At the time of egg collection your partner (if appropriate) provides semen, which is used to fertilise the eggs in the laboratory.
Two to five days after the egg collection and fertilisation, one of the resulting embryos is transferred to you and any other viable embryos are frozen for potential future transfer. After two weeks, you have a pregnancy test.
Transfer of frozen embryos made from donor eggs will usually take place in the recipient’s natural cycle and does not require any further treatment for the egg donor.
The pregnancy rate when using donated eggs is related to the age of the donor, and the number and quality of the eggs. Your fertility specialist in Kenya will be able to advise you further about this at the time of your consultation.