Egg Donor Services

Process for Egg Donation:

Surrogacy is nothing less than medical revolution for those couples who are facing problems due to infertility but desirous of having their own child. As an Assisted Reproductive Technique or ART, surrogacy is now a globally accepted reproductive procedure. The success of surrogacy treatment largely depends upon the egg donor or surrogate therefore, couples should make judicious decision before going in for donor sperm, egg or embryos of the donor.

A third party donor is a person who donates sperm, eggs or embryo to his/her known friends, family or acquaintances. The most common reason of using donated sperm, eggs or embryos is due to the following factors-

The couple is unable to have children by using their own sperm, egg or embryo due to infertility or some physical or psychological reasons.

There exists some known genetic disorders in the family and the couple does not like to inherit them by passing them through natural reproductive procedure.


Ans) Egg donors are an essential part of Assisted Reproduction as about 50% of women suffer from infertility because of decreased or absent ovarian reserve. Some women may have a specific genetic condition such as cystic fibrosis or fragile x syndrome because of which they cannot have their genetically related babies.

Also, needed for Single Parent/Gay Surrogacy.

Ans) Majority of the egg donors – Caucasian/African/Indian at Surrogacy Kenya are from South Africa and we have a local office in Johannesburg who helps us in recruitment.

Ans) Surrogacy Kenya has a strong database of Caucasian, Nepalese, Thai and African American egg donors.

Ans) Yes, egg donation is affordable, but fees for egg donors vary based on their education and other qualities.

Ans) Yes, we have several Caucasian egg donors in our database.

Ans) Yes, we have African as well as African American egg donors as well.

Ans) The female undergoing this kind of a treatment undergoes what is known as a Down regulated cycle and this is to match the patient’s cycle with the Donor cycle.

Ans)The process is similar to the IVF process with egg donation. The only difference is that the embryo is transferred into a surrogate mother instead.

Ans)Controlled Ovarian Hyper-Stimulation (COH) to cause super-ovulation. For more information write to one of our Doctors at

Ans)The tests include:

  • Haematology
  • Pathology
  • Bio chemistry
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Chromosomal and Genetic screening
  • Hormonal Testing
  • Ultrasound

Ans) Success rates vary from cycle to cycle based on the number and quality of embryos transferred, cumulative (3 cycles) pregnancy rates in IVF are 83% and surrogacy 94%.

Ans) Please send in your profile and you may write to us at

Ans) The fees offered is confidential and may vary depending on your profile. You can write to us at

Donor Selection

  • Age less than 30 years.
  • No Genetic/ chromosomal / Infectious history.
  • No Genetic/ chromosomal / Infectious history.