Penn Fertility Care

Donor Embryo Program

The Donor Embryo Program at Penn Fertility Care offers infertile couples the chance to successfully achieve pregnancy. Using a donor embryo is an excellent form of treatment for couples that have been unsuccessful in achieving pregnancy either on their own or through assisted reproductive technologies with their own eggs, and for those who have experienced multiple pregnancy losses.

Penn Fertility Care receives donated cryopreserved embryos from patients who have gone through in vitro fertilization treatment. When these couples have completed their family, they are given the opportunity to anonymously donate their unused frozen embryos for potential use by recipient couples.

At Penn Fertility Care, recipient couples view the profiles of donated embryos (i.e. medical history of the donating couple) and select the embryos they would like to use. Our practice does not match recipient couples with donated embryos. We believe the embryo selection is an important decision that should be made by the recipient couple.

Penn Fertility Care understands that all patients face a unique set of circumstances regarding their fertility. Penn offers personalized services to assist you in the donor embryo process. The staff helps patients through the entire process. From initial consultation through the implantation process, they are available to answer your questions.

Those interested in either donating or receiving embryos, or interested in more information about the Donor Embryo Program at Penn Fertility Care, can call (215) 662-7727 or 1-800-789-PENN (7366).