You feel like you have tried everything. You feel like every possible avenue to conceiving a child, you have already been down. You are tired, stressed, and more than anything, ready to hold onto a child of your very own.
But what can you do when you feel like every option has been tried and unsuccessful? Dr. Jane Miller of North Hudson IVF is here to help. Dr. Miller can discuss your options of donor egg IVF with you, and help you realize other fertility options that you might not have thought possible.
Through this blog, you will learn about donor egg IVF (DIVF) and what it can do to bring a child into your life. To find out more about egg donation and how it can change your life.
The Purpose of DIVF
Donor egg IVF gives patients the opportunity to conceive with the help of a donor. Donor eggs or donor embryos can allow for a woman who is infertile to give birth. Woman who usually consider DIVF include:
- Women with premature ovarian failure where menopause starts before the age of 40.
- Women with diminished ovarian reserves (eggs that are low in quality)
- Women with the possibility of transferring genetically transmitted diseases
- Failure with IVF treatments in the past
At North Hudson IVF, we research our egg donors completely and allow our patients to find a match that is suitable to them. We make sure that everything is of the highest quality to ensure that our patients feel comfortable with the entire process.
Dr. Jane Miller helps you to understand what is necessary in regards to in-vitro fertilization to make DIVF work for you. When a donor’s eggs are matched to your own egg cycle, a fertilized embryo can be implanted. After about 9-11 days, the embryo transfer is tested with a pregnancy test to evaluate if the procedure was successful.
Donor Egg IVF has been very successful with many of our patients. If you would like to learn about how this procedure can help you, please contact North Hudson IVF to help make your dreams of parenthood become reality.
Learn More about DIVF
To learn more about Donor Egg IVF, do not hesitate to contact the North Hudson IVF team. We will answer all of your questions about Donor Egg IVF, and help you understand if DIVF is a good option for your family.
There are multiple things to consider with DIVF, but you can rest assured that Dr. Jane Miller is here to guide you through the process. You do not have to feel alone in the process—you have the entire North Hudson IVF team behind you.
Learn more about egg donation and learn if it could be the right fit for you. Contact us today to find out more, and see how parenthood could be along the horizon for you.