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A 2023 research article covers new ground and has positive answers direct from young adults themselves.
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.
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.
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.
Women’s fertility declines more rapidly after 30, so it’s a good idea to start thinking about freezing eggs earlier to give you the best chance of a successful later pregnancy.
Our experts answer your questions about options and outcomes to help you understand the differences between using fresh or frozen donor eggs for IVF treatment.
As with all fertility matters, there’s no black and white answer about the perfect time to freeze eggs that will apply to all women.
Some of the questions we’re most often asked are about the advantages of UK-based egg donor treatment. Here are six things to consider when looking at the options of treatment at home or abroad.
We carried out a survey to examine the motivations of women who were part of the 'Freeze and Share' programme, and assess the extent to which altruism plays a role in their decision.
Vitrification has catalysed a revolution in assisted reproductive technology that is disrupting models of care.
We asked the most common questions we hear about surrogacy in the UK to discover the ‘lived experience’ of those who have had children through surrogacy or using donor eggs and of surrogates and egg donors themselves.
Choosing an egg donor is a personal decision, dependent on the circumstances that have brought you to this point in your journey. Find out a few insights from other patients
London Egg Bank's Donor Welfare Programme is designed to provide our generous egg donors with a free fertility health check-up following their donation, as a thank you for their donation.
This review analyses the motivations of London Egg Bank patients who returned to the clinic to thaw their eggs after previously freezing them, and what we can learn from the egg thawing process.
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