Getting Pregnant with Donor Egg and Sperm
Trying to conceive a baby can prove impossible when tests reveal diminished egg or sperm quality. Certain male and female infertility diagnoses will lead Dr. Mark Rispler to recommend donor egg or donor sperm.
Dr. Rispler will describe the donor egg process, and share how his patients overcome male and female infertility with donor egg and donor sperm. What’s known as third-party reproduction simply means we can circumvent genetic or situational barriers to pregnancy by using donor eggs or donor sperm.
Donor Egg with IVF
When maternal age, cancer treatment or other factors rule out getting pregnant with your own eggs, donor eggs offer an alternative. Donor eggs, provided by pre-screened women of optimal health and age, make in-vitro fertilization (IVF) a viable fertility treatment choice for women struggling with infertility.
Donor Sperm with IUI
Male infertility accounts for approximately half of all cases infertility doctors investigate. Sperm from a known or anonymous donor can increase your chances for getting pregnant when male infertility is present. Lesbian couples also benefit from donor sperm with IUI. In both situations, we can use donor sperm with IUI if the female partner regularly ovulates and has functional fallopian tubes.
Partner with an experienced fertility center to access comprehensive fertility treatments and a state-of-the art laboratory. Contact us at Innovative Fertility Center in Manhattan Beach to inquire about donor egg and donor sperm.