Services and Treatment

Before you plan to start your fertility treatment, it is our procedure for you to discuss your treatment options with your doctor. After evaluating you and your partner carefully, your doctor will explain your options, will answer your questions (regarding time, success rates, related risks) and will help you to decide the most appropriate treatment for your unique situation.

​Which technique you may need largely depends on the causes of your infertility. We distinguish:

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Egg Donation

Every year, men and women hear that dreaded news from their doctors... they will not be able to conceive they are infertile. Their hopes and dreams are dashed. It doesn't matter whether the cause is diseased fallopian tubes, incurable endometriosis, primary ovarian failure (premature menopause), which can occur following surgery, chemotherapy or radiation or naturally as early as age 20, or an unexplained fertility problem. These couples won't be able to have a child - not without the help and generosity of an egg donor. In other cases, a woman may still be producing eggs but because of inheritable genetic disorders, recurrent miscarriages or repeated IVF failures, she is advised to use donor eggs.

Egg donors are among the special few who know what it means to truly give of oneself.

Every year, thousands of young women donate their eggs, enabling many infertile couples to build a family. Donors are women of 20-30 years of age. They will have a normal body weight, healthy medical and genetic history and will have tested negative for all the infectious disease screening. Our donors are Eastern European (Slavic) women, students and graduates, living in Ukraine, a lot of them are already married with kids. Recruitment is by word of mouth and newspaper messages.

Potential Egg-Providers must meet the following Criteria:

  • Be between the ages of 20 and 30.
  • Be a Non-Smoker.
  • Have no previous history of severe endometriosis or of having had one ovary removed.
  • Have no history of previous low ovarian response to ovarian stimulation.
  • Have both ovaries.
  • No personal history of transmissible diseases.
  • No personal or family history of inheritable disorders.
  • An egg provider will not be accepted with an untreated polycystic ovarian disease.

We synchronize the recipient's cycle with that of a donor. The donor undergoes a similar stimulation protocol as discussed in the IVF cycle.

When you select your donor, a contract is written and signed by the donor and the future parents. It delineates the donor's responsibilities and clearly states that the future parents receive all the eggs produced by the donor in the specified treatment cycle.

Currently Available Egg Donors Revised

This is our basic egg donor list where we provide you with information on: age, hair color, height, education, weight, eye color. Our patients have access to more details about the donors including photos, questionnaires showing their social, medical and family histories, IQ test results, psychology reports, outcome information on previous egg donation cycles using their eggs, etc.

The egg provider and recipient will remain anonymous to each other. Every measure is taken to ensure that this confidentiality is not compromised.

Genesis Dnepr IVF acts for the Future Parents in establishing an account from which payments are made for psychological, genetic and legal services for the donor in executing the Donor Contract.

Throughout the entire process, we are available for support, supervision and counseling. The donor is given all she needs to fulfill her responsibilities.

Other methods used for fertility treatment:

Ovulation induction for artificial insemination or planned intercourse

Patients who fail to respond to drugs or patients who have an extremely suppressed ovulation process will be treated with injectable fertility medication to boost egg production and make the uterus more receptive to embryo implantation.

Commonly known as fertility drugs, ovulation induction medications (follicle-stimulating hormone FSH) will be taken through injections to stimulate a woman's ovaries to release multiple mature eggs.

The ovulation will occur start from the 11th day of the menstrual cycle. Generally, the intrauterine insemination should be performed or an intercourse is planned to coincide with ovulation to maximize the chance of sperm reaching a ripe egg for fertilization to occur

The intrauterine insemination may be selected as a fertility treatment with any of the following conditions:

cervical factor infertility (occurs when the mucus lining the cervix is too thick, therefore impeding the man's sperm from progressing past the cervix)

male factor infertility (low sperm count and decreased motility)