Where to begin

Choosing your egg-donor

You may have many questions and not know where to start this process.
Whether you are married or single, gay or straight, local or international, the team at American Fertility Services will be able to guide you in every single step of the way to make it as seamless as posible.
We understand that choosing an egg donor is a highly personal and profound experience, and we are deeply committed to supporting and guiding you through whatever questions or concerns that may arise (medical, genetic, financial, psychological and legal).
Here are some criteria that you should consider when choosing an egg donor:

 

DNA test

We counsel our intended parents to consider testing for their genetics.

We counsel our intended parents to consider testing for their genetics. Even though you may not be affected by any genetic condition, sometimes you may carry a subtle genetic mutation. In certain occasions if your egg donor would have a similar trait, this would result in an increased risk for your child to be affected. This test may substancially decrease the possibility of having a child affected by a genetic disease. We have a referring team of genetic counselors who will be able to provide assistance and further review of this information with you.

If you would like to have a test to reveal not only all important DNA defects but also to find out about your DNA heritage, please ask us and we will be able to give you more details.

Our main facility
100 Putnam Green, Greenwich, 06830, CT
Phone: (+1) 203 774-9900, Fax: (+1) 203 900-0660

International locations
American Fertility Services is very pleased to offer our intended parents, egg donors and surrogates a completely brand new facility featuring the latest generation equipment.

 
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