For Irish patients
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recognises infertility as a “disease of the reproductive system”. In Ireland, as many as one in four couples struggle to conceive. And for women under 35 years old who are undergoing IVF, there is a 60% chance of becoming pregnant.
More than eight million babies have been born through IVF since the world’s first IVF baby in 1978. IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) is one of the most common fertility treatments used in Ireland.
Despite that, Ireland and Lithuania remain the only two EU countries not offering state funding for assisted reproduction, even though the World Health Organisation recognises infertility as a medical condition.
Ovogene egg bank collaborates with potential partner units and clinics in this area. We are able to assure our partners a compliant service, in particular:
- Valid medical licenses and quality certificates (ISO 9001:2015).
- Relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Instructions for the Donation and Embryology departments. All of them are available upon the request of the Importing Tissue Establishment or HFEA at any time.
- Strong and trusted cooperation with accredited laboratories, which perform donor screening according to the appropriate list of tests.
Why to choose Ovogene egg bank if you are going to have treatment in Ireland?
- Large database of donors that fully comply with Irish laws.
- Donor profiles with personal information and photographs available in the catalogue.
- Easy process of reservation and ordering.
- Consultation with the coordinator who will be glad to provide you with all the necessary information.
- Shipping is conducted by experienced couriers, who understand all the procedures for importing biomaterial to Ireland.