Whatever you’re facing, there will be many other people who have gone through a similar experience. Read our inspirational patient stories from people we’ve helped through many different stages of their fertility treatment. *Photos and names changed to protect patients' identities.
The day she was born and I held my daughter in my arms for the first time, that was it. The love we had for this tiny little baby was just so overwhelming.
We reluctantly turned to donor eggs as I reached 44 and it was our final option; I’m so glad we did!
After the first egg collection, I felt such a great sense of achievement, and since then I have gone through a further two cycles with a lot more confidence...
Aya chose to freeze her eggs to give herself independent options for the future and used an instalment payment plan to fund her treatment.
You’ve read the medical advice, but what’s it really like? Find out everything you need to know - from lifestyle to scientific research, doctors to patients - and how they can help you.
Donor-conceived people reaching 18 this year will be the first to benefit from a 2005 legal change that will allow them to gain access to more identifiable donor information.
Before you start any kind of fertility treatment, or if you’re planning to freeze your eggs, it’s important to understand your likely chances of success. Checking AMH levels before you start gives us some indication of the outcome of the cycle, but it doesn’t tell the full story.
One of our most frequently asked questions about using donors eggs is, 'Will the baby feel like mine'? Previous patients share their donor egg story and give insight into what the journey is like.
A new collaborative platform between London Egg Bank and London Women’s Clinic, OVA provides tailored information on the latest trends and developments from leading fertility experts, and a wide range of patient stories.