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Atlanta, GA, Fertility Guide

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In general, pregnancy success rates using donor egg are high because the eggs are from women in their 20s. Dr. Jim Toner, a fertility doctor with Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine, explains that the use of genetic testing further increases the success rates, even with single embryo transfer.

Donor egg disclosure is advised, but it's a personal matter and a number of issues should be taken into account. Dr. Daniel Shapiro, Medical Director of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta, GA, and Clinical Director of My Egg Bank, N.A. explains.

Once eggs and embryos are frozen, or cryopreserved, they can remain in that state for years, or even decades, according to Dr. Jim Toner, a fertility doctor with Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine.

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