Egg Donation

Egg Donation

ReproMed is one of Irelands most experienced Egg Donation clinics.

Egg Donation
Understanding Egg Donation

IVF treatment with donor eggs gives women who are unable to conceive the chance to have a family. The process is very similar to IVF treatment, except that the eggs used are from an egg donor.

Egg Donation Treatment at ReproMed is entirely compliant with the new legislation (Children & Family Relationships Act 2015) which came into effect at the start of May 2020.

It is an identifiable programme which means that the donors have consented to be contactable by their biological offspring resulting from this programme, when their child reaches the age of 18.

The programme is managed in partnership with one of the fertility clinics within ReproMed’s wider fertility group. Ovumia in Finland are working with us to provide their excellent service here so that ReproMed’s patients can access their Egg Donor Programme without having to travel abroad or endure long waiting lists before treatment.


The donors are Finnish residents aged between 20-35 years of age, who have chosen to donate eggs altruistically to help other women conceive, have a successful pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby. They are all screened according to Finnish legislation and to the standards of the EU Tissues and Cells Directive. They have had extensive blood testing carried out including genetic testing and all donors are required to meet with Ovumia’s onsite psychologist to ensure that they are fully aware of all the implications that may arise from their donation and are entirely comfortable with their decision to donate.

They are extremely well cared for receiving comprehensive support before during and after their procedure. Their decision to donate is altruistic and not commercial, although they do receive a modest reimbursement to cover their expenses incurred.


When are donor eggs recommended?

There are many reasons why donor eggs may be advised. This type of treatment is most commonly used because of:

  • Age-related infertility
  • Advanced maternal age
  • Premature menopause
  • Premature ovarian failure
  • Poor egg quality
  • Infertility caused by medical treatment such as chemotherapy
  • A high risk of passing on a genetic or hereditary condition

We also have a Guarantee Programme which promises at least one good quality blastocyst for transfer or a repeated cycle free of charge. Suitability for the Guarantee Programme is based on certain sperm quality parameters.

Get in touch with us to learn more!

Your egg donation journey


Meet your fertility specialist and get your treatment plan.

Meet your dedicated egg donation coordinator

Our dedicated Egg Donation Coordinator will plan your next steps and guide you through the journey.

Choose a suitable donor

Guided by your Coordinator complete a brief form to help us select the most suitable donor for you.

Start your treatment

Attend for a nurse consultation and where we prepare you for treatment. A short time later, you will come to us for your Embryo Transfer.

Talk to us today to find out more about our 3 egg donation programmes!
Start your journey today

Taking the first step to make an appointment can be challenging, which is why we try to make it as simple and stress-free for you as we possibly can.