IVF with Donor Eggs
This detailed course will answer all your questions about using donor eggs for IVF & the complex decisions that must be made.
Experts you'll learn from
What you'll learn
In this course we cover the process, the rates of success, the frameworks when weighing the decision, as well as considering direct or non-direct donors, fresh versus frozen eggs, working with third parties and more.
Course Syllabus12 Lessons1h 14m
- Lesson 1 (2 min)IntroductionIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 2 (1 min)What Is Egg Donation?In this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 3 (1 min)Does Egg Donation Work?In this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 4 (3 min)Who Are the Best Candidates to Use Donor Eggs?
- In this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 6 (10 min)Deciding Between Own Eggs & Donor EggsIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 7 (5 min)Criteria in Choosing a DonorIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 8 (10 min)Directed or Nonidentified DonorsIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 9 (10 min)Using “Fresh” or “Frozen” Eggs
- Lesson 10 (10 min)Working with Third PartiesIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 11 (7 min)CostsIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 12 (10 min)IVF & Treatment Idiosyncrasies Alongside Donor Egg
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