When a healthy woman donates a naturally fully fertilized embryo to the recipient the embryo itself and not the egg (unlike egg donation) is transplanted into the recipient's womb. Such a donation is called embryo donation. Sometimes embryos are donated for research purposes too.
The embryo donor will sign a consent form which will make state her willingness to donate the embryo. The donor has the right to stop the procedures at any time until the embryo is actually used in a treatment. Afterwards the donor legally exempts herself from any involvement.
As of now in India Embryo Donation is done completely without payment as per the law. Certain legal developments are underfoot that may change the status quo in the near future. In some countries like the United states of America it is usual to receive payment for embryo donation.
All the donors are rigorously tested for any hereditary conditions using latest genetic analysis techniques before the embryo is used for implantation in the recipient's uterus.
If you are of an advanced age, if other ivf techniques have failed to give positive results for you and you are unable to adopt due to preference given to younger couples you should give this technique some serious thought.
The success rates have been found to be quite high. As long as your body is in a state to go through a pregnancy you may depend upon Dr. Nandita Palshetkar and her IVF Clinics in India to give you the little bundle of joy you so desire.
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