Egg donation is a process where an individual—often called a donor—provides their eggs to another person or couple— known as the recipient—to help them conceive a child. This procedure is often sought by people who, due to various reasons like age, medical conditions, or genetic disorders, cannot use their own eggs.
The egg donation process involves several steps, including the screening of the donor, hormonal stimulation to encourage egg production, and a procedure to extract the eggs. The donated eggs are then fertilized in a laboratory through a process called in vitro fertilization (IVF), and the resulting embryos are transferred into the recipient's uterus.
At Sama, we are absolutely committed to transparent pricing. But because egg donation can take so many different pathways and forms, it is hard for us to offer "one-size-fits-all" care.
If you are considering Sama for egg donation, we'd love to have a complimentary consultation with you to learn more about your individual situation. From there, we can put together your care plan and pricing. We look forward to meeting you.