Who Are The Best Recipient Candidates For This Procedure?

  1. Women in their advanced age, most often above 40 years of age.
  2. If you have poor ovarian reserves, specifically a lower count of the antral follicle or higher FSH levels.
  3. If you are dealing with primary or premature ovarian insufficiency.
  4. If you had to remove your eggs or ovaries due to post-cancer treatment.
  5. If your ovaries or eggs get damaged due to a medical condition.
  6. If you do not have ovaries since birth because of congenital abnormalities.
  7. After undergoing repeated IVF treatment termination due to low or poor ovarian response.
  8. Repeated IVF treatment failure.
  9. Women with a risk of hereditary diseases.
  10. Gay couple having a baby with the gestational carrier.
  11. Single man having a gestational carrier.

The procedure of Donor Embryos Transfer


  • A thorough evaluation of all the medical and reproductive records of the recipient is done.
  • After this, our fertility doctor prescribes a comprehensive physical analysis that includes a pelvic examination. The pelvic examination helps to determine the presence of any anomaly that can harm pregnancy outcomes.
  • Along with this, our doctor examines endocrinology to check thyroid gland, blood glucose levels, serum prolactin and more.
  • You need to undergo other applicable laboratory tests that can affect the chances of pregnancy.
  • Psychological evaluation


  • Examination and Selection of the Embryo donor.
  • Screening of their medical history, sexual history, family medical and psychological history, substance abuse.

Both Party Consent Granting

Follow all the legal consents from both the couple and the Embryo donor.


  • The embryo donor goes through ovarian stimulation with the hormonal treatment maintaining the Standard protocol.
  • Once the ovarian follicles reach their relevant size, the stimulus medication is given to the donor to achieve the final growth and ovulation.
  • The doctor then procures eggs at best suitable time under anesthesia.
  • The recipient is prepared for the endometrium to support embryo implantation
  • Simultaneously, we collect semen samples to inject into the oocyte and cultivate it in the laboratory
  • Then under the guidance of ultrasound, we transfer the embryo into the uterus of the recipient