Hi Biscotti - my clinic was called Serum IVF - there is a tonne of info about it on the uk website Fertility Friends. I have also heard good things about 'Embryoland'. My first try in Greece was with 'Genesis' and I can't put into words how awful that experience was! As for Serum I would give them ten out if ten. They were such lovy women to deal with - from the receptionist to the midwives to the clinic director (Penny), they were professional, empathetic, always had a positive attitude, and we're really thorough. They were really flexible about organising a cycle in the way best for DH and I given we had to travel so far but wanted to be away for as short a time as possible. I always got speedy responses to my emails - I can't complain about anything! Going to Genesis was like going to a car factory - waited 4 hours for my first appointment, there was no dignity in the treatment (left in stirrups facing a window with no covering for 30 mins, internal scan was really rough etc), going to Serum was like getting a facial - peaceful, punctual, dignified ... And i'm pregnant (and stayed pregnant this time). Heavenly! Also, Serum seem to really know their donors personally and care about them. I got basic height and colouring stats from Genesis. Serum told me her stats, but also her hobbies and personality etc - which is lovely to know and be able to tell bubs later when he/she asks ...
There is a thread on bubhub about egg donation generally but also specifically in South Africa - I know some girls who went there and had good experiences (you can pick your own donor and see childhood photos in south africa but Greece is totally anon). So you should find a bit of info on bubhub that is helpful.
Hope that helps, let me know if there is anything else you were wondering about 😊
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