statistics indicate a 40% chance frozen embryos will thaw that
is up up until 2007 with the use of the vitrification process
estimates are that those frozen after 2007 and with the
vitrification process 70% to 90% may thaw.
Of those that thaw, there is a 50% chance they will attach to
the lining. (those frozen after 2007 may have better
statistics to report)
adoptive couple may give birth to the sex of the child you
to the anonymous option: your children could go to college,
meet, and marry.
and SART guidelines from May 2005 require that clinics obtain
initial donor blood work and re-test at three (3) months after
IVF. Adopter clinics may or may not request this additional
blood work, which is covered by insurance under infectious
diseases. If not covered by insurance, adopters will be asked
to pick up the cost.
Blood storage is an option for unforeseen possible illness of
your child(ren) in the future.
you are pregnant you can contact us and let us know that you
want to donate-- but we recommend that you wait until the
baby(s) are born - just in case of any unforeseen
complications, where you may need the frozen embryos for
time it takes to match your embryos varies. We must have the
embryology, blood lab test results of AIDS, STD’s, and
Hepatitis report from your clinic, which can take days, weeks,
or months to obtain in order for adoptors clinics to consider
accepting. (egg donor and sperm donor eligibility letter also
required for donated egg or sperm or both)
E.A., the adoptive parents(s), and potential little ones are
pioneers. We have no idea what issues or emotions may arise in
the future, but we all have the love and best interest in mind
for each other, especially the little ones!
have a dedicated Yahoo support group for parents who donated
and children who were born:
P.O. Box 42841
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242-5020
Hours 9:30 to 4:30 Monday–Friday Eastern Standard Time
Phone: 513-518-7006 Fax: 727-489-2427