Published in IJCP October 2018
Oocyte Donation: Pregnancy Results and Obstetric Outcome
October 04, 2018 | Nandita P Palshetkar, Hrishikesh D Pai, Manisha Takhtani, Rutvij Dalal

Objective: To evaluate the success rate after oocyte donation and the obstetric and neonatal outcome in these pregnancies. Design: Prospective study. Setting: Babies and US, Infertility, IVF and ICSI Center, Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai. Study group: A cohort of 65 women who conceived after oocyte donation. Main outcome measured: Obstetric charts of all these women were maintained and the incidence of obstetric complications and the perinatal outcome was studied. Results: The most common antenatal complications were first trimester bleeding (31.2%) and pregnancy-induced hypertension (23.4%). The incidence of multiple gestations was 15.6%. No major peripartum events were observed. Conclusion: The incidence of obstetric complications is higher in oocyte donation pregnancies. The complications are usually manageable and most patients have a successful pregnancy outcome.