Texas Fertility Center

Donor Program

Our Austin fertility center delivers sought-after pregnancy rates with our in-house and partner donor programs

For some people, the journey to parenthood takes a less traveled path. We want you to welcome a new life into your family, and we are pleased to be able to offer our patients the latest technologies and treatments to make this outcome possible. As part of this process, Texas Fertility Center (TFC) works with patients who may need to use an egg donor, sperm donor, or gestational carrier to achieve a successful pregnancy.

Our in-house egg donor program allows patients to feel completely at ease, knowing that we conduct an extensive medical and emotional screening process on all of our donors. When the time comes to select a donor, our team will personally guide you through the process, offering information to help you and your partner select the right candidate for your particular situation. With success rates for oocyte donation cycles between 75 and 80 percent per cycle, the odds of conceiving using a TFC donor are definitely in your favor.

If you have normally functioning ovaries but can’t carry a pregnancy to term, have no uterus, or suffer from a medical condition that prevents you from safely carrying a pregnancy, your physician may suggest a gestational carrier: a woman with no genetic connection to an embryo she carries for an infertile couple. We will perform a comprehensive evaluation of the prospective parents and the gestational carrier before beginning the fertility treatments.

Let Texas Fertility Center bring your dreams to life. Call our office today and take the first step to becoming a parent. The TFC donor program serves patients from Austin, Round Rock, Central Texas, and the Southwestern United States with state-of-the-art treatment and exceptional care.

Fertility Story

Embryo Clearinghouse

The Department of Health and Human Services, the State of Texas and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine took steps to bring this program to life. TFC supported a bill that would have created a clearinghouse for embryo donation. HB1145 died in committee in April 2015, but it’s important to maintain momentum that began with HB1145.