Many factors lead to infertility, and with the advances made in the field of medicine, most of the cases can be treated. Fertility treatments are common nowadays and are no longer considered taboo anymore. One such fertility treatment that has garnered much success is the Egg Donation Treatment. The process involves the Donated eggs fertilizing with the partner's sperm by either by in vitro fertilisation (IVF) or intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Once the embryo develops, they are transferred to the uterus to check for the success of the treatment. This type of therapy is usually advised by the gynecologist when the ovaries have been removed or if they have been found damaged. They are also used if repeated processes to fertilize the eggs have been met with failure or in case of repeated miscarriages. Precision tools are utilized for the fertility treatment, and the donated eggs are cultured. Once the fertilization takes place, and the embryos begin to develop, they would be transferred to the uterus. The gynecologist will check the soundness of the donor egg and also eliminates the possibility of inherited disorders before opting for the treatment. It is better to undergo this treatment under a professional treatment center as the success rate increases gradually in such scenarios. The success rate is usually around 35 - 40 %. A pregnancy test can be performed within a week to ten days to determine if the Egg Donation Treatment has been a success.