ART BANK (Donors)

Assisted Reproductive Technology Bank defined by ART Law 2021; ART Bank “means an organisation which shall be responsible for collection of gametes, storage of gametes and supply of gametes to the assisted reproductive technology clinics or their patients”.

The screening of gamete donors and surrogates; the collection, screening and storage of semen; and provision of oocyte donor and surrogates, shall be done by an ART bank registered as an independent entity under the provisions of this Act.

At Art Bank, we understand the profound impact that fertility and reproductive health can have on individuals and families. We are committed to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to help you achieve your dream of parenthood. We provide Donors egg for patients who are unable to conceive or those who face various failures in their fertility treatment. Oocyte Freezing the freezing of eggs and embryos is also known as oocyte freezing and is part of cryopreservation.

Art Bank

Rights and duties of donors

Subject to the other provisions of this Act, all information about the donors shall be kept confidential and information about gamete donation shall not be disclosed to anyone other than the central database of the Department of Health Research, except with the consent of the person or persons to whom the information relates, or by an order of a court of competent jurisdiction.

Subject to the other provisions of this Act, the donor shall have the right to decide what information may be passed on and to whom, except in the case of an order of a court of competent jurisdiction.

A donor shall relinquish all parental rights over the child which may be conceived from his or her gamete.

No assisted reproductive technology procedure shall be conducted on or in relation to any gamete of a donor under this Act unless such donor has obtained the consent in writing of his or her spouse, if there, to such procedure.

The identity of the recipient shall not be made known to the donor.

Third Party reproduction

Donor Eggs

In vitro fertilization (IVF) with egg donation is an assisted reproductive technology that allows a recipient woman to achieve pregnancy using the eggs of an anonymous or known donor (in case the donor is a family member or a relative). Donor eggs are an option for those struggling with infertility for various reasons.  You can now have access to donor eggs at Parivaar IVF hospital. You can get IVF with donor eggs in Parivaar IVF hospital. It is a part of Artificial Reproduction Techniques (ART), also named third-party reproduction, in which the egg is taken from the third person and then used to make an embryo. This process is done by the IVF specialist as the extraction of a matured egg is done by a highly experienced and trained IVF doctor. With this, the success rate of In vitro fertilization (IVF) has increased enormously. Usually, it isn’t easy to find a donor for the donor’s eggs as there are very complex criteria for choosing a suitable donor to take the donor eggs. It must be done under the expert’s guidance, and after the proper examination of the donor, checking the eligibility of the donor based on health and mental capability.

Third Party reproduction

Donor Sperm

Donor sperm can be utilized with both IVF or IUI treatment. you will have to receive fertility medicines to get ready your eggs for retrieval whether you are using a sperm donor along with your IVF procedure. When recovered, your eggs will be joined with the donor sperm and any subsequent embryos will be moved back to your uterus for implantation. IUI with sperm donor is the most commonly used treatment to achieve pregnancy. Frozen sperm sample are obtained from certified labs and clinic before the IUI treatment.

If you are using a sperm donor along with your IVF procedure, you will still receive fertility medications to prepare your eggs for retrieval. Once retrieved, your eggs will be combined with the donor sperm and any resulting embryos will be transferred back to your uterus for implantation.