, please follow this link and visit our Embryo Adoption page.
Want to get a quote?
Contact us and you will receive an individual quote as well as advice on which treatment is best for what you want