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Egg Donation Clinics - Prague or Spain

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creatingbabyg · 11/11/2019 16:33

I'm looking for recommendations for IVF clinics for egg donation.

We had our first DEIVF with Gynem in Prague and the experience wasn't great. The information and communication received was really lacking. The DEIVF wasn't successful and we are still waiting for answers to many questions we have about the whole procedure.

We want to continue our donor egg journey but now looking for other clinics, both in Prague - and Spain as another option.

I'm looking for personal stories of clinics that were supportive and professional throughout your journey to motherhood :-)

Thank you!

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Cutesbabasmummy · 14/11/2019 21:39

I can recommend IVI Alicante. Very good communication the whole way through. We had our BFP on our second frozen donor egg cycle. The clinic is modern and the staff were very caring and when we had the transfer they showed us the embryo bring pick.up by the technician and put into me. Would highly recommend x

Mmc224 · 14/11/2019 21:42

We used fertility port in Prague, successful first time. Just had 12 week scan today. Also have four more embryos in storage. Excellent communication, felt well looked after throughout.

Cauliflowerpower · 14/11/2019 21:45

We used Genet in Prague in association with their London clinic city fertility

Fabulous loved them. Our 4 year old de twins are a blessing

Carajillo · 15/11/2019 10:27

Both countries have anonymous donors of course and that may be something to think about if you are unable to stay in the UK for treatment. Just to let you know that Portugal now have ID release at 18 donors and that may be a consideration. So does Denmark.

I have 13 year old twins from donor embryo in Spain and you need to be aware that many Spanish clinics only give age and blood group of donors which certainly is an issue for my children who would like more information. You can shop around as some clinics will give more info. I don't know how much information the clinics in the CR give.

I have been open and honest with my children since birth about their conception but they have always expressed sadness that they don't know who their donors and half siblings are. They are going to submit their DNA in the future to find out more.

Wherever you choose, counselling can be very helpful and I recommend contacting the Donor Conception Network who can talk to you about all the issues involved. Best C
www.dcnetwork.org/home-or-overseas

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