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The Donor SOURCE egg donation program provides the most optimal conditions for both egg donors and intended parents. Our egg donation center's commitment is to provide the highest degree of compassion and skilled care to recipients and egg donors alike. As part of this commitment, The Donor SOURCE is registered with the FDA and is compliant with all regulations and standards set forth by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. We are licensed by the New York State Department of Health and follow all HIPAA guidelines. We have been in business since 2003, and have served over 2,000 satisfied Intended Parents since inception. Our egg donation center is owned by a group of prominent and successful fertility physicians and business people with extensive experience in the fertility field. Our experienced staff is proud to be part of this extraordinary process, and we strive to uphold the highest level of professionalism every step of the way.


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a blog by Staci Padilla, Senior Case Manager, Southwestern Region Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE and The Surrogacy SOURCE), March 5, 2014

Whenever you combine the world of science with nature for any reason, the results are unpredictable to a certain degree. While advances in the area of infertility treatment, including third party reproduction with IVF are constantly being made, there are still many unknowns. Knowing the risks of donor egg, and understanding them, before you begin your journey is an important step.

LGBTQ Family and Assisted Reproduction

a blog by Traci Medeiros-Bagan, LGBT Coordinator Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE and The Surrogacy SOURCE), February 6, 2014

As we head into 2014 one thing is clear... we are heading into the future.

This might seem like a redundant statement, reiterating what is inevitable every new January as we close chapters and set resolutions, but as culture and law and technology collide this isn't always the case in practice. I am, however, happy to report that in the world of assisted reproduction and LGBTQ family building , the future looks bright and we are definitely headed in the right, amazing, stuff that dreams are made of, direction!

a blog by Tricia Howard, Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE and The Surrogacy SOURCE), December 5, 2013

Having to struggle with fertility and being told you will not be able to have a child on your own not only opens the gate of flooding emotions; it opens the gate to the list of endless questions that lie ahead. Intended parents are now not in control of everything, and will be reaching out to other women for help. Those other women include the egg donor and/or the gestational carrier. These women complete the “team” that will help reach the goal of creating a family, but how are intended parents supposed to feel comfortable with people whom they have never met before, assisting with such a huge part of their life?

a blog by Arika Avedano, Northwest Senior Case Manager,Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE and The Surrogacy SOURCE), September 3, 2013

Every expectant parent goes through a laundry list of questions, concerns and overall bewilderment at the process at hand. Throw in a little third-party reproduction and the process gets that much more amazing.

For a lot of people starting their in vitro fertilization (IVF) with egg donation journey, and even those in the thick of it, there is a lot of uncertainty of exactly what to expect during the process. This is completely normal, and you should be working with an agency whose Case Manager guides you along this imperfect path and catches you when you lose your footing.

a blog by Sheryl Steinberg, East Coast Regional Manager, Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE and The Surrogacy SOURCE), June 6, 2013

For those of us involved in the world of donor egg, fresh donor egg cycles vs. frozen egg cycles are the talk of the town. What to do? Which one gets better results? What exactly is the difference between fresh vs. frozen?

Let’s first be clear on the difference. A fresh donor egg cycle is when you are working with a live donor that you picked just for you. You get the entire yield of her cycle, good or bad. If they retrieve 26 eggs from the donor, all those eggs are yours to use now or in the future. If the cycle only yields 8 eggs, then you get only those 8 to work with.


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