Donor Eggs

Some people who are trying to create a family are unable to get pregnant using their own eggs—either because they don’t produce their own eggs, or because they can’t use their own eggs for a particular reason. We're here to help.

At Monash IVF, we’re here to support our patients through our egg donor programs so that they too can achieve their dreams of having a family.

We’re proud to have been involved in the conception of the world’s first baby through egg donation in 1983. And we’ve never looked back.

Are donor eggs right for me?

For some people, donor eggs are their only option for starting a family. This may be because of:

  • premature ovarian failure (menopause)
  • unexplained and repeated miscarriage
  • advanced maternal age
  • genetic issues
  • infertility after treatment for cancer or other serious illness
  • unsuccessful IVF treatment cycles

If you’re thinking about using donor eggs, we suggest you start by talking to your fertility specialist. They can run you through the details of your egg donor options, and discuss whether or not it’s right for you.

How can I access donor eggs?

We can assist you with accessing donor eggs by:

  • using a known egg donors
  • importing eggs from overseas
  • accessing clinic-recruited egg donors

Types of egg donors

PCOS

Eager to hear more about our egg donor programs?

Call 1800 730 431 to speak with our patient coordinators about the best options for you.

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