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Share your eggs and share the gift of life

Become an egg share donor during your IVF treatment and help someone else become a parent.

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Is egg sharing right for me?

You’ll understand more than most that everyone’s fertility journey is unique. For some women, their only chance at having a baby of their own is by using donated eggs. That’s why we offer a unique egg sharing programme that gives women the chance to help each other. As an egg share donor, there’s no charge for your IVF treatment, while your recipient will get the precious eggs they need for IVF.

Who’s it for

You might want to become an egg share donor if…

  • You’re between 18 and 35
  • You want to save money on your IVF treatment
  • You’re a non-smoker
  • You’re fit and healthy with a BMI between 20 and 30
  • You have a good ovarian reserve
  • You have a normal baseline FSH level (less than 10 IU/L)
  • You have both ovaries in place
  • You have no history of severe endometriosis
  • You have no genetic illnesses
  • You have a good ovarian reserve – don’t worry: we will check this for you

Statistics at Harley Street

We’ve helped many partners, individuals and LBGTQ+ couples start their family since we opened our clinic in 2010 and we have some of the highest success rates for IVF in the country.

Reciprocal IVF with shared eggs


Egg sharing and IVF

Find out more about the personal experiences of one of our patients when they decided to become an egg share donor during their own IVF treatment.
Read Julie Ann’s story >

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IVF With Donor Eggs

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Mild/Natural IVF

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