Cornell Doctors: Donor egg vs own eggs at 43

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Posted by Deedee on May 22, 19100 at 18:14:27:

I have looked at Cornell's percentages for actual pg rates at 43+ and wondered about differences in success rates between using own eggs vs donor egg. I have also heard that the success is related primarily to the donor, but I'm not certain.

Could you please reiterate for me, the actual difference percentage-wise for using donor egg at 43 at your clinic. The Cornell chart does not segment out donor egg as far as I can see. It states 15% success at 43(99).

Also, can FSH results help making this decision easier?

Essentially, I don't want to jump to donor egg if there is a good chance to conceive with my own eggs. I am paying for IVF out of pocket so this is a factor

history: 43.1, 1 cancelled IVF(4Amps GonalF)due to only 1 follicle; 1 m/c in 99; 1 prior pg/abortion

Thank you

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