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Using an Egg Donor in Indianapolis

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Some women with conditions like diminished ovarian reserve, premature ovarian failure, or ovulation difficulties may look to egg donation as a way to build their families. According to the 2007 Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, there were 174 egg donor cycles in the state of Indiana, including a total of 153 egg donor cycles in Indianapolis. Of this number, 104 were fresh donor egg cycles and 49 were frozen donor egg cycles.

Known Egg Donors and Anonymous Egg Donors

Once you have decided to go with an egg donor for your assisted reproduction needs, you then must decide which type of egg donor you would like to use. You can use a known egg donor, which would be a woman you know personally, like a friend or family member. A lot of couples do not feel comfortable asking someone they know to serve as an egg donor. Some couples instead prefer to work with an anonymous egg donor, which is a woman who donates her eggs without revealing her identity. Anonymous egg donors can be matched with prospective patients through an egg donor agency.

Indianapolis Egg Donor Agencies and Clinics

Because egg donor agencies are not regulated by state law, it is important to research the ones you are considering carefully before you commit to one. Make sure to visit the clinic and ask a number of questions, like how long it has been in operation, what types of screening are in place, and how many times a woman can donate her eggs.

Egg donor agencies match up intended parents with potential egg donors. Intended parents can usually choose an egg donor based on options like age, race, or education level.

The following egg donor agencies work with Indianapolis residents:

  • ConceiveAbilities
  • Surrogate Mothers, Inc.

Some couples instead prefer to work with a fertility clinic for their egg donation needs, since everything can be handled in one location. There are a number of fertility clinics in Indianapolis that help match patients with egg donors.