donor programme

  • What Is donor programme?
  • donor programme Procedure
  • Why Choose Kasturi donor programme ?
  • Do's And Dont's

For childless couples who are unable to conceive biologically, the DONATION, also known as third-party reproduction, offers some hope. The donor program can range from egg donation, sperm donation, and embryo donation based on the health issues the infertile couple is facing. The donation of an egg, sperm, or embryo will depend on the patient's needs. Many infertile couples visit Seeds of Innocence, a reputable sperm donation facility, for advice. Make an appointment with us right away if you want to fully understand the sperm donation process, egg donation procedures, hazards associated with egg donation, etc.

Egg Donation

  • Patients who have undergone numerous IVF or ICSI cycles and are still unable to conceive are candidates for oocyte donation.
  • Women who are above 40 likely to have weak ovarian reserves and inferior eggs.
  • ladies who are older or menopausal
  • Patients with severe TB and endometriosis produce eggs of poor quality.
  • Egg donation with egg donation may help women who have PCOS and ovarian cysts.
  • A genetic condition that is inherited; premature ovarian failure.

Sperm Donation

A couple with severe male infertility may consider sperm donation, however, the donor must be older than 40 and have his own children.


Our egg donation service gives prospective parents the option of selecting a donor who shares their physical and mental traits. After being fertilised by the partner's or a donor's sperm, the eggs from this donor are then given to either a surrogate or the intended mother.


  • Karyotyping is available upon request and should be normal;
  • Donors are not permitted to donate more than six times;
  • Age must be under 27;
  • Must have had children previously;
  • Should undergo all medical tests for general health;
  • Normal hormone values;
  • Normal uterus and ovaries on ultrasound;
  • Free from infectious diseases such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV, and syphilis;
  • No history of genetic or medical issues. The technique is explained to the donors, along with the significance of daily clinic appointments. To ensure the programme runs smoothly, we submit them to psychological evaluation and make sure they follow unit protocols.


A database of physical traits, medical examinations, and all assessments is kept, and the donor is matched according to the recipient's needs. To prevent legal issues, consent paperwork is signed by the receiving couple, the donor's husband, and the donor.


Age, height, weight, skin tone, eye shade, hair color, texture, education level, and religion are all recorded, and donors are grouped in accordance with the criteria. This aids in maintaining a flawless database to ensure that the recipient donor match is ideal and meets the recipients' needs.


  • With Premature Ovarian Failure, for example.
  • Ovaries are surgically removed.
  • People who are perimenopausal.
  • Some women repeatedly had inadequate follicle recruitment at the time of IVF.
  • Females who have severe endometriosis.
  • Females with significant pelvic adhesions.
  • Inaccessible ovaries that make egg harvesting challenging may also be eligible for this program.
  • Repeated IVF failures without explanation.

4945 infants have been delivered overall as of this writing. The donor oocyte program has a 75-80% success rate. Their offspring are just as typical as other offspring born via IVF using donor eggs.


In addition to regular donors, there are also accessible exclusive donors who are tall, fair, and gorgeous as well as graduates and postgraduates. At all levels, confidentiality is respected.


  • Specify your needs and make a reservation.
  • Shorten patients' stays in India as much as possible.
  • Absence of wait lists


You do not receive ovarian stimulation during this cycle. The donor who provides the eggs goes through ovarian stimulation following downregulation, as detailed in the lengthy process. You will be instructed to board the T. Ovral G/Duoluton on a particular day and disembark on a particular date. Prior to stopping Ovral G for hormone downregulation, injection superfast is started. The injections require daily attendance. You must get an ultrasound on Day 3 of your period to determine the endometrial thickness. Tab if it has been effectively quelled. To encourage endometrial development, progesterone is administered on day three. When the lining is around 1 cm thick and donor eggs have been harvested, the endometrial thickness is measured on regular scans, and your partner is asked to provide a sample of semen (on the day of egg collection from the donor). There is fertilisation. You will be instructed to cease injecting Suprefact and begin injecting Gestone 100 mg. every day as of that day. To find out the day of the embryo transfer, you should contact the unit the next day.

Selection Criteria

Age under 38; good health; emotional and psychological stability; absence of hereditary illnesses; abstinence from smoking and alcohol; and good health.

Donor Workup

  • General health blood testing
  • HIV, Hepatitis B and C, and Syphilis infection screening
  • Semen analysis: good motility, morphology, and count
  • A culture of the sperm to rule out infection.
  • Karyotyping is available upon request and is typical.

Who needs Donor sperm

  • Repeated IVF failures with normal oocytes; Azoospermia with no sperm on testicular biopsy;
  • History of chromosomal or genetic issues

Maximum donation

  • No more than ten offspring from the same donor's sperm may be conceived.

The Process

To provide families with children who will meet their profiles and resemble their own, donor embryos or designer babies are developed.

The selected sperm and eggs are then used to make embryos depending on criteria such as height, weight, skin tone, eye color, and educational status.

A donor bank is where a couple is directed when they require oocytes to become pregnant and an acceptable donor has been lined up. Oocyte stimulation and retrieval are started after a series of examinations. The entire procedure is conducted in complete secrecy. After the extraction, the male recipient's sperm is used to fertilize the removed oocytes, and the resulting embryos are graded and transferred in a fresh or frozen cycle. The fertility clinic performs this cycle.

Although older women typically choose Kasturi donor programs, young women with a shortage of oocytes, genetically transmissible disorders, or who have lost their ovaries as a result of operations, chemotherapy, or other medical procedures might also benefit from them.

The Kasturi donor program currently has a 50–60% success rate. This is significantly greater than the 7 to 10% success rate experienced by women who try to conceive using their own eggs and have very few oocytes. Donated eggs have a higher chance of being successful since they are more plentiful and likely to be of higher quality.


  • Take the time to acknowledge that you and your partner are creating a child who is unique to your family and would not have been created if it weren't for your love for one another
  • Keep in mind that fusing the genetics of any two people will bring a wonderfully unpredictable outcome in a child, a child who is created as a result of your love for one another.
  • Choose an egg donor between the ages of 21 and 30: donors younger than 21 may not be emotionally mature, and egg donors older than 30 are not at peak fertility.
  • You must read what the egg donor has to say about herself and choose someone you can relate to.
  • You should choose an egg donor you would be happy to call your friend or daughter.
  • Choose someone who seems to fit with your family.


  • Attempting to replace yourself won't work. You are distinctive, just like every egg donor is.
  • Be fixated on one or two qualities that are a "must have," such as blue eyes or a 4.2 GPA. You could miss your "perfect egg donor" as a result of this.
  • Establish arbitrary deadlines or ages by which you must conceive. You and everyone else around you will only experience tension as a result.

Dr. M. Kalpana (DNB, OBGYN, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Fertility Specialist Fetal Medicine Specialist)

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