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Can Donating My Eggs Hurt My Fertility?

A common concern that prospective egg donors have is whether or not the egg donation process will put their fertility at risk. This is understandable, considering how much of our understanding of female fertility is closely tied to the number of eggs we have, especially as we get older. However, in the vast majority of…

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Why Are Egg Donor Requirements So Strict?

Applying to become an egg donor is an exciting concept, but the process may not be suitable for everyone. This is because egg donor programs from reputable organizations feature strict requirements that must be met for someone to be accepted into an egg donor program. We understand that these requirements can seem overly specific or…

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5 Factors that Make a Good Egg Donor Candidate

Egg donation is an act that helps build families from all backgrounds. Individuals dealing with infertility, single parents, and same-sex couples all benefit from egg donation – something that was not possible for many previous generations. Becoming an egg donor is a remarkable decision, and your interest in the process alone is admirable.

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How Do Egg Donor Medications Work?

Becoming an egg donor is a complex but rewarding experience, and it’s totally natural to have some questions about what to expect. While your concerns and questions will be thoroughly addressed by the doctors you work with throughout the egg donation process, it’s always helpful to know what to expect ahead of time. For example,…

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Understanding Egg Donor Requirements

For those interested in becoming an egg donor, we thank you for your consideration of our donation program. We understand that those who are new to the world of egg donation will have questions, especially regarding how to gain acceptance into a donor program.

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Surrogacy, Egg Donation, and Endometriosis: Knowing Your Options

If you’ve been diagnosed with endometriosis, know that you are not alone. It’s estimated that about 1 in 10 women suffers from this condition and that an overwhelming majority also face infertility issues. If you are among these women and are hoping to conceive, you and your partner may be considering assisted reproduction. However, because…

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