Some couples or individuals require donated eggs, sperm or embryos to create a family.
This decision of creating a family using donor gametes (eggs or sperm) or embryos have a significant impact on everyone involved, including the donator. The dedicated Myra IVF donor team provides guidance and support throughout the entire process, helping donors and recipients make important decisions.
Indian Laws proposed to be framed for egg donation & Surrogacy
Law firms and semen banks are encouraged to obtain (through advertisement) and maintain information on possible oocyte donors and surrogate mothers as per details mentioned in the document. Myra IVF may appropriately charge the couple for providing an oocyte or a surrogate mother. The oocyte donor may be compensated suitably (e.g. financially) by the law firm or semen bank when the oocyte is donated. However, negotiations between a couple and the surrogate mother must be conducted independently.
The system of oocyte sharing in which a needy infertile couple that needs to raise resources for ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) agrees to donate oocytes to an affluent infertile couple wherein the wife can carry a pregnancy through but cannot produce her own oocyte, for in-vitro fertilization with the sperm of the male partner of the affluent couple, for a monitory compensation that would take care of the expenses of an ART procedure on the indigent couple, must be encouraged.