Many people struggle with infertility or the inability to have children. This can be due to age, fertility, or genetics. A solution to this issue is Egg Donation. Egg Donation gives woman who can otherwise not have children of their own, the opportunity to have their own children.

What is Egg Donation?

Egg Donation is the process of a woman donating her eggs. These eggs will be fertilized and used to provide another deserving individual or couple with a child. Egg donation exists because many women cannot have children due to the fact that their eggs are not healthy, they no longer produce eggs, or their eggs potentially carry genetic diseases that they wish to avoid.

What is the Egg Donation Process?

The Egg Donation process is straightforward. The first step is the application process. The application lets us learn more about you and determine whether or not you are an ideal candidate for egg donation. From here, we will ask for a photo of you for the intended parents to see on your donor profile. There are certain medical screenings and legal requirements that must be met, but after this your profile can be matched with intended parents and change someone’s life.

Does Egg Donation affect Future Fertility?

Many people want to donate their eggs, but worry about whether or not egg donation will affect future fertility. This is not the case. In very rare circumstances bruising or hemorrhaging of the ovary could occur, but this is an unusual incident. There is also the very small chance of ovarian hyper stimulation, but with medical advances this is a very rare occurrence today.

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