Nurture introduces the first FDA accredited Egg Bank in Africa
What is the Egg Bank?
Nurture, in partnership with Aevitas is proud to announce that it’s Frozen Donor Egg Bank is the first of its kind to obtain the highly sought-after FDA accreditation.
The reason we are so super excited about the Egg Bank, is because it provides our donors with more flexibility in the donation process and it provides our intended parents with a range of immediately available, excellent quality pre-screened donor eggs.
Nurture and Aevitas are in partnership with the world leaders in egg freezing skills and technology, ensuring that our Egg Bank rates among the best the world, resulting in outstanding success rates.
How the Egg Bank Works
The process of working with frozen donor eggs is relatively similar to that of fresh cycle eggs, but much simpler for all parties involved.
From a donor perspective being chosen to be part of the Nurture and Aevitas Egg Bank program means that there is no need to sync your cycle with a potential recipient. The donation process is therefore a lot quicker – between 4 to 6 weeks as opposed to 10-12 weeks.
From an intended parent perspective, the Egg Bank offers a great deal more certainty as the donors in the database have been pre-screened and medically approved, which means that when you choose that donor, their eggs are ready and waiting for you.
When you choose a donor from the Egg Bank you are guaranteed a selection of between 6 to 8 eggs
Aevitas world class embryologist team, working with the Nurture donor eggs, consistently achieve pregnancy rates that compare with the best fertility clinics in the world and to date have a 6 out of 7 pregnancy rate.