Becoming a family with Manor Medical

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Accessible egg donation in AUS

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High number of vitrified eggs guaranteed

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Affordable prices and convenient financing options

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Fast shipments

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High success rates and proven results worldwide

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You have a new reason to hope.

We know how exhausting it was to get here – but your search is over. Get full confidence and the attention of our experienced staff, while we help you create the family you’ve always hoped for.

So many reasons to choose Manor Medical

Fertility solutions focused on fantastic care and results in 22 countries

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Manor is the only company in the world that performs egg donation procedures in Ukraine by western professors – not as mediators.

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Until today, Manor Medical had the pleasure to bring joy and healthy children to over 4550 families worldwide.

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Manor Medical-Danel is a strong publicly-traded company worth $800 million.

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Donor recruitment is handled by Manor's staff, to make sure donors are getting the best possible care. Donors receive local psychological and expert Australian counseling to verify their suitability for the program.

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Manor offers multiple payment plans and loans. Shipments are fast and efficient, and all of Manor Medical's donor gametes are shipped by on-board couriers in specialized dry-shippers.

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Why pay tens of thousands of dollars on programs of 6 vitrified eggs? Manor's standard egg donation program provides a minimum of 8 vitrified eggs at prices 50% lower than any competing companies.

Our donors' wellbeing is our main priority

Egg donors in Manor's program get personal, attentive support from their very first visit to our clinic. We give them the best care and thank them for their help creating new life.

Donors are recruited based on strict western criteria, and are screened by leading Israeli fertility experts and local and Australian psychologists.

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Our egg donation programs

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Standard

8 frozen donor eggs

A minimum of three day-3 embryos, two blastocyst-stage embryos, or a healthy pregnancy.

  • In case eggs do not survive thawing, Manor Medical will provide additional eggs as needed at no cost.

  • In case only two day-3 embryos or one blastocyst-stage embryos are achieved, Manor Medical will provide 4 additional eggs at no cost.

  • IVF will be done by your local clinic.

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Premium

14-16 frozen donor eggs

A minimum of six day-3 embryos, four blastocyst-stage embryos, or a healthy pregnancy.

  • In case eggs do not survive thawing, Manor Medical will provide additional eggs as needed at no cost.

  • In case not enough embryos are achieved, Manor Medical will provide additional eggs to match the guaranteed amount at no cost.

  • IVF will be done by your local clinic.

Optional genetic testing

The donor and male partner will go through extensive genetic testing for over 300 mutations, to create an optimal genetic match.

  • Delivery warranty from Manor Medical. In case tests are unusable on arrival, Manor will provide an additional shipment at no cost.

  • Our shipping procedures meet all IATA (International Air Transport Association) requirements. Manor Medical's donor gametes are shipped by on-board couriers using specialized dry-shippers. All samples are exempt from X-ray (pre-clearance process).

Medically managed by the best Western fertility specialists and most advanced Western medicine

In Manor Medical's unique model every step of the process is managed by us - rather than by the local staff in Ukraine. Our leading fertility experts and embryologists perform all procedures themselves.
Manor's program has the highest standards of medicine, with a fully licensed and ISO-9001 compliant local clinic in Kiev.

Every part of the process is performed by our professional Western fertility doctors and staff, including embryologists, nurses, legal professionals, lawyers, psychologists, and logistic specialists.

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Prof. Raoul Orvieto

Gynecology, obstetrics and fertility

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Prof. Raoul Orvieto

Gynecology, obstetrics and fertility

Director of the fertility and IVF unit at the Sheba Tel Hashomer hospital, and a medical director in Manor Medical’s egg donation and surrogacy project.

1980-1986

MD, The Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School

1997

MSc in Obstetrics and Genecology, School of Continuing Medical Education, Tel Aviv University School of Medicine

1998

Expert of Gynecology and Obstetrics

1992-1998

Neonatal and Gynecology internship – Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Rabin Medical Center.

1998-2005

Senior Physician – Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Rabin Medical Center.

2002-2005

Director of the male infertility unit and sperm bank – The Center for Women’s Health and Maternity at the Rabin Medical Center.

2005-2013

Director of the Fertility and IVF Clinic – The Center for Women’s Health and Maternity at the Barzilai Medical Center.

2013-onwards

Director of the Fertility and IVF Clinic – The Center for Women’s Health and Maternity at the Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer
Medical Director of Surrogacy and Egg Donation – Manor Medical

The Tarnesby-Tarnowski Chair for Family Planning and Fertility Regulation
Editor-in-Chief of Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, The Tel Aviv University School of Medicine.

Member of the following committees:
Israeli Society for Contraception and Sexual Health Examinations Committee and Scientific Council for Obstetrics and Gynecology
National Committee for Human Medical Research
Chairman of the Research and Development Committee of the Tel Aviv University School of Medicine.

Member of the following professional organizations:
Israel Medical Association Israel Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Israel Fertility Association Israel Society of Contraception and Sexual Health
American Society for Reproductive Medicine European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology
The International Society of Gynecological Endocrinology

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Prof. Ari Shamiss

Aviation medicine and medical administration

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Prof. Ari Shamiss

Aviation medicine and medical administration

Prof. Shamiss is a graduate of the Technion American Medical School. He studied at the U.S. Navy School of Medicine and Space, and has an MPA in Public Administration from Harvard University. He specializes in internal medicine, hypertension, aviation medicine, and medical administration. Prof. Shamiss served in the Air Force and was discharged as Colonel in 2000. Since then he has held various key positions in Israeli medicine. He is a professor in the School of Medicine at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev. In addition, for the past decade, he has managed Sheba Tel Hashomer Medical Center, the largest hospital in Israel. For the past four years, he has served as CEO of Assuta, Israel’s leading private healthcare company.

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Prof. Ariel Weissman

Gynecology, obstetrics and fertility​

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Prof. Ariel Weissman

For three years in a row, professor Weissman was selected to be in the list of best gynecologists in Israel for 2018, 2019 and 2020 in the category of fertility and in vitro fertilization, according to Forbes magazine.

1987

Graduated the Hebrew University Medical School Hadassah.

Residency in Obstetrics and gynecology at the Kaplan Medical Center, Rehovot.

1996-1998

Clinical fellowship at the University of Toronto, Canada.

Senior physician in IVF unit at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Wolfson Medical Center.

Director of the Fertility Clinic at Maccabi Healthcare Services, Rishon LeZion, Jerusalem District and Shfela.

  • Israel Medical Association

  • The Israel Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology

  • The Israel Fertility Association

  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine

  • European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology

  • Published over 100 scientific articles in the professional press and textbook chapters

  • Engages in extensive research in the field of endocrinology of fertility and in vitro fertilization

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Our new parents say it all

"These people are angels"

"These people are angels. We've been through so much - but we're so glad we got to Manor Medical. It was nothing like the places we tried before. Their professional team made the process sound simple, and they were right. Everything went exactly as promised."

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Daniel and Ellie

Scarlet's parents

"Real professionals and kind people"

I'm looking at my 2-month old, and... I can't believe it's real. I was so skeptical, but you proved me wrong. We met real professionals - kind people who take their work seriously. We felt we're in capable hands. Thank you so much.

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Sophie's mom

"Thank you for everything"

Thank you for being there 24/7. Thank you for your infinite patience. Thank you for answering every single question. Thank you for keeping us calm. And thank god for bringing us to you.

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Laney and john

Riley's parents

"We couldn't have chosen a better provider"

Today, we heard the baby's heartbeat. I'm writing this with shaking hands. I still can't believe it. We couldn't have chosen a better provider, and your support meant the world. The sonogram pics are already on their way - start listing baby names for us!

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Sarah

Luke's mom

"They take their job so seriously. I made the right choice."

On our first consultation, I was skeptical. I was so worried, but the egg donation process went so fast and was so easy. Other clinics made it seem so exhausting and complicated. At Manor Medical, I met professionals who take their job so seriously. I'm glad I made the right choice.

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Alexander and Emily

Maddy's parents

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Frequently asked questions

Who are egg donation procedures for?

- Women with diminished ovarian reserve - Women who went through chemotherapy and radiation therapies, resulting in a low egg count - Women who are genetically inclined to ovarian inactivity - Women aged 40 or more - Women who had a unilateral or bilateral oophorectomy - Women experiencing ovarian dysfunction due to menopause - Women with a low egg count or low-quality eggs

Who makes sure donors are medically fit to donate eggs?

Once potential donors pass psychological evaluations, our team asks them to provide blood samples for the following medical and genetic testing: CF-22 mutation testing: df508, R553X, dele 2,3(21kb), 3846G>A (p.W1282X), 1624>T (p.G542X), 1521delCTT (p.F508del), 3909C>G (p.N1303K), 3718- 2477C>T, 1585-1G>A, 1647T>G (p.S549R), 3266G>A (p.W1089X), 273+IG>A, 254G>A (p.G85E), 3276C>G (p.Y1092X), 3700A>G (p.I1234V), 1075C>A, 1079C>A (p.Q359/T360K), 3120+1 Kbdel8.6kb, 2051_2052delAAinsG, 4010_4013 delITATT, 2989-1G>A, 54_5940_273+10250del21080 Genetic testing: Karyotype, Fragile-X, SMA, Glycogen storage disease type 1, DMD Viral and infections disease testing: HIV, HEPATITIS B, HEPATITIS C, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Chlamydiosis, Full blood count, Blood group, and antibodies Once the test results are available, a committee of 2 doctors chooses which donors will be allowed to donate eggs in the Manor Medical program. On average, only 55% of potential donors are accepted.

How old are donors at Manor Medical?

Women aged 21-30 can apply to the donor egg program.

Are fresh embryos better than frozen embryos?

Embryo cryopreservation has become highly advanced. Today, frozen embryos and fresh embryos have the same chances of success. Some studies even claim frozen embryos have higher success rates.

Can we fly in fresh (unfrozen) sperm?

Unfrozen, sperm only lasts 90 minutes. To perform out-of-country IVF, our team ensures sperm is frozen and transported in adequate conditions. If your doctor recomments using fresh sperm, you'll be able to schedule a visit to our Kiev clinic.

Who determines when embryos will be frozen?

The global standard recommends using day-5 embryos in the blastocyst stage. However, in some instances, sperm quality requires freezing embryos on day 3.

Does Manor Medical provide donors with insurance?

Yes. Our donors are fully insured, and our team is covered by medical malpractice insurance. Even though we've never had a malpractice claim made, we want you to be fully protected in any occurrence.

What is Manor Medical's success rate?

Our 2020 egg donation success rate was 67%.

What is the treatment cycle frequency?

Our team performs egg collection, embryo transfer, and egg shipments every week.

I want to choose the sex of my baby. Is that possible?

Yes, Ukrainian law permits choosing the baby's sex during IVF. We can perform the IVF procedure in our facilities in Kiev, or we can help transport the eggs to countries where the law allows parents to choose the sex of the baby. Please mention this when you reach out to us, and we'll make sure to include the egg transport in the quote you receive.

Will we be compensated for embryos not successfully thawed?

Yes, Manor will provide additional complementary egg donation rounds if embryos don't survive the thawing process.

Can we get the donor's DNA sample?

Only if genetic counseling indicates the father is carrying a potentially-harmful genetic mutation.

Can we bring in a photo of us to match with the donor?

Unfortunately, we're not able to match the donor to your photo at the moment.

Can we get a photo of the donor?

Yes, on some tiers you can get a current photo of the donor.

Do donors go through psychological evaluations?

Yes. We're incredibly proud of our in-depth evaluations. A member of our team meets with each potential donor. They make sure she fully understands the process and commitment required. They also ensure she's participating voluntarily. Manor Medical will never accept a donor into the program unless we're sure she knows the consequences and is applying willingly.

Who finds the donors and how?

Manor employs a team responsible for finding and evaluating potential donors. Donors that meet our strict standards and requirements go through extensive psychological evaluations. Those who pass all evaluations are accepted into the program and go through additional medical tests.

How long will the process take?

We know how much you're looking forward to a healthy pregnancy, and we do whatever we can to make it happen for you as soon as possible. Though there's no way to foresee how long egg donation processes take, we do our best by keeping our treatment cycles short, with a new round of treatments performed every two weeks.

I'm a single woman, is this for me?

Absolutely. We believe everyone deserves a chance to become parents. Our egg donation and sperm donation services are available to everyone.

We're a same-sex couple, is this for us?

Absolutely. We believe everyone deserves a chance to become parents. Our egg donation and sperm donation services are available to everyone.

Will we be insured?

Yes. Egg donation with Manor Medical is fully insured by Lloyd's, an international insurance company with decades of expertise. Our insurance policy is specific to fertility procedures and covers every step of the process.

Why is Manor Medical special?

Egg donation in a foreign country is a risky procedure, and many companies act as middlemen. If something goes wrong, they shake off responsibility, leaving you to fend for yourself. At Manor Medical, we own and manage every step of the process for over 12 years now. You'll be able to stay calm and know we'll be there for you no matter what. Many companies also guarantee a specific number of pre-IVF eggs, even though you can never foresee how many embryos these will provide. We guarantee a certain number of embryos to maximize your chances of success.

How are donors chosen?

We match donors to future parents based on your requirements - from hair color to ethnicity. Our donors go through extensive evaluation procedures to make sure they're safe, willing, and healthy in every way. Among the tests performed are thorough genetic testing and psychological evaluations. Due to our strict and high standards, 50% of potential donors are disqualified in this process.

Will procedures be done responsibly?

Our facilities in Ukraine are state of the art and fully compliant. We fly in doctors from countries with the highest standards of care, like the US, UK, and Israel, to ensure all procedures are performed professionally.

Will I have to fly to Ukraine?

No, our donor egg solutions are designed to minimize travel time and stress for future parents. Egg harvesting and IVF are performed in Ukraine, but the embryos will be flown to France and transferred locally.

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