If you don’t live in the U.S., don’t worry! We love working with prospective parents from all around the world, and we’re here to help you, wherever you’re based. We also work with donors from around the world. We’ve got a multinational team to help coordinate your egg donation journey – and we’re familiar managing cycles and addressing the needs of both national and international clients.
You will need to book a trip to the country where your IVF clinic is located in order to carry out the various necessary procedures. How many you’ll need to make depends on a number of factors. Generally speaking, if a female prospective parent intends to carry the baby, she can have monitoring of the uterine lining done close to home, then fly just once to the IVF clinic for the embryo transfer. The male prospective parent (all you dads out there) will need to come prior to the egg retrieval for a sperm donation.
However, each case is different. We’ll make sure you’re always aware of the necessary travel requirements before starting the process.