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    Default Egg donation clinics in Spain

    Egg donation clinics in Spain

    it seems getting a donor in australia is proving very difficult.

    anybody have any information about egg donors in spain? (I have heard that success rates and quality of treatment are very good?

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm interested in going to a clinic in Madrid for egg donation. Has anyone recently been to Spain for treatment? Like gemini, I've heard that the success rates and quality are very good. Also, as donors are anonymous there isn't a waiting list to start treatment.

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    Hi Martica, have you looked at the Czech Republic? There are a few people on here who have been or are about to go there.

    Like Spain it is anonymous, has good success rates and is actually more affordable than Spain.
    They also have next to no waiting list with databases of healthy young donors, most uni students. The clinic I went to in Zlin can have you cycle in as little as 10 weeks time I'm pretty sure. (If you already have al the test results they want etc)
    My Fertility Specialist actually recommended the Czech Republic to us over Spain.
    You might find some Spain info on a board called Fertility Friends, which is a UK board. They have lots of UK patients in Spain because of its proximity.

    There are a few threads here on BubHub now for ED so don't be shy to jump in!

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    Hi Alice,

    I did look into the Czech clinics and I know they're a bit cheaper but I don't know why I'm more partial to Spain. It's just a gut feeling really. Maybe it's because of the Real Madrid team that one of my best friends was obssessed over!

    I'll definitely check the fertilityfriends site. Thanks!

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    Hey,
    I´ve been in IVF-Spain www.ivf-spain.com. This is a fertility clinic in Spain and I can only recommend it. The prices are very cheap, especially compared with Australia and even with the flight, stay, etc. the treatment I did was still cheaper than in Australia. Another thing is the donor pool. They have many donors, young students of every nationality possible, as they told me, and you can start treatment right away, no waiting list! I was talking to them in English without any languages barriers and was amazed by the spa-like clinic, with the friendly staff. Everyone was smiling all the time and I never had the feeling of being in a clinic. Dr Aizpurua, the founder and main doctor at IVF-Spain was so professional and friendly that I immediately felt in the right hands. He told me as well that they would examine me until they found the cause of my fertility problem and the second trial got me pregnant. He told me as well, that stress hinders you from getting pregnant, so I relaxed and took some extra treatments, which they offer. I did Acupuncture before and after the treatment and I think this really helped!
    They have every treatment possible, except surrogacy, which I think is prohibited in Spain and they offer the best technology. Genetic screening tests, PGD/PGS, EEVA, etc. are some examples of the possibilities there.

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    Hello

    I'm a single mum of a beautiful 8 month old baby boy, and am from Auckland NZ.

    I was tested and had a very low AMH - originally I had planned to just do IUI with donor sperm in order to make my baby dream come true. The doctors here then suggested I try using donor eggs as well with IVF as it was likely I wouldn't have enough eggs let alone good quality. This was quite a blow and was also likely to be incredibly expensive. Also, it's very hard to find egg donors here in NZ unless you use a family member, as donors aren't paid and there is an obligation to be available to the child when they turn 18yo.
    I would've been on a waiting list for years.

    I decided to start thinking outside the square and had heard that a friend of a friend had gone to Prague with her husband to use an egg donor and had been successful. I did a lot of research and found tonnes of overseas clinics able to help - and for much cheaper than here in NZ (including the airfare!).

    I settled on IVF Spain in Alicante as they were incredibly helpful and professional and I decided the donors there were most likely to match me in terms of looks etc.. After several Skype consults and lots of emails, I travelled there with my Mum in October 2014 (we spent 2 lovely weeks in gorgeous Spain). Two embryos were implanted and when I got home I discovered I was pregnant with my gorgeous boy! (Born July 2015). I'm currently making plans to head back over early next year for a sibling for my boy.

    Was wondering if anyone else had similar experiences? :-)

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    stumbled across this report and though it might be interesting for someone who considers ed in Spain -Spain probably the best egg donation destination
    Hope you would find it helpful
    Last edited by batbat; 12-03-2016 at 01:15.

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    I see this thread hasn't been in use for several months, but I want to share this ht*p://w*w.eggdonationfriends.com/learning-patients-survey/

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    Hi there , I'm new here. I was wondering if this thread was still active as it's been a while since the last post... But I'm starting this crasy journey of egg donation treatment abroad and DH and I are convinced to go to Spain (Spanish background for DH and great technologies and statistics). But there are too many clinics. We checked out the eggdonationfriends link but still need some help to make one of the most important decision of our life. And I personnaly find the experiences of people who went through the same such a great support. Can you help us? Thanks a lot


 

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