What is egg-sharing?

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What is egg-sharing?

Egg-sharing is an IVF treatment which brings together women having conventional IVF (the sharer) with those unable to produce their own eggs (the recipients). The treatment enables these two groups of women to help one another - egg-sharers receive free IVF treatment, whilst recipients receive the eggs they need for IVF. So if you decide share your eggs or become a recipient, you'll be helping both yourself and someone else to become a mum.

Egg-sharing was pioneered by consultants at the London Women's Clinic nearly 20 years ago - and today, while several thousand women have benefitted from this process across the world, it is still the London Women's Clinic that is widely regarded as the home of egg-sharing. Recent results show high rates of success for both sharers and recipients.

You can find out more about this particular IVF treatment by visiting our website www.eggsharing.com or attending one of our free open days, which we hold regularly at our clinics around the UK. Why not come along?


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