One step closer to hearing the words ‘mum’ and ‘dad’

We’re here to give you support on your way to parenthood. At the INVICTA Fertility Bank, you can search for and reserve donor eggs or donor sperm free of charge.

Szczęśliwa rodzina – matka, ojciec i ich niemowlę z in vitro z komórką dawczyni – spoglądają na siebie w otoczeniu przyrody
Szczęśliwa rodzina – matka, ojciec i ich niemowlę z in vitro z komórką dawczyni – spoglądają na siebie w otoczeniu przyrody

Welcome to INVICTA Egg and Sperm Bank

Our aim is to provide you with access to high-quality eggs and sperm so that you can become parents despite not having your own gametes. At the same time, we care about the health and safety of all our donors. The donation programme is run by our doctors and embryologists.


efficiency rate of IVF with frozen donor eggs

10 000

More than 10,000 donor eggs collected and frozen


rate of thawed egg cells

How does material reservation work?

It’s simple! You’ll reserve egg cells and sperm from our donors in 3 steps.


Log in

Create a free account to access all the features of the website. Once logged in, you can browse donor profiles in our database and make reservations.


Find your perfect donor

Fill in the short phenotype form to find a donor consistent with your phenotype. You can also compare profiles and save favorites.


Reserve the selected package

Select a package and make a reservation through electronic payment. If you want to reconsider, you can reserve it for free for 48 hours.

What will I learn about donors?

Donor profiles include key information on:

physical characteristics:
  • eye colour
  • hair colour
  • hair texture
  • height
  • figure
  • age
  • skin
blood type
race and ethnicity
donor’s age (on the day of donation)
Dane fenotypowe dawczyni komórek jajowych z Banku Płodności INVICTA Dane fenotypowe dawcy nasienia w INVICTA: kolor oczu, włosów, grupa krwi i lokalizacja
Check sample donor profile:

Who are the egg and sperm donors?

Our donors are young people from Poland. We know them in person and have a good work relationship with them. They are the true picture of health, and their decision to donate eggs or sperm was motivated by their desire to help. More often than not, they have already donated blood and bone marrow.

Ultimately, only 3% of the candidates reach the final phase of the donation process. The thorough testing of donors ensures that the subsequent effectiveness of INVICTA treatments is very high.

How are donors qualified for donation?

Comprehensive medical history

We take medical history in the form of an online survey, in which the donor answers about 600 questions. The history questions include information about the candidate’s health and habits, as well as information about illnesses in the family.

Psychological qualification

A psychologist runs psychological tests to rule out mental problems. Additionally, the psychologist has a conversation with the candidate about participating in the programme, their motivations and the potential effects of such a decision on the donor’s present and future life.

Detailed examinations

First of all, female donors are tested for ovarian reserve (AMH and TSH), and male donors are tested for semen quality. This is followed by a health assessment examination and tests for infections. We also conduct genetic testing – we perform karyotyping and cystic fibrosis carrier testing (33 mutations in the CFTR gene) to reduce the risk of genetic disease transmission to the child.

Successful treatment at the INVICTA Clinic

Regardless of whether your journey has started with us or you are well on your path to achieving your dream, at the INVICTA Clinic you will receive professional and effective help in your efforts to have a baby. As part of the treatment at an INVICTA Clinic of your choice, you may use the reserved eggs or sperm from the INVICTA Bank. The success rate of clinical pregnancies from frozen donor eggs is 75%.

Guarantee programme

By choosing treatment at the INVICTA Clinic, you may use the guarantee of obtaining embryos at the blastocyst stage. Our embryologists are experienced and certified specialists, so the efficiency of fertilisation and embryo culture is ensured. If the quality of the semen used for fertilisation meets the conditions of the guarantee, a minimum of 1 blastocyst is guaranteed from 6 fertilised donor eggs.
80% of our patients have obtained more embryos than we guarantee.

Histories of recipients

I’ve used IVF with donor eggs at three clinics so far, and this is the first time I’ve had the opportunity to choose a donor and reserve eggs so quickly and easily. All I had to do was add my phenotype, and the programme itself suggested the best matching donor. We managed to successfully obtain several beautiful embryos. Now I’m waiting for the transfer ❤

Portret kobiety w ogrodzie udzielającej opinii na temat Banku Płodności INVICTA
from Warsaw

A wide selection of female donor profiles. My wife and I logged in at home and started looking for a matching donor. We’ve added several suggestions to the ‘favourites’ and have already booked one package.

Mężczyzna dzielący swoją opinię o Banku Płodności INVICTA przy brzegu morza
from Wrocław

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Here we respond to your most frequently asked questions

  • Yes. The Infertility Treatment Act, which has been in effect since 1 November 2015, specifically regulates the use of reproductive cells and embryos. It stipulates the rules for qualifying patients and providing treatment with assisted reproduction methods, including insemination and IVF. The most important provisions:

    • The act provides only for the anonymous donation and reception of reproductive cells.
    • Regardless of the number of reserved donor eggs, the doctor decides on the number of fertilised cells.
    • Donor selection is based on the compatibility of phenotypic characteristics with recipients.
    • IVF treatment and insemination require qualification by a doctor at the INVICTA Clinic.
    • In vitro fertilisation and insemination procedures are only possible for a couple (a man and a woman).
  • According to the law, the donation of reproductive cells is anonymous. To ensure the anonymity of our donors, we cannot disclose their image, as this could make them identifiable.

  • According to the Polish Infertility Treatment Act, donating and receiving reproductive cells is anonymous. Donor anonymity means that the donors’ personal information is not disclosed to either the prospective parents or their child. You can only learn about the donor’s blood type, height, eye and hair colour. You will not be able to access the information that might help you determine the identity of the donor.

  • No. Your child, even after they turn 18, will not receive any information that may help identify the donor. They can only learn the year and place of birth of the donor.

  • They can learn the year and place of birth of the donor. They will also gain access to information from the donor’s qualification stage: regarding the donor’s health, including the results of laboratory and medical tests.

  • A phenotype is a set of characteristics of an organism that can be discerned and determined. Phenotypic characteristics, which help find a matching donor, include eye colour, hair colour, hair texture, height, body shape, age, skin, blood type, race and ethnicity.

  • The selection of a reproductive cell donor is made according to the recipient’s phenotype. The selected donor should have an appearance as similar to the recipients as possible and have a compatible blood type. The aim is to make the children resemble their future parents (recipients). Based on phenotypic data, the doctor confirms the similarity between the recipient and the donor of reproductive cells before using the gametes in treatment.

  • Yes. Having reviewed the situation, the doctor may give consent to incomplete phenotypic selection.

  • Yes. Contact our coordinator to help you choose and book the right material.

  • Yes, reservation of the material is free of charge for 48 hours. The payment for obtaining the selected material must be made during this time.

  • The cost of obtaining one package containing 6 eggs from a female donor is PLN 13,000.

  • The cost of obtaining one package containing 1 straw of sperm (IUI/ICSI) from a donor is PLN 1,200.

  • The number of reserved eggs depends on how many children you are planning to have. The success rate of obtaining embryos is high – 80% of patients obtain more than 1 blastocyst from 6 eggs. On the other hand, 75% of couples confirm a clinical pregnancy with the use of frozen donor cells. If you are unsure of the number of cells to be reserved, please contact us.

  • The reserved cells may continue to be stored or returned to the INVICTA Bank. A full package of 6 egg cells can be returned for a refund in accordance with the Bank’s Terms of Service. The Terms and Conditions are available to the User upon logging in and at the Clinic. If the package is incomplete, it can be returned to the INVICTA Bank free of charge.

  • Yes, if the material continues to be stored at the INVICTA Bank. The conditions for making refunds are described in the Bank’s Terms and Conditions available to the User upon logging in and at the Clinic.

  • Yes, you can transfer your reserved package to another bank or clinic. However, this is subject to formalities, preparation, and payment for transportation between the INVICTA Fertility Bank and the clinic or bank of your choice. Please contact us to discuss the details regarding transportation.

    Please remember that at INVICTA Clinic, the success rate of treatment is very high, at 75%. Additionally, as part of the in vitro program, you can take advantage of the embryo guarantee.

Do you have any additional questions?