With New Life, you will have access to egg donors’ photos, family backgrounds, and personal and medical histories in a large database of unique frozen egg donors. Our database has non-anonymous donors of different nationalities from local donors and all around the world, including:
This allows you to choose the best fit for your family. Parents-to-be are encouraged to contact the New Life team to obtain a data-protected password for login access to this database to explore potential egg donors.
With modern technological advancements in the IVF field, frozen eggs now have the same success rate as fresh eggs when used in an IVF program. At our clinic, we always receive high-quality blastocysts with frozen eggs.
There are three reasons why our parents-to-be now often choose to use frozen eggs:
With travel egg donors, no eggs are guaranteed. With many travel egg donor agencies, parents-to-be will pay $13,000–20,000 USD in advance, prior to the start of their program. This money is nonrefundable, even if the donor ends up with zero eggs. In our experience, we have found that the majority of travel egg donor agencies have been established by former donors, not by doctors. This often leads to cases where donors are not properly stimulated, leaving parents-to-be with large out-of-pocket expenses and either no eggs or no quality eggs to proceed with their IVF program.
In the event of low-quality eggs, typically what we see happen is that donors heat medications during flight, but these stimulation medications have to be stored in a cool, refrigerated area to be effective. Donors may also inject themselves at different times, not following the guidelines given to them by their doctor. The result is rather expensive when you consider paying for travel, flight tickets, accommodations, and medical expenses without a baby to make it all worth it.
Choosing to use our frozen egg bank, our parents-to-be are guaranteed a number of eggs and embryos with half of the expenses in comparison with travel Egg Donor programs, reducing the financial burden and increasing chances of a successful program that ends with a baby to bring home.