Embryo Donation

Embryo Donation
Embryo Donation

Embryo Donation

Using donor embryos, from donated sperm and donated eggs, offers excellent chances of a successful pregnancy for women who are struggling with infertility and are not getting pregnant with in vitro fertilization (IVF).  The California Conceptions Program is a donor embryo program that offers success rates of 65%-75% per try at a lower cost than using a traditional egg donor or donated embryos left over from previous fertility treatments.  To make this better, the California Conceptions Donor Embryo Program offers 3 tries for one flat rate.  Because we use donor sperm and donor eggs, there are significantly less barriers to pregnancy and the chances of success with three tries are among the highest possible rates of success offered in a very cost effective way.  The California Conceptions Program is usually successful even when most people have failed previous fertility treatments.

Know Your Options

Pregnancy with donated embryos may not be a good option for everyone, but for many women and their partners, it offers the opportunity to build their family without significant legal and financial burdens. Couples facing the lengthy process of adoption or high costs of infertility treatments often find pregnancy with donated embryos, or embryo adoption, an excellent alternative to donor eggs or traditional adoption.  Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about why using donated embryos offers such high chances of success.

Traditional Donated Embryos

Traditional donated embryos are the embryos being donated by another person or couple after they have completed their own fertility treatments.  While these embryos are not part of the California Conceptions Program, California IVF Fertility Center does participate in traditional donated embryo transfers.  Very few people elect to donate their embryos, and this results in many embryos being frozen for year.  California IVF offers all of our IVF and donor recipient patients the option to donate their extra embryos to another person or couple.  Occasionally there are embryos available for traditional donated embryo treatments.