Family Building With Egg Donation in Kansas City: Fresh vs. Frozen
Posted by Pathways to Parenthood | June 1, 2016
When deciding to use an egg donor to build and grow your family, now you have the choice of doing an in vitro fertilization cycle with an egg donor you have selected as your donor who cycles with you, or purchasing frozen eggs from an egg bank.
The option of using frozen donor eggs only became available as an option in October of 2012 so it is a relatively new area in the field of reproductive medicine. Any research you read as to the benefits/risk of using frozen eggs is based on limited data done in a short period of time. The potential long-term risks and negative consequences are unknown at this point. Egg banks are certainly not going to give you any information to dissuade you from buying eggs from their egg bank. So as with anything else in the medical field, it is important to gather information from reliable sources that are not trying to sell you anything. Educate yourself as to the pros and cons of each, because there are pros and cons to each option, and make the choice that best fits your needs.
One source to gather information about building your family through egg donation, and compare doing a fresh vs. frozen cycle is RESOLVE. Visit their website at https://resolvenewengland.org/
For information about doing a fresh donor egg cycle, please contact us.
Egg Donor Program Disclaimer
Pathways to Parenthood Surrogacy Agency’s egg donor program is no longer in operation. After many wonderful years of helping families grow through egg donation, the difficult but necessary decision was made to close the program. The Covid pandemic’s economic impact and change in market conditions greatly influenced our decision.
The good news is that we are still building families through surrogacy. Plus, given our years of experience, we can provide education and guidance regarding the egg donation process for family building, and also recommendations and referrals for finding an egg donor. Please contact us for more information.