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Egg Donor Data Base

Our team members are active participants of social networks and groups to attract broad-minded active young mothers to participate in our Egg Donor Data Base.

The only one donor database available in Europe

The only one donor database available in Europe

More than 200 egg donors available to your choice at any time

More than 200 egg donors available to your choice at any time

More than 150 details about each egg donor including their photographs in the age under 10

More than 150 details about each egg donor including their photographs in the age under 10

View a full profile of our egg donors

This will show the way we structure and present information about each egg donor

 Would you like to receive your free unbinding 7 day access to our full Egg Donor Data base?

Would you like to receive your free unbinding 7 day access to our full Egg Donor Data base?

Fill in form

We will be happy to provide you with the  IMMEDIATE access and help you with the donor choice!

 

Live birth or money back!

Egg Donation money back

€ 29 990

If you do not deliver a baby within 3 egg donation cycles 70% of your fee will be refunded

Live birth or money back!

Embryo adoption money back

€ 16 990

If you do not deliver a baby after 4 embryo transfers, 70% of the fee will be refunded

 
 

After 3 IVF in Sweden, 3 miscarriages, Elisabet and Pär became parents of lovely Ester through egg donation in St. Petersburg

“…I am a single woman and when one is lonely, one is very sensitive…You saw me as a person and I felt that you can help me…”

Birgita

 

“…When I left the clinic and walked down the Nevsky Prospect I knew I was pregnant — and the feeling was right! 9 month after her visit at the AVA Clinic Alexander was born!”

Ewa and Sten


Having questions? Ask our doctors now!

A blog by Tone Bråten

A blog — to help you on your journey to become parents!

Our patients tell their stories



  • Willeke and Mario from Netherlands come to AVA-Peter for egg donation treatment… Enjoy this touching and sincere documentary by Jorien van Nes