How much IVF with Egg Donor Cost in Kenya?

The complete package of IVF with egg donation is very reasonable and affordable in Kenya which is around USD 23,000 for first-time donors, USD 26,000 for experienced and USD 29,000 for VIP egg donors which includes the Egg Donor Cost in Kenya and the cost of medicines are also included. However, the Egg Donor Cost in Kenya varies at different IVF centers. Some IVF clinic charges around USD 40,000 without medications for single donor cycle. Be sure that you clearly understand all the cost includes in your IVF with egg donation package before you proceed with your treatment.

Cost for Additional procedure

If in any case the IVF with egg donation not give you the successful result and you need the advanced treatment then it will cost you extra which is as follows:
Blastocyst transfer (day 5 transfer) No extra charge
ICSI – Intracytoplasmic sperm injection No extra charge
Sperm freezing USD 350
Embryo freezing (1 year storage included) USD 1000
Frozen embryo transfer cycle
(leftover fertilized embryos) USD 4000

How to select the egg donors?

Firstly, all the egg donors need to go through the medical screening for the infectious diseases like AIDS, Hepatitis etc. so that the eggs which she donates are free from any disease. The egg donors are young, fertile and healthy and of between age group of 21 to 28 years. The egg donor can be a married or unmarried woman; preferably agencies hire the married woman with kids because these are the women who can establish their ability to bear children.

Who required Egg donors?

The following are the women who required the egg donors:
• Women who have poor fertilization of egg in spite having the good quality of sperm
• Failed to achieve pregnancy after repeated attempts
• Failed ovaries
• Women age above 40 years
• Menopause
• Poor responders (less than 3-4 eggs)
• Unexplained failure of IVF consecutively

Success Rate

The success rate of the take home baby by using fresh donor eggs is around 75 to 85% per embryo transfer of women under age of 35 years which is quite high as compared with the success rate of other well-developed countries and also the fertility experts from India and Kenya make pregnancy possible for the women over age of 40 years and the success rate for these women are around 50 to 60% per embryo transfer by using fresh eggs and the Egg Donor Cost in Kenya is also very reasonable and easily afforded by people of every class.
The success rate varies between egg donation clinics and it’s a good practice to know the success rate of the clinic that has chosen before you proceed with your treatment.