Egg donation is a method used in in-virto fertilization treatment where a patient uses donated eggs from another woman for her own pregnancy. IVF with egg donation is used with fertility treatments to allow women with infertile eggs or poor ovarian reserve fulfill their dream of becoming pregnant and having a child.
During the last decade, Thailand has become a pioneering hub of assisted reproduction treatments, opening up a world of possibilities for couples who are struggling to conceive and create a family.
IVF laws in many parts of the world are complex and not easy to navigate; that’s why many couples choose Thailand’s IVF clinics because they provide the convenience and peace of mind of finding an egg donor and coordination of all legal, medical, financial and travel services.
The cost of IVF is another reason couples flee their home country and travel to Thailand for egg donation. Egg donation treatment is a long, intricate IVF procedure comprises of multiple sessions and several hormonal tests, which put a lot of strain on the couple’s finances.
IVF clinics in Thailand offer highly effective fertility treatment and donor egg team is experienced and well-trained to coordinate the care for local and international patients.
Although Grand Palace is not an alternative, off-the-beaten-path sightseeing attraction in Thailand; it is a must-see for any traveler visiting Bangkok.
Set in the heart of Bangkok, the Grand Palace is a complex of unique structures surrounded by four walls and overlooking the beautiful banks of the Chao Phraya River.
The palace features several quarters: the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Outer Court, the Middle Court, the Inner Court and the Siwalai Gardens quarter.
Building a family requires large financial investment on the couple’s part to pay for the doctor’s fees, services of gynecologist, embryologist, donor recruitment and screening, and donor testing, to name a few.
The average cost of egg donation in Thailand- which is a fraction of the price of IVF in the US- usually includes the cost of the aforementioned services, as well as donor monitoring, sperm processing and compensation for the egg donor