Donating your eggs is the most generous gift
The gift of life through egg donation is a truly valuable and honourable act that positively changes the lives of those who for a variety of reasons would not be able to start a family themselves without donated eggs.
Our donors feel a huge sense of pride and achievement, knowing the joy
they have brought to people who could not otherwise become parents.
When considering donating your eggs you will have numerous questions and this blog answers the most frequent ones we hear from our donors.
Continue reading Frequently asked questions for egg donors
We are excited to be attending Brighton Pride this coming Saturday (5th August) as a stallholder. Please come and see us at this flamboyant event. In the lead up we’ve created this blog to explain the fertility options available at Complete Fertility Centre for same sex and single women.
Continue reading Our fertility treatment options for same-sex and single women
It’s comes as no surprise to us that our egg sharing packages for same sex female couples are popular and appealing to patients from far and wide. In this blog you can find out why these packages are so popular with our same sex couples.
Continue reading Same sex egg share packages increasing in popularity
If you’re considering becoming an egg donor then you’ll already have your own personal thoughts about why you might like to donate your eggs. Women choose to become egg donors for many reasons and here are just a few. Whatever your reason it takes a very special person to give the most generous gift – the gift of life.
Continue reading Eggcellent reasons to donate your eggs
If you need donor eggs to have a baby you may consider going abroad for IVF treatment. There is the perception that donor eggs aren’t available in the UK, and that clinics that do offer donor eggs have long waiting lists.
This isn’t the case at Complete Fertility Centre where we have donor eggs available right now.
Continue reading Egg donation home or abroad
Latest figures from the HFEA show that the numbers of women undergoing fertility treatment using donor sperm have risen consistently over recent years. In 2013, 1645 cycles of fresh IVF or donor insemination treatment were carried out for female patients registered without a partner.
Continue reading More single women are having a baby on their own than ever before
Egg sharing involves donating half of your eggs, produced during your IVF treatment that are normally surplus, to a woman who needs eggs, so that you both have a chance of becoming pregnant.
Continue reading Need IVF? Become an Egg Sharer and receive your treatment for as little as £500 all inclusive