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Becoming an Egg Donor
|Some couples find it difficult or impossible
to conceive. One option for women whose ovaries
do not produce enough healthy eggs is to
become pregnant using donated eggs. Generally,
if you are healthy woman between 21 and 35,
you may be able to help and receive substantial
compensation for your effort. Since becoming
a donor is a very important decision, it
is important for you to give it thorough
consideration before you proceed. Here is
some advice that we hope will help in your
Primarily, there are three groups seeking egg donors:
You should understand the privacy considerations before proceeding. Will you be a known or unknown donor? What information about yourself will be shared with the actual or prospective recipient? State law requires the collection of some information. Other information is helpful if the receiving organization wants to advertise the characteristics of the egg donor or contact you for future donations.
There are legal / emotion / psychological implications. While at first it may seem that you are simply giving up something that your body does not need, those eggs have the potential (and indeed are being used to) give life. Seek legal advice to determine your rights and responsibilities on all aspects, including parental, before you donate. Then, think through carefully how you will feel about your offspring being raised by someone else.
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