Shady Grove Fertility Celebrates Donor Egg Bank USA Milestone: 1,000 Frozen Embryo Transfers

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Revolutionary Partnership Creates Families through Diverse Egg Donation Options

The success of the Donor Egg Program stems from our uncompromising pregnancy and delivery rates, as well as our unique financial programs which help make treatment more affordable.

Shady Grove Fertility, the nation’s largest and most dynamic fertility center, is a proud supporter of Donor Egg Bank USA. Since 2008, we have recruited the best candidates for egg donation, provided the necessary health and psychological screening, and are proud to have assisted Donor Egg Bank USA accomplish the tremendous achievement of 1,000 frozen embryo transfers.

Shady Grove Fertility is the leading provider of donor egg treatment in the United States, performing over 1,000 cycles last year alone. The success of the Donor Egg Program stems from our uncompromising pregnancy and delivery rates, as well as our unique financial programs which help make treatment more affordable.

Many women are unable to conceive using their own eggs. Fortunately, egg donation is the most effective treatment for infertility caused by decreased ovarian function. Donor eggs offer the highest pregnancy and delivery rates of any fertility treatment and still allows for a woman to carry a child.

Shady Grove Fertility partnered with Donor Egg Bank USA to provide our patients with even more options in the donor egg process. Through this partnership, patients have access to a national donor database; all donors in the database have completed their donation and have frozen eggs ready for selection. If a patient can’t find a donor near where they live, Donor Egg Bank USA expands their donor options and will safely ship eggs across the country.

“As a parent of two children conceived through donor egg, I know firsthand how important this option is for couples,” says Heidi Hayes, CEO of Donor Egg Bank USA. “We’re grateful for the opportunity to offer the convenience of frozen donor eggs to couples across the U.S. and Canada.”

Frozen donor eggs not only provide patients with additional options – they can also reduce the time of donor egg significantly. Couples can obtain frozen donor eggs immediately and complete an IVF cycle in as little as one to two months. Most importantly of all, the success rates with frozen donor eggs are nearly identical to that of fresh donor eggs.

In addition to greater access to donated eggs, Shady Grove Fertility helps donor egg recipients reduce their cost through our Shared Risk 100% Refund Program. This groundbreaking program entitles the patient to undergo up to six cycles of fresh or frozen donor egg treatment, as well as any subsequent frozen embryo cycles and receive a 100% money-back guarantee if a baby is not delivered.

Shady Grove Fertility’s goal is to provide patients with the greatest possible advantages on their path to parenthood. Our Donor Egg Program and partnership with Donor Egg Bank USA represent some of the diverse options that we provide to patients on this path. We look forward to helping Donor Egg Bank USA achieve many more milestones in the years to come.

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About Shady Grove Fertility: Shady Grove Fertility is America’s largest and most progressive fertility center. 30 reproductive endocrinologists as well as PhD scientists, geneticists and 480 highly specialized staff care for patients in 18 full-service offices and 5 satellite locations throughout the Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC metropolitan areas. SGF offers a comprehensive range of treatment options for those needing fertility treatment or egg freezing, as well as resources to comprehensively address patients’ needs - medical, emotional, and financial. For patient convenience, IVF retrievals for fertility treatment and egg freezing are now performed at three regional Centers in Rockville, MD, Towson, MD and Chesterbrook, PA.

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