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Using an Egg Donor in Wyoming
According to the 2011 Assisted Reproductive Technology Report published by the CDC, there were no egg donor IVF cycles performed in Wyoming. This is because there are no fertility clinics located directly in the state. For more information on egg donor cycles performed in the neighboring states of Montana, Idaho, or Colorado, please check out their regional sites.
What is Egg Donation?
Egg donation is an option for women with certain infertility conditions, including premature ovarian failure or a diminished ovarian reserve. With egg donation, eggs are harvested from the donor, a woman who produces healthy eggs, fertilized through IVF and then implanted into the intended mother.
You can choose to use a known egg donor—a woman you know in everyday life, like a family member or a friend—or an anonymous egg donor, a woman donates her eggs while keeping her identity secret. You can be matched with an egg donor through a fertility clinic or through an egg donor agency.
Egg Donation in Wyoming
There are no fertility clinics or egg donor agencies in Wyoming, so there are no clinics in the state that perform egg donor IVF cycles. However, there are fertility clinics in the bordering states of Idaho, Colorado, Montana and Nebraska that work with egg donors. If you are interested in learning more about egg donation in these clinics, you can contact a rep from each clinic.