We have created a section of frequently asked questions to help you in your journey towards parenthood.
We are able to allocate one vial per treatment. Once a pregnancy has been confirmed, you may be able to reserve additional vials from the same donor if available. This is discussed in more detail with your fertility coordinator.
Yes in South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland providing they meet state Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) legislation and regulations. In Victoria the patient must make an application to the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA) and must meet state legislation and regulations. This is discussed in more detail with your fertility coordinator.
This is discussed in more detail with your fertility coordinator.
It is Rainbow Fertility policy that sperm from a known donor is quarantined for three months and the donor is to be rechecked for significant transmissible infections to avoid the possibility of an incubating infection at the time of gamete collection. Exemptions to this can be discussed with your clinician.
You will be provided with a profile of the potential donor(s) consisting of non-identifying details such as physical characteristics, ethnicity, interests, education and career, to help you select the donor that is right for you.
Yes, we can support Partner IVF in all our clinics.
Yes, the clinic offers an egg donor program to help couples or individuals in their attempt to become parents; however, by sourcing your own, a known donor treatment can potentially commence sooner.
10 years; however, in South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland, extension beyond 10 years requires approval from the clinic. In Victoria, a formal written request must be sent to the Patient Review Panel (PRP) for approval.
At Rainbow Fertility, our specialists have extensive experience in helping create LGBTI families. Feel free to contact our friendly team to learn more about the fertility treatment options available to you.
Current as at 01.02.2016