Global donor egg IVF market is expected to undergo fast-paced growth over the assessment period due to infertility becoming a prevalent issue with rising numbers of aspiring parents seeking help through IVF.
In a dramatic expansion of in vitro fertilization or IVF treatment across the globe together with the associated therapies, the scientists and clinicians give evidence of their commitment. It is their years of research and development activities that have yielded therapies like GIFT, zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT), embryo cryopreservation, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and donor egg.
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Increased Success Rates to Accelerate Demand for Donor Egg Therapy Worldwide
Donor eggs therapy has emerged as the most successful of all therapies in recent times. Previous differences between ZIFT, in vitro fertilization, and GIFT have been done away with, though donor eggs therapy remains the most effective one as compared to all of these therapies. Donor eggs therapy comes with the lowest rate of pregnancy loss, which is about 15% only at present.
These days, pregnancy rates per transfer for in vitro fertilization treatment have risen to 40% from mere 15% in the initial years of reporting. In a similar fashion, the pregnancy per transfer rate has increased to 50% from just 25% during the early years of reporting. The increased pregnancy rate per transfer is triggering growth of global donor egg IVF market.
In addition increased success rates, increasing popularity of fertility tourism is also fuelling the demand for global donor egg IVF market. According to the statistical data of a 2016 report, nearly 5% of all the total fertility treatments given to the patients went to patients who travelled to the US for fertility treatment. Many of those patients were from the countries of Asia, Latin America and Europe.
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Such expansion in fertility treatment is owing to the favorable laws that encourage donors’ as well as mothers’ anonymity, which is likely to prove to be a significant growth factor for the global donor egg IVF market.