Egg sharing can provide an affordable solution if you need IVF or ICSI and are willing, as part of your treatment, to donate some of your surplus eggs to another woman to help her become a mother. Egg sharing does not mean that either you or the person you share your eggs with will have a lower success rate.
If you’re considering sharing your eggs, it’s really important to understand exactly what’s involved and to think about how it might affect you or your family in the future.
Who can egg share?
To be accepted as an egg sharer, you need to be a non-smoker aged between 18 and 35 and have:
- Good general health
- No history of mental health disorders
- No history of inherited diseases
- A normal ovarian reserve with an AMH level > 12 pmol/l
If you feel you could be eligible, and this is something you want to discuss further, please contact us to discuss the next steps.
What does egg sharing cost?
To find out more, you can download our patient information leaflet about egg sharing.
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