Egg Donor in Kenya –Help to create the families
Egg Donor in Kenya is the woman who help the another woman by giving her eggs to fulfill the dream of another woman as she is not able to produce the good quality of eggs due to over age, ovarian failure, late marriages, at times the eggs which they produce is of bad quality and of no use.
Egg Donor in Kenya is the young, healthy and fertile woman whose age is between 21 years to 30 years and she is medically fit for the egg donation process. Couples can choose the Egg Donor in Kenya according to their preference as we have the large database of Indian, African, and Caucasian egg donors with us to create the families for the infertile couples.
The basic information related to Egg Donor in Kenya we share with all the couples who are undergoing for the egg donation procedure suck as the age, complexion, height, educational qualification, family history, any allergy from any medicine etc.
How to become an Egg donor
The woman who have decided to become an egg donor and to help another woman she should fulfill the following requirements:
• Her age should be between 21 to 30 years
• Mentally and physically healthy
• Avoid the consumption of smoking and alcohol
• Having regular and monthly periods
• Not using any contra septic pills
• Both the ovaries are present
• No family history of genetic disorder
• Willing to take injection which is necessary for the procedure
• No current use of psychoactive drugs
• No history of substance abuse
• Support from family and friends
• Mature enough to understand the criticality of the procedure
If the woman able to meet the above requirements can send their nominations at email@example.com
Egg Donation Procedure
Egg donation is the procedure in which the fertility expert will give you the injections to produce more mature eggs at one time. When the eggs ripen, then your fertility expert will give you short anesthesia to remove the eggs from your ovaries without giving any cut on your abdomen. After this procedure complete you can return to your home. The eggs are then fertilized with the sperm of the recipient husband in the laboratory either by IVF or ICSI and kept in an incubator for two days.
Two days later, a four-celled embryo is formed, then eight-celled embryos are formed on the third day and on the fifth day a multi-celled blastocyst is formed. Once the embryo reached it blastocyst stage then it will be transferred to the uterus of another woman in order to achieve the successful pregnancy.
After the completion of the egg donation process, nearly 70 to 80% of the women are getting pregnant. In case the procedure is not worked for the intended mother for the first time she can repeat egg donation cycle to achieve the successful pregnancy. Most of the women have undergone for more than two cycles of egg donation procedure to fulfill their dream of having an own baby.
Cost of Egg Donor in Kenya
The cost of Egg Donor in Kenya is very reasonable and can be easily afforded by the people of average class as well. The cost of the Egg Donor in Kenya is one-fifth of the cost of Egg donors in the countries like the US and the UK. Every year thousands of people travel to Kenya for the egg donation procedure as the cost is reasonable and the success rate of taking home baby is high.
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