[Egg Recipient Program] New Hope of Oversea IVF, Successful Pregnancy with Young eggs and PGS

2022-03-25
Author: 客戶分享
Translator: Kathleen

Walking on the endless road of infertility treatment is a very tormenting thing. If you are reading this article and you also came here with a glimmer of hope for Taiwan's egg recipient program, but there are many worries in your heart that make you hesitate to take this step, I hope I can give you a push, that's why I wrote this article. I took the egg recipient program at the Stork Reproductive Center, and now I am a mother of a child, living a busy, fulfilling and happy day.

Having spent over two years in infertility treatment in Japan, I was exhausted. Even if egg retrieval is continued, few eggs are collected, and the number of blastocysts that can be cultured is only a few or two. It was like walking on a tightrope doing IVF, and it was always in vain and the number on the deposit kept decreasing. Every time I ask the doctor about the reason for the failure, there is no clearer answer other than "egg aging". We can think in a different way, since the reason for failure is aging, as long as the "egg is young", we may be able to successfully conceive. Wouldn't it be relatively lucky if the body had no other problems that could cause infertility? The doctor's remarks became an opportunity for me to consider the egg recipient program. I collected all kinds of information on review sites and other places on the Internet, and finally found Stork Fertility Center.

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Although we only went to Hsinchu Stork Fertility center for the first consultation and implantation, I can tell it is a very clean and beautiful hospital, which gave me a good impression. When my husband, a technician, saw the laboratory, he also said, "The equipment used here is very good, and we can feel at ease." In addition, there are Japanese people and staff who can communicate with us, and they are very careful in responding and consulting throughout the course of treatment. From the time of matching the donor, to the number of viable eggs when the eggs are thawed for fertilization, the fertilization result... and so on, each stage will be notified and explained by email one by one. Of course, this is until implantation and post-implantation follow-up examinations

I was very fortunate to have a blastocyst implanted for the first time, and the pregnancy went smoothly. I gave birth about a year after the first diagnosis. The risk of treatment and pregnancy is the same as that of normal pregnancy, and it will not be higher because of using donor’s eggs. I can't be more grateful to the donor girl who donated healthy eggs to me.

When the child was born, he looked more like my husband, but recently it has been said that he looks more and more like me. I can clearly feel that when we were paired, Stork Fertility Center really took various conditions such as appearance into consideration for us.

Although I was 40 years old when I gave birth, the baby was born very smoothly. Our baby is not only very cute, but also healthy. Since it is a healthy egg from a young donor and the embryo has also undergone PGS testing, there is no particular anxiety about the growth and development of the child after birth. I think this is also one of the benefits of the treatment.

Thanks again to the doctors, counselors, and egg donor girls who did their best for me. Thank you very much!

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Ophelia
Ophelia
  1. From the text of the client's letter, I can feel her frustration and powerlessness over the repeated failure of egg retrieval. It was the last hope for her to take the egg recipient program, so she mustered up the courage to go overseas to Taiwan for treatment. Finally we didn’t disappoint her. She brought back a healthy baby with one implantation. We hope her sharing will give courage to the couples who want a baby.
  2. The client did a full set of basic examinations on the day of his first visit to Taiwan, including hysteroscopy, fallopian tube photography, immune blood testing, and semen analysis of the husband. The results were all normal. It seems that the reason for the failure may lie in the quality of the eggs, as the Japanese doctor said. The donor’s age of the egg bank in our hospital is mostly in their 20s, and the chromosomal normal rate is about 60%. On average, two healthy embryos can be found in every three blastocysts. The client matched 20 mature eggs, and the culture results were quite good. A total of 10 blastocysts were produced, of which 3 were sent for inspection and the results of PGS were normal. By implanting a chromosomally normal blastocyst, the pregnancy rate can be as high as 6-70%, which is the key to the client's first-time success.
  3. Lucky Code
    MII Eggs after thawing 2PN Blastocyst Transfer Embryo No. of implantation remaining embryos
    20 19 14 10 1 1(D5/5BB/PGS normal) 9

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