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IVF with donated oocytes

IVF with donated eggs is performed without waiting times; eggs are available.

Donated eggs are handled in accordance with the current legislation in Sweden, which means that only known donors are allowed. This also means that a resulting child, at a mature age, has the right to find out about his or her genetic origin. Eggs are chosen where a match is made primarily on the basis of the external characteristics of the woman who is to bear the pregnancy.

How does IVF with donated eggs work?

In IVF treatment with donated eggs, the woman is stimulated with oestrogen in order to make the endometrium in the uterus receptive to an embryo. Receptivity is monitored by way of ultrasonographic scanning.  Cryopreserved donated eggs are thawed and fertilized with  motile  sperm (from the man in the couple, or donated sperm) and cultured in a dish in the laboratory. After 2 -6 days of culture, an embryo is returned to the uterus. If more than one embryo develops, the others are cryopreserved, which can then be used for future treatments.

Egg bank

GynHälsan Fertility Clinic/Minerva Fertility collaborates with Ovogenebank, First Egg Bank and Pedieos IVF, who offer a large selection of egg donors, which makes the choice of an egg donor easier. We also have our own egg bank with frozen eggs, Minerva Sperm and Egg Bank, which is located in close proximity to the GynHälsan Fertility Clinic. In the local egg bank there are donated gamete cells from Sweden.

Please contact us for more information;
076 184 85 85.                                                           

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+46 (0)18-12 80 17

GynHälsan Fertility Clinic
Kålsängsgränd 10 d, 3rd floor
SE-753 19 Uppsala
+46 (0)18-12 80 17
The clinic is centrally located near Uppsala's Central Station