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IVF + Egg Donation in Iran

What is IVF or In Vitro Fertilization?

IVF+ Egg Donation in Iran: In vitro fertilization (IVFmore… is a process of fertilization where an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro (“in glass”). The process involves monitoring and stimulating a woman’s ovulatory process, removing an ovum or ova (egg or eggs) from the woman’s ovaries and letting sperm fertilize them in a liquid in a laboratory. After the fertilized egg (zygote) undergoes embryo culture for 2–6 days, it is implanted in the same or another woman’s uterus, with the intention of establishing a successful pregnancy.

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IVF is the most effective form of assisted reproductive technology. The procedure can be done using your own eggs and your partner’s sperm. Or IVF may involve eggs, sperm or embryos from a known or anonymous donor. In some cases, a gestational carrier — a woman who has an embryo implanted in her uterus — might be used.

Your chances of having a healthy baby using IVF(more…) depend on many factors, such as your age and the cause of infertility(more…). In addition, IVF can be time-consuming, expensive and invasive. If more than one embryo is implanted in your uterus, IVF can result in a pregnancy with more than one fetus (multiple pregnancies).

Quick Information

Cost

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Duration of procedure

Hospital Stay

Minimum Stay in Iran

$4500 (IVF+Egg donation)

Local

3-4 weeks

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3-4 weeks

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IVF + Embryo Transfer

21-28 days
$2800
  • Treatment
  • Medical consultation
  • Post Treatment follow-up
  • Airport Pick up/Drop off

IVF + PGD (Sex Selection)

21-28 days
$3800
  • Treatment
  • Medical consultation
  • Post Treatment follow-up
  • Airport Pick up/Drop off

IVF + Egg donation

21-28 days
$4500
  • Treatment
  • Medical consultation
  • Post Treatment follow-up
  • Airport Pick up/Drop off

IVF + Egg Donation + PGD

21-28 days
$5500
  • Treatment
  • Medical consultation
  • Post Treatment follow-up
  • Airport Pick up/Drop off

How much is IVF with donor eggs process cost in Iran compared with IVF with donor eggs process cost in other countries?

Nowadays, medicine is a globalized and most issues like IVF with donor eggs process can be treated in different parts of the world. However, every year many people go to Iran to receive IVF with donor eggs treatment there. Some important reasons for most patients are the high quality of the therapy and the significant role of costs compared to other countries.

Generally, IVF with donor eggs process cost in Iran is one third of IVF with donor eggs process cost in other countries while the quality is compatible with countries such as the USA and Germany.

  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Turkey 100% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Malaysia 300% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in India 110% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Poland 125% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Czech 145% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Ukraine 145% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Russia 155% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Cyprus 170% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Greece 180% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in UK 255% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Latvia 190% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in UAE 190% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Spain 215% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Italy 270% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Australia 455% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.
  • You can find the average cost of IVF with donor eggs process in USA 750% higher than the cost of IVF with donor eggs process in Iran.

Why it’s done

Sometimes, IVF(more…) is offered as a primary treatment for infertility in women over age 40. IVF can also be done if you have certain health conditions. For example, IVF may be an option if you or your partner has:

  • Fallopian tube damage or blockage. Fallopian tube damage or blockage makes it difficult for an egg to be fertilized or for an embryo to travel to the uterus.
  • Ovulation disorders. If ovulation is infrequent or absent, fewer eggs are available for fertilization.

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  • Premature ovarian failure. Premature ovarian failure is the loss of normal ovarian function before age 40. If your ovaries fail, they don’t produce normal amounts of the hormone estrogen or have eggs to release regularly.
  • Endometriosis. Endometriosis occurs when the uterine tissue implants and grows outside of the uterus — often affecting the function of the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes.
  • Uterine fibroids. Fibroids are benign tumors in the wall of the uterus and are common in women in their 30s and 40s. Fibroids can interfere with implantation of the fertilized egg.
  • Previous tubal sterilization or removal. If you’ve had a tubal ligation — a type of sterilization in which your fallopian tubes are cut or blocked to permanently prevent pregnancy — and want to conceive, IVF may be an alternative to tubal ligation reversal.
  • Impaired sperm production or function. Below-average sperm concentration, weak movement of sperm (poor mobility), or abnormalities in sperm size and shape can make it difficult for sperm to fertilize an egg. If semen abnormalities are found, your partner might need to see a specialist determine if there are correctable problems or underlying health concerns.
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  • Unexplained infertility. Unexplained infertility means no cause of infertility has been found despite evaluation for common causes.
  • A genetic disorder. If you or your partner is at risk of passing on a genetic disorder to your child, you may be candidates for preimplantation genetic diagnosis — a procedure that involves IVF. After the eggs are harvested and fertilized, they’re screened for certain genetic problems, although not all genetic problems can be found. Embryos that don’t contain identified problems can be transferred to the uterus.
  • Fertility preservation for cancer or other health conditions. If you’re about to start cancer treatment — such as radiation or chemotherapy — that could harm your fertility, IVF for fertility preservation may be an option. Women can have eggs harvested from their ovaries and frozen in an unfertilized state for later use. Or the eggs can be fertilized and frozen as embryos for future use. Women who don’t have a functional uterus or for whom pregnancy poses a serious health risk might choose IVF using another person to carry the pregnancy (gestational carrier). In this case, the woman’s eggs are fertilized with sperm, but the resulting embryos are placed in the gestational carrier’s uterus.
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FAQs:

1- How many embryos will be transferred? The number of embryos transferred is typically based on the age and number of eggs retrieved. Since the rate of implantation is lower for older women, more embryos are usually transferred — except for women using donor eggs. Most doctors follow specific guidelines to prevent a higher order multiple pregnancies — triplets or more — and in some countries, legislation limits the number of embryos that can be transferred at once. Make sure you and your doctor agree on the number of embryos that will be transferred before the transfer procedure.

2- What will you do with any extra embryos? Extra embryos can be frozen and stored for future use for several years. Not all embryos will survive the freezing and thawing process, although most will. Cryopreservation can make future cycles of IVF less expensive and less invasive. However, the live birth rate from frozen embryos is slightly lower than the live birth rate from fresh embryos. Or, you might be able to donate unused frozen embryos to another couple or a research facility. You might also choose to discard unused embryos.

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3- How will you handle a multiple pregnancy? If more than one embryo is transferred to your uterus, IVF can result in a multiple pregnancy — which poses health risks for you and your babies. In some cases, a fetal reduction can be used to help a woman deliver fewer babies with lower health risks. Pursuing fetal reduction, however, is a major decision with ethical, emotional and psychological consequences.

4- Have you considered the potential complications associated with using donor eggs, sperm or embryos or a gestational carrier? A trained counselor with expertise in donor issues can help you understand the concerns, such as the legal rights of the donor. You also may need an attorney to file court papers to help you become legal parents of an implanted embryo.

Egg Donation

What is Egg donation?

Egg Donation is the process by which a woman donates eggs to enable another woman to conceive as part of an assisted reproduction treatment or for biomedical research. For assisted reproduction purposes, egg donation typically involves IVF technology, with the eggs being fertilized in the laboratory; more rarely, unfertilized eggs may be frozen and stored for later use. Egg donation is a third party reproduction as part of assisted reproductive technology.IVF+ Egg Donation in Iran

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Indication:

A need for egg donation may arise for a number of reasons. Infertile couples may resort to egg donation when the female partner cannot have genetic children because her own eggs cannot generate a viable pregnancy, or because they could generate a viable pregnancy but the chances are so low that it is not advisable or not financially feasible to do IVF with her own eggs. This situation is often, but not always based on advanced reproductive age.

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It can also be due to early onset of menopause, which can occur as early as their 20s. In addition, some women are born without ovaries, while some women’s reproductive organs have been damaged or surgically removed due to disease or other circumstances. Another indication would be a genetic disorder on part of the woman that either renders her infertile or would be dangerous for any offspring, problems that can be circumvented by using eggs from another woman. Many women have none of these issues, but continue to be unsuccessful using their own eggs—in other words, they have undiagnosed infertility—and thus turn to donor eggs or donor embryos.

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What is PGD?

PGD is a treatment which involves checking the genes or chromosomes of your embryos for a specific genetic condition. Because the embryos need to be tested in a lab you will need to have IVF, even if you and your partner have no fertility problems. Embryos which have been tested and are free of the condition will be placed back into your womb to hopefully continue to develop.

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Who can have PGD?

Your doctor may discuss PGD with you if:

  • you have ended previous pregnancies because of a serious genetic condition
  • you already have a child with a serious genetic condition and want to avoid this happening again
  • you have a family history of a serious genetic condition, or
  • you have a family history of chromosome problems.
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Which genetic conditions can be tested for during PGD?

PGD can be used to test for almost any genetic condition where a specific gene is known to cause that condition. At the moment nearly 400 conditions have been approved for testing.

What if I have a genetic condition that hasn’t been approved for testing?

If there’s a genetic condition you’d like to be able to test for that hasn’t already been approved, your clinic will need to apply to us to add it to the PGD list. There are strict criteria for deciding which conditions should be permitted so bear in mind it could be a lengthy process and you may not be successful.

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How safe is PGD?

The PGD treatment itself is thought to be very safe – there is no evidence that babies born following PGD suffer from any more health or developmental problems than babies born using IVF alone. There are risks from having IVF though, some of which can be very serious.

Although an embryo can develop normally even when it has had a cell removed, there is a possibility that some embryos may be damaged by the process, which means they would need to be discarded. In addition, PGD is not 100% accurate so there’s a small chance the tests may not work or may give the wrong information.

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What’s the chance of having a baby with PGD?

As with most fertility treatments, success depends on many factors, including the woman’s age and whether there are any existing fertility problems. We only have a small amount of data on births from PGD because it’s a fairly rare treat.

In 2016, there were 712 treatment cycles of PGD:

  • 132 of these cycles used fresh embryos and the birth rate per embryo transferred was 30%.
  • 580 of these cycles used frozen embryos and the birth rate per embryo transferred was 36%.

Why might PGD be unsuccessful?

Unfortunately, sometimes there are no embryos suitable for transfer to the womb. This could be because:

  • not enough eggs are produced or fertilized in the first place
  • removing the cells for analysis damages the embryos
  • all the embryos are affected by the genetic disease
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