Donors are young women under the age of 30, who volunteer to help other women who cannot conceive. They are mostly students or young mothers on maternity leave. Donors are very carefully selected to ensure the highest quality of eggs. Unica has internal criteria that are much stricter than the Law requires, which presents, besides the basis of the high success rate in our donor program, the subject of our know-how.
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Donor selection is a complex process influenced by many factors. We put the most emphasis on fulfilling each individual requests of our patient couples.
We focus our attention on the resemblance between donor and recipient.
The donor selection process respects the blood type and the Rh factor of the recipient, her physiognomy including hair color and eye color, as well as her physique.
Donors are young women, no older than 30 years of age, who register into our donor center and wish to help other women.
In most cases, donors are university students or young mothers on maternity leave who are carefully selected in order to ensure oocytes of the highest quality. Every donor has, at a minimum, a high-school education.
All donors must always fulfil strict criteria for egg donation and embryos
This criteria is in accordance with the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (Guidelines for oocyte donation of The American Society of Reproductive Medicine, published in Fertility and Sterility Journal, Vol.77, No. 6, Suppl. 5, June 2002).
All donors must, of course, fulfil all legal requirements as defined by Czech Law.
At Unica, we take it one step further and have defined a set of internal selection criteria that are even more strict and stringent than Czech regulations which is reflected in our success rates and the result of our fundamental know-how.
„We always have enough of the tested donors; therefore, the treatment can start as soon as possible.“
Given our interest and expertise in Egg Donation, we have built an extensive donor database that prevents Unica patients from experiencing waiting lists and delays and allows them to start the treatment as soon as possible.
Ovarian stimulation of the donor is synchronized with the preparation of the recipient (the future mother). All matured eggs obtained from the donor are granted to one recipient. The eggs are subsequently fertilized in the laboratory using the sperm of the recipient’s partner. After five days of cultivation, the best embryo is transferred into the uterus of the future mother, where the following development process lasts until the delivery.
Barbora Jonasovacoordinator EN
Barbora Jonasova has been part of Unica’s team since 2011 and highly appreciates the personal and friendly approach provided by her colleagues as well as the diversity and uniqueness of her profession. She feels that the role of being a coordinator is a mission; satisfaction and joy of patients are her top priorities. She places great value on the precision and promptness of her communication and she keeps the patient’s security, safety and trust as most important. As an open-minded person, she strives to understand her patients and help them experience a smooth and stress free process during their treatment.
Ana Horgcoordinator SRB, CRO, EN
Ana Horg has been with Unica since the second half of 2013. In her profession, reliability and stability are the most important values and as such, she always communicates with patients promptly and fluently. Her responsiveness and attention to detail are the basis of her truly personal touch.