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EGG DONATION SOUTH AFRICA

Founded in 2007, Egg Donation South Africa (EDSA) was the first truly South African egg donor agency.

Egg Donation is currently run by a group of like-minded medical and science professionals, each of whom is highly experienced in the field of IVF. Our professionals have adopted a pragmatic approach to providing an expert service, but believe strongly in balancing the technical side of the work with a sense of humanity and the desire to serve.

Our team strives to offer an exceptional level of service and to give the best possible care to each recipient and donor.

FUTURE PARENTS

MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE

DONOR SCREENING & TREATMENT PLAN

DONOR
EGG RETRIEVAL

EGG
FERTILISATION

MEDICATION
EMBRYO TRANSFER
PREGNANCY TESTS

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SCREENING

PSYCHOLOGICAL SCREENING
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MEET THE TEAM

Kimenthra Raja

Owner & Founder
Embryologist and IVF Laboratory Specialist

Kinny Ramoeng

Egg Donation Coordinator

Angela Williamson

Digital Media & PR Coordinator

Karin Barkema

Clinical Psychologist

Amanda Badenhorst

Recruitment Specialist

Joy Joubert

Astrologer

Sandra Fisher

Graphologist

Ishana Maharaj

Clinical Psychologist

SOCIAL MEDIA

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We offer extensive medical procedures to outbound and inbound patients.

Surrogate StoriesAmazing tales from those that have been through the motions of surrogacy."In summer of 2013 we transferred 2 beautiful embryos that were 3 days old! Once again the dreaded two week wait continued. We tested positive and got some devastating news at 6 weeks that there was only a gestational sac, there was no fetal heart beat at all. We were all devastated and sat there and cried together. At this point they only had 4 remaining frozen embryos. We talked and decided that we were going big or going home.I had a couple of cycles and on November 18, 2013 we transferred 3 beautiful embryos, the fourth embryo did not survive the thawing process. We were all okay with that as we still had three embryos remaining. Once again that horrible, dreaded two week wait was upon us. Six days before Christmas of 2013 we had our very first ultrasound and it confirmed they were in fact not having one baby but they were having 3 babies.....that's right TRIPLETS!! We cried tears of joy! It was a lot of shock all in one day that took some time to sink in! I was off work by 19 weeks as it was very hard for me to do a lot of things.Making an extremely long story short, I delivered 3 very very healthy babies at 36 weeks gestation..... I went almost full term to 40 weeks! I delivered them by c-section July 10, 2014.- Anonymous" ... See MoreSee Less
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Who are the key people involved in the surrogacy process? We’re aware of the actual surrogate, and the intended parents involved in the surrogacy process, but so many people are involved in a complete surrogacy journey.Starting with a reproductive medical specialist, an IVF co-ordinator a fertility lawyer, a psychologist, a social worker, the members of the High Court and then, of course the spouse or partner, even the family of the surrogate. It truly takes a team. A village. To produce one very valuable life for a parent or parents that are desperate for a child.#surrogacy #apply #application #planningyourfamily #planningyourfuture #startyourfamily #infertility #fertilitytreatment #fertilityjourney ... See MoreSee Less
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Wednesday word: Commissioning Parents (Intended Parents)Commissioning Parents or Intended Parents (in South Africa) are individuals or couples who cannot conceive on their own – for any reason – and choose surrogacy to build their family.They will then become the primary parents to the child or children born from the surrogacy.#surrogacy #apply #application #planningyourfamily #planningyourfuture #startyourfamily #infertility #fertilitytreatment #fertilityjourney ... See MoreSee Less
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