Recipient To Donors

INTRODUCTION

Many people require the use of donor eggs, sperm or embryos to achieve a pregnancy. At Life Fertility Clinic we are here to help you achieve your desire of a pregnancy. This fact sheet has been written to help recipients who need donor eggs, sperm or embryos. It aims to take you through our donor program and explain why certain steps are done. We will answer most of the questions that commonly arise during treatment however we suggest you read this leaflet carefully and refer to it during the treatment cycle. If you are unclear about any aspect of your treatment, the medical and nursing staff at Life Fertility are always happy to answer your questions or concerns.

Recipients and their partners will undergo screening blood tests, genetic testing and counselling, which are mandatory prerequisites for our egg, sperm and embryo donor programs. All aspects of treatment and legal implications will be discussed along with the psychological and social feelings about receiving donated egg, sperm or embryos.

WHO NEEDS DONATED EGGS, SPERM, OR EMBRYOS?

Donation of egg, sperm or embryos offers the chance to achieve a pregnancy to people who are unable to do so themselves as a result of many different situations. For example:

  • Premature menopause.
  • Ovarian failure due to chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy treatment.
  • Absence of the ovaries.
  • Carriers of a genetic disorder.
  • Poor ovarian response to hormonal stimulation.
  • Recurrent poor egg quality.
  • Male Infertility.
  • Repeated IVF failures attributed to an egg and/or sperm problem.
  • Single women who desire a child.
CRITERIA FOR DONORS
  • Egg, sperm, and embryo donors can be known to the recipient or clinic recruited.
  • Egg donors to be aged between 21 and 35 years old (preferably completed their family). In the case of known donation the age of a donor may be older than 35, however the potential recipient needs to understand the implications and increased risks.
  • Egg donors to have both ovaries.
  • Sperm donors to be aged between 21 and 50 years old.
  • Sperm donors must produce good quality semen (this will be assessed by the Life Fertility Clinic laboratory).
  • Donor embryos are those embryos already created, less than 10 years old and stored at an IVF unit.
  • Embryos created from a donor egg/sperm cycle cannot be donated on.
  • All egg, sperm and embryo donors and their partners undergo counselling with a Life Fertility Clinic counsellor.
  • All egg, sperm and embryo donors and their partners are screened for HIV, Hepatitis B and C, Syphilis, HTLV I and II, karyotype, and blood group. Gamete (egg and sperm) and embryo donors are required to have repeat screening bloods after six months.
  • All egg, sperm and embryo donors and their partners give consent to treatment and complete a medical and lifestyle questionnaire in order to rule out the possibility of an inherited condition or transmissible infection being passed on.
  • All egg, sperm and embryo donors and their partners provide Life Fertility Clinic with non-identifying and identifying details to be recorded on our donor register.
  • It is illegal in Australia to pay an egg, sperm, and/or embryo donor.
  • Although it is illegal in Australia to receive payment for donation, out-of-pocket expenses will be met by the matched recipient.

It is crucial to remember that all consultations, blood test results, including assessment of the medical and lifestyle questionnaire, education and counselling sessions and consent forms must be completed by both the donor, recipient and their partners at least two weeks prior to commencement of treatment.

A minimum two week cooling off period is mandatory prior to commencement of any donor treatment.

HOW ARE DONORS AND RECIPIENTS MATCHED?

The recipient will be given a profile of the potential donor, consisting of non-identifying details such as physical characteristics (hair and eye colour, height, weight, build, complexion, race), blood group, career, and education to assist in the decision making process of whether they will accept the potential donor. It is very difficult to match physical characteristics due to the limited number of gamete and embryo donors in Australia.

REGISTER

Life Fertility Clinic has a register in which names and details of every egg, sperm and embryo donor, recipient and offspring are recorded. Non-identifying donor information is released in conjunction with the donor’s consent in a profile format to match potential recipients. However, when a child is born as a result of treatment using a donor egg, sperm, or embryo reaches the age of 18 years, they are entitled to obtain the donor’s identifying details by applying to Life Fertility Clinic.

This register also maintains and records the number of offspring generated by each donor egg, sperm and embryo. Once ten families have been attained, donation must cease. Egg, sperm and embryo donors are entitled upon request to Life Fertility Clinic to obtain non-identifying information about the recipient, including the number and gender of persons born.

LEGAL ISSUES

There are many factors to consider when deciding to become the recipient of a donor egg, sperm or embryo. An important factor is that of where you stand legally as a recipient.

As a recipient of a donor egg, sperm or embryo you are the legal parent and have legal responsibility for any child born as a result of donation. You and your partner are named on the child’s birth certificate. Recipients need to understand within these situations the donors of egg, sperm and embryos have the legal right to withdraw or change their consent during the donation process within certain time constraints.

Egg donors have the right to withdraw or change their consent at any time prior to fertilisation of the eggs. Once fertilisation has taken place, the embryo belongs to the recipient and her partner.

Sperm donors have the right to withdraw or change their consent at any time prior to their sperm been used for intrauterine insemination and laboratory insemination during IVF treatment.

Embryo donors have the right to withdraw and change their consent at any time prior to the transfer of embryo(s) into the uterus of the recipient. Once the embryo transfer has taken place the embryo belongs to the recipient.

COUNSELLING

Counselling is mandatory for all donors/ recipients and their partners considering the donor program, and they must attend a minimum of two counselling sessions. (During known donations the final session may be combined at the counsellor’s discretion.) This gives both the recipient and their partner the opportunity to talk through the implications of becoming a recipient to donor eggs, sperm or embryos with a counsellor. Counselling acts as an assessment of your suitability to receive donor egg, sperm or embryos. It also gives the recipient and their partner time to talk through their feelings about receiving donated egg, sperm or embryos and how this may affect their lives, now and in the future. Many recipients find it very helpful to have the opportunity to reflect upon what they are planning, and appreciate being able to talk freely and in confidence about such an important and sensitive matter.

TREATMENT PATHWAY: EGG, SPERM, AND EMBRYO RECIPIENTS
  • Obtain a referral from your GP (if not already a Life Fertility Clinic patient).
  • Make an appointment for your consultation with a Life Fertility Clinic specialist.
  • Recipients with known donors can make arrangements for mandatory appointments with Life Fertility Clinic.
  • Recipients requiring donors can advertise privately and have Life Fertility Clinic act as the go between. (Your Life Fertility Clinic Nurse Coordinator can give you guidance about advertising.)
  • Attend a mandatory one hour education session with the Nurse Coordinator.
  • Attend a minimum of two counselling sessions with a Life Fertility Clinic counsellor to discuss the implications of receiving egg, sperm or embryo donation (partners must attend sessions).
  • Recipients and partners to attend blood screening tests, complete medical and lifestyle questionnaire, and consent forms.
  • Minimum two weeks cooling off period.
  • Commence treatment.

EGG RECIPIENT PATHWAY

The length of your program can be as few as six weeks and as long as three months. Your menstrual cycle will be synchronised with that of a matched egg donor. You will commence the oral contraceptive pill when your period starts. You will continue on the pill for a minimum of three weeks. Your donor Nurse Coordinator will advise you when to cease the pill and await your next period.

STIMULATION PHASE

When the menstrual cycles of both recipient and donor are synchronised, the recipient begins a hormone regime (progynova tablets) that acts to thicken the uterine lining. At the same time the matched egg donor will begin medications to stimulate and grow the egg follicles.

MONITORING TREATMENT

The progress of treatment of the recipient will be monitored between Day 10 and 12 of commencing the hormone regime.

You will be asked to attend Life Fertility Clinic, where our IVF specialist will perform an ultrasound scan. This involves the use of a vaginal probe which enables us to measure the thickness of the uterine lining. This procedure does not require a full bladder, is painless and lasts for only a few minutes.

It is important that the uterine lining of the recipient replicates that of a uterus ready to receive an embryo. At this appointment the IVF specialist may adjust your hormone regime to optimise the uterine lining. You must continue the hormone regime until advised otherwise. You will be advised of your next scan appointment (if required).

It is important that you communicate with the Life Fertility Clinic Nurse Coordinator after each appointment.

The matched egg donor will be monitored using vaginal scans during the stimulation process. Once the follicles have reached a satisfactory size and number, the IVF specialist and the Nurse Coordinator will make arrangements for the egg collection.

The Nurse Coordinator will give you clear instructions detailing your donor’s egg collection, and importantly the instructions regarding the semen preparation/procedure. It is extremely important that you read and understand this information and follow all instructions carefully.

If the male recipient requires a TESA/PESA, they will be requested not to eat or drink for six hours prior to the procedure.

DAY OF DONATION (EGG COLLECTION)

On the day of donation (egg collection) the semen sample from the male recipient (if required selected donor sperm is thawed at the appropriate time) must be provided to the Life Fertility Clinic embryologists (instructions or arrangements made prior must be followed).

During the egg collection the donor eggs are recovered vaginally, using the ultrasound probe (as used during scanning) to guide a fine needle through the wall of the vagina into the follicles. The follicles are then aspirated and flushed until the eggs are obtained.

After egg collection the Life Fertility Clinic embryologist will inform you of the number of eggs collected.

FERTILISATION AND EMBRYO CULTURE

In the Life Fertility Clinic laboratory the embryologist prepares the donor eggs and the male recipient’s sperm (if required, selected donor sperm) for insemination or ICSI. Upon fertilisation the embryologist will incubate the fertilised eggs (embryos) and monitor them for 2 to 5 days to ensure they develop normally.

During this process the female recipient is required to commence progesterone medication. This medication is used in conjunction with the hormone regime to act on the uterus to maintain and support the implantation of the embryo(s) being transferred. It is important to continue all medications until advised otherwise.

EMBRYO TRANSFER

On the day of embryo transfer your Life Fertility Clinic specialist will confirm the number of embryos to be transferred (usually only one embryo is recommended). The best embryo will be selected for transfer into the uterine cavity.

Your Life Fertility Clinic specialist will place a speculum inside your vagina (as for a pap smear), insert a small catheter through your cervix into your uterine cavity, and transfer the embryos through the catheter.

If there are any excess embryo(s), the embryologist will discuss if these would be suitable to freeze for future pregnancy attempts.

After the embryo transfer, it is unlikely you will experience any discomfort. If you do experience abdominal discomfort similar to period pain we advise you to take paracetamol (if you are not allergic to it). This will usually control any discomfort. If for any reason you experience excessive abdominal pain, bleeding, or feel faint, please don’t hesitate to contact Life Fertility Clinic.

LUTEAL SUPPORT / PREGNANCY TEST

On the day of embryo transfer your Life Fertility Clinic Nurse Coordinator will give you clear instructions to continue the hormone and progesterone regime and advise you when your pregnancy (quantitative hCG) blood test can be performed.

PREGNANCY TEST RESULTS

It is important that Life Fertility Clinic obtains a pregnancy result of your treatment. You will be required to have a blood test to confirm your pregnancy result. These results will be forwarded to Life Fertility Clinic and our Nurse Coordinator will contact you with your pregnancy test outcome.

Upon a positive pregnancy outcome you will be required to continue the hormone and progesterone regime, repeat the pregnancy blood test in a few days to monitor hormone levels, and arrange an appointment with your IVF specialist for your first pregnancy scan. (You may need to attend Life Fertility Clinic to purchase more progesterone.)

Upon a negative pregnancy result you will be advised to cease all hormone and progesterone medications. We recommend that arrangements be made for a review consultation with your IVF specialist as soon as possible. If you require further support the Life Fertility Clinic counsellor is available.

WHERE PROBLEMS OCCUR

Described below are a few of the more important problems and hurdles. They may be of more relevance to some people than others. Their relative significance for you will be discussed with the Life Fertility Clinic IVF specialist and Nurse Coordinator.

THE DONOR’S MONITORING PHASE

– Under Stimulation: If three or fewer follicles are developing your IVF specialist may advise abandoning the cycle. We then review the stimulation regime to try to improve the situation in future cycles.

– Over Stimulation: If a very large number of follicles are developing and very high oestrogen levels are noted, there is a risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (see below) occurring. Again it may be advised that the cycle is cancelled and the stimulation regime revised.

– Ovarian hyperstimulation is a condition where there is an over abundance of eggs which cause ovarian enlargement and collection of fluid in the pelvis and even in the lungs. The syndrome may be classified as mild, moderate or severe by signs and symptoms. The symptoms usually begin four to five days after the egg collection. The majority of women have a mild or moderate form of the syndrome that invariably resolves within a few days. Patients may complain of pain, a bloated feeling and mild abdominal swelling. In a small proportion of women, the degree of discomfort can be quite pronounced.

Very rarely the ovarian hyperstimulation is severe and the ovaries are very swollen. The woman will feel ill with nausea and vomiting, and abdominal pain. Fluid accumulates in the abdominal cavity and chest, causing abdominal swelling and shortness of breath. There is a reduction in the amount of urine produced and renal failure may ensue. These complications require urgent hospital admission to restore the fluid and electrolyte balance and to monitor progress and pain relief. Rarely admission to the intensive care unit is necessary.

EGG RECOVERY

Not all follicles necessarily contain eggs and not all eggs obtained are necessarily mature (which makes them unusable). In normal circumstances 70% of follicles yield an egg and approximately 80% of the eggs recovered are mature. On rare occasions, no eggs are recovered (empty follicle syndrome) or all eggs are abnormal or immature.

SPERM RECIPIENT PATHWAY

As a recipient of donor sperm your fertility specialist will commence you on a treatment for either intrauterine insemination or IVF treatment, depending on the reason for the female recipient’s infertility.

Medications are used during intrauterine insemination and IVF treatment using donor sperm. These medications (eg. Clomid tablets, FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) injections (Puregon/Gonal F) and Synarel nasal spray) are used to stimulate and grow egg follicles and regulate ovulation.

The progress of treatment will be monitored between day 6 and 10 of commencing a specific treatment regime.

You will be asked to attend Life Fertility Clinic, where our IVF specialist will perform an ultrasound scan.

This involves the use of a vaginal probe, which enables us to measure the thickness of the uterine lining. This procedure does not require a full bladder, is painless and lasts for only a few minutes.

Once the egg follicles have reached a satisfactory size and number, the IVF specialist and the Nurse Coordinator will make arrangements for either the intrauterine insemination or egg collection.

The Nurse Coordinator will give you clear instructions detailing a trigger injection given to precipitate ovulation of the eggs. Female recipients undergoing intrauterine insemination or IVF treatment require this trigger injection.

Arrangements for intrauterine insemination or egg collection will be discussed. Clear instructions will be given by the Nurse Coordinator. It is extremely important that you read and understand this information and follow all instructions carefully. Recipients having an egg collection will be requested not to eat or drink for six hours prior to the procedure.

On the respective day of intrauterine insemination or egg collection, the selected donor sperm will be thawed and prepared in the Life Fertility Clinic laboratory.

DONOR INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION

The intrauterine insemination procedure is performed by your IVF specialist or IVF Nurse Coordinator. The procedure involves the prepared donor sperm being placed in a tube which is then drawn into a fine catheter. Your IVF specialist or nurse will place a speculum inside your vagina (as for a pap smear), insert the catheter through your cervix into your uterine cavity, and transfer the donor sperm through the catheter.

After the procedure, it is unlikely you will experience any discomfort. If you do experience abdominal discomfort similar to period pain we advise you to take paracetamol (if you are not allergic to it). This will usually control any discomfort. If for any reason you experience excessive abdominal pain, bleeding, or feel faint, please don’t hesitate to contact Life Fertility Clinic.

PREGNANCY TEST

On the day of your intrauterine insemination the Life Fertility Clinic Nurse Coordinator will advise you when your pregnancy (quantitative hCG) blood test can be performed.

PREGNANCY TEST RESULTS

It is important that Life Fertility Clinic obtains a pregnancy result of your treatment. You will be required to have a blood test to confirm your pregnancy result. These results will be forwarded to Life Fertility Clinic and our Nurse Coordinator will contact you with your pregnancy test outcome.

Upon a positive pregnancy outcome you will be required to continue the hormone and progesterone regime, repeat the pregnancy blood test in a few days to monitor hormone levels, and arrange an appointment with your IVF specialist for your first pregnancy scan. (You may need to attend Life Fertility Clinic to purchase more progesterone.)

Upon a negative pregnancy result we recommend that arrangements be made for a review consultation with your IVF specialist as soon as possible. If you require further support the Life Fertility Clinic counsellor is available.

EGG COLLECTION

When using donor sperm for IVF treatment the female recipient undergoes an egg collection. The eggs are recovered vaginally using the ultrasound probe (as used during scanning) to guide a fine needle through the wall of the vagina into the follicles. The follicles are then aspirated and flushed until the eggs are obtained.

After egg collection the Life Fertility Clinic embryologist will inform you of the number of eggs collected.

FERTILISATION AND EMBRYO CULTURE

In the Life Fertility Clinic laboratory, the embryologist will prepare the selected donor sperm for insemination or ICSI of the eggs collected. Upon fertilisation the embryologist will incubate the fertilised eggs (embryos) and monitor them for two to five days to ensure they develop normally.

During this process the female recipient is required to commence progesterone medication. This medication is used as it acts on the uterus to maintain and support the implantation of the embryo(s) being transferred. It is important to continue all medications until advised otherwise.

EMBRYO TRANSFER

On the day of embryo transfer your Life Fertility Clinic specialist will discuss the number of embryos to be transferred (usually only one embryo is recommended). The best embryo will be selected for transfer into the uterine cavity.

Your Life Fertility Clinic specialist will place a speculum inside your vagina (as for a pap smear), insert a small catheter through your cervix into your uterine cavity and transfer the embryos through the catheter.

If there are any excess embryo(s) the embryologist will discuss if these would be suitable to freeze for future pregnancy attempts.

After the embryo transfer it is unlikely you will experience any discomfort. If you do experience abdominal discomfort similar to period pain we advise you to take paracetamol (if you are not allergic to it). This will usually control any discomfort. If for any reason you experience excessive abdominal pain, bleeding, or feel faint, please donÕt hesitate to contact Life Fertility Clinic.

LUTEAL SUPPORT / PREGNANCY TEST

On the day of embryo transfer your Life Fertility Clinic Nurse Coordinator will give you clear instructions to continue the hormone and progesterone regime and advise you when your pregnancy (quantitative hCG) blood test can be performed.

PREGNANCY TEST RESULTS

It is important that Life Fertility Clinic obtains a pregnancy result of your treatment. You will be required to have a blood test to confirm your pregnancy result. These results will be forwarded to Life Fertility Clinic and our Nurse Coordinator will contact you with your pregnancy test outcome.

Upon a positive pregnancy outcome you will be required to continue the hormone and progesterone regime, repeat the pregnancy blood test in a few days to monitor hormone levels and arrange an appointment with your IVF specialist for your first pregnancy scan. (You may need to attend Life Fertility Clinic to purchase more progesterone.) Upon a negative pregnancy result you will be advised to cease all hormone and progesterone medications. We recommend that arrangements be made for a review consultation with your IVF specialist as soon as possible. If you require further support the Life Fertility Clinic counsellor is available.

EMBRYO RECIPIENT PATHWAY

Donor embryos are a rare commodity. Many recipients of donor embryos would agree that being in this situation is the final hurdle in becoming parents.

STIMULATION PHASE

As the donor embryos are already frozen and stored in the Life Fertility Clinic laboratory the recipient begins a hormone regime (progynova tablets) that acts on thickening the uterine lining.

MONITORING TREATMENT

The progress of treatment of the recipient will be monitored between day 10 and 12 of commencing the hormone regime.

You will be asked to attend Life Fertility Clinic where our IVF specialist will perform an ultrasound scan.

This involves the use of a vaginal probe which enables us to measure the thickness of the uterine lining. This procedure does not require a full bladder, is painless and lasts for only a few minutes.

It is important that the uterine lining of the recipient replicates that of a uterus ready to receive the donated embryo. At this appointment the IVF specialist may adjust your hormone regime to optimise the uterine lining. You must continue the hormone regime until advised otherwise. It is important that you communicate with the Life Fertility Clinic Nurse Coordinator after each appointment.

Once the uterine lining has reached a satisfactory thickness the IVF specialist and the Nurse Coordinator will make arrangements for thawing and transfer of the matched donor embryos.

During this process the recipient is required to commence progesterone medication. This medication is used in conjunction with the hormone regime to act on the uterus to maintain and support the implantation of the embryo(s) being transferred. It is important to continue all medications until advised otherwise.

The Nurse Coordinator will give you clear instructions detailing the embryo transfer. It is extremely important that you read and understand this information and follow all instructions carefully.

THAWING OF DONOR EMBRYOS

Before the embryo transfer can take place, the frozen donor embryos must be thawed. When your IVF specialist and Nurse Coordinator arrange your embryo transfer, our Life Fertility Clinic embryologist will remove the matched donor embryos from the freezer and begin the thaw process at the optimum time.

It is important to realise that the greatest risk with freezing and thawing embryos is damage caused by the process itself, despite the care the embryologist takes to minimise this. Not all embryos are able to withstand the stresses of the necessary dehydration for freezing and rehydration during thawing, hence a reduced survival rate and subsequent failure to resume division and growth for some embryos. With the introduction of vitrification, the survival rate has improved.

In very few cases no embryos survive, or they may survive but stop developing early. This means for these patients no embryo transfer takes place.

Upon thawing, the embryologist will advise you of the thaw results. They will incubate the embryos and monitor them for about two to five days to ensure they develop normally. (This depends on the initial stage the donor embryos were frozen).

EMBRYO TRANSFER

On the day of embryo transfer your Life Fertility Clinic specialist will discuss the number of embryos to be transferred (usually only one embryo is recommended). The best embryo will be selected for transfer into the uterine cavity.

Your Life Fertility Clinic specialist will place a speculum inside your vagina (as for a pap smear), insert a small catheter through your cervix into your uterine cavity, and transfer the embryos through the catheter.

It is very unlikely that there would be any excess embryo(s) from this thaw. If so the embryologist will discuss the likelihood of refreezing.

After the embryo transfer it is unlikely you will experience any discomfort. If you do experience abdominal discomfort similar to period pain we advise you to take paracetamol (if you are not allergic to it). This will usually control any discomfort. If for any reason you experience excessive abdominal pain, bleeding, or feel faint, please don’t hesitate to contact Life Fertility Clinic.

LUTEAL SUPPORT / PREGNANCY TEST

On the day of embryo transfer your Life Fertility Clinic Nurse Coordinator will give you clear instructions to continue the hormone and progesterone regime and advise you when your pregnancy (quantitative hCG) blood test can be performed.

PREGNANCY TEST RESULTS

It is important that Life Fertility Clinic obtains a pregnancy result of your treatment. You will be required to have a blood test to confirm your pregnancy result. The results will be forwarded to Life Fertility Clinic and our Nurse Coordinator will contact you with your pregnancy test outcome.

Upon a positive pregnancy outcome you will be required to continue the hormone and progesterone regime, repeat the pregnancy blood test in a few days to monitor hormone levels, and arrange an appointment with your IVF specialist for your first pregnancy scan. (You may need to attend Life Fertility Clinic to purchase more progesterone.)

Upon a negative pregnancy result you will be advised to cease all hormone and progesterone medications. We recommend that arrangements be made for a review consultation with your IVF specialist as soon as possible. If you require further support the Life Fertility Clinic counsellor is available.

SUPPORT GROUPS

– The Donor Conception Support Group of Australia Inc.

PO Box 554

Seven Hills NSW 1730

Phone: (02) 96245110

Email: dcsg@optushome.com.au

Website: www.dcsg.org.au

The Donor Conception Support Group of Australia Inc. is a self-funding organisation run by volunteers and has been in existence since 1993. The membership is made up of people considering or using donor sperm, egg or embryos, those who already have children conceived on donor programs, adult donor offspring and donors.

The Donor Conception Support Group provides support, help and research assistance with:

  • A bi-monthly newsletter.
  • Information nights for donors (past and potential), donor recipient families, donor conceived offspring and other interested parties.
  • A library with a collection of books and articles on infertility and donor issues available to members, as well as audio and video tapes. These can be borrowed at meetings and social days, or arrangements can be made to send the books to you in the mail.
  • Personal stories – read how others have coped and dealt with donor related issues.
  • Telephone contacts for personal support. ¥ Consumer advocacy on issues relating to donor recipients and offspring.
  • Social days and activities for everyone.

– Access

PO Box 6769

Silverwater NSW 2128

Phone: 1800 888 896

Fax: (02) 97370245

Email: info@access.org.au

Website: www.access.org.au

Access is a consumer based, independent, non-profit organisation committed to being a national voice in promoting the wellbeing and welfare of infertile people of all ages.

Special services provided: provision of a range of fact sheets about infertility, a quarterly newsletter, a register of Australian regional infertility self help groups and a list of accredited infertility clinics. Access serves 5,000 members around Australia and internationally.

CONTACT LIFE FERTILITY CLINIC

The friendly and professional team at Life Fertility Clinic are eager to assist and answer any questions regarding our donor program.

 


 

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