Donor Programme

Supporting donors and recipients

Some couples or individuals will require the use of donated eggs, sperm or embryos to create a family.

This decision to create a family using donor gametes (eggs or sperm) or embryos will have a significant impact on everyone involved, including those who donate. The dedicated Nairobi IVF donor team provides guidance and support throughout the entire process, helping donors and recipients make considered and informed decisions.

Becoming a recipient of donor sperm involves attending a series of pre-treatment appointments with a Nairobi IVF fertility specialist, counsellor, nurse and Patient Liaison Administrator, to understand and discuss all of the procedures and processes involved.

Recipients and their partners (if appropriate) will meet with a counsellor at least twice to discuss the implications of sperm donation and to sign consent forms. Recipients of clinic recruited donor sperm will select a donor after counselling consents are signed. Prior to commencing treatment, recipients of donor sperm will meet with a Patient Liaison Administrator to discuss management and treatment fees, and a member of the nursing team to understand the medications involved and treatment cycle timeline.
Treatment with donor sperm may be by intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilisation (IVF), depending on your circumstances, the quality and amount of sperm available for use, and any previous treatments. All IVF cycles using clinic-recruited donor sperm involve the use of ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection).

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