Egg Donation Can Help People Start a Family When Other Methods Fail
Egg donation is one method prospective parents could consider when other fertilization methods are not working. This method involves collecting viable eggs from a donor and using the father’s sperm to fertilize the eggs. Once the eggs are fertilized, the embryos are inserted into the mother using in vitro fertilization processes. During this process there is often more than one egg inserted. As a result, it is possible for the mother to become pregnant and carry more than one baby to term. Happy Endings Are Possible for Prospective Parents Using Egg Donation Using egg donation methods can lead to happy endings for our prospective parents. For instance, in February of this year, one of our clients gave birth to healthy baby twins. The birth of the twins was the direct result of the parents deciding to use donated eggs to start their family. The babies were born at 35 ½ weeks gestation. The first twin weighed 5 pounds 15 ounces and the second twin weighed 5 pounds and 4 ounces.
Decide on the Type of Donor You Want When Selecting an Egg Donor Agency
There are specific things you should look for when selecting an egg donor agency. Picking the agency you want to work with involves deciding what type of donor you want to find. For example, if you want a donor who is athletic and well educated you will want to consider using our services. We use a detailed process to find suitable donors that meet our requirements to provide you with some of the best donors possible. It Is Free to Search for Potential Donors Provided by an Egg Donor Agency Registering with an egg donor agency grants you access to search through donor profiles to find potential candidates. There are no upfront fees you have to pay during your search process. Payment for fees related to the donor collection procedure does not start until after you have found your donor match and the necessary contracts and paperwork are completed.
Using Egg Donor IVF Procedures Require Finding a Donor
In order to complete egg donor IVF procedures you have to start by finding a suitable donor. Donors have to go through an application process in order to be selected as suitable candidates. Once a match is made and confirmed, the donor goes through a series of medical evaluations and tests to ensure she is able to provide you with viable eggs. Once her medical status is confirmed, she will begin her egg donation cycle. An Egg Donation Cycle Takes about Six Weeks before Egg Donor IVF Procedures Occur The complete egg donation cycle used with egg donor IVF procedures takes about six weeks before the retrieval process is scheduled. During the last three weeks of the cycle, your donor is required to take a series of medications which are used to stimulate egg maturation. A few days before the actual retrieval process, depending upon your decision, either the donor or you will travel to the location of the IVF clinic. After the eggs are collected from your donor, they are fertilized and transferred to your uterus.
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The Amount of Information Prospective Parents See in an Egg Donor Database Depends on the Donor
The information about potential egg donors is contained in an egg donor database. The amount of details prospective parents are able to see and obtain is partially up to the donor. Some donors wish to remain anonymous during the entire donor process which is their right. In cases where donor wants to have her identity hidden only pertinent information is provided to people wanting to start a family, such as her educational background, hobbies, and physical activities. In Order to Access an Egg Donor Database You Must Register First The first step to starting a family using donor eggs is to find a potential match by searching through an egg donor database. You can register to gain access to the database for free by completing the registration form. Once your information has been verified you will be sent an email confirming your approval. After approved you are able to start searching the database to find your match. To make your search easier you have the option to provide information about the donor characteristics you desire during the registration process.
Some Women May Require Egg Donations in Order to Become Pregnant
There are different ways in which a woman is able to become pregnant when she wants to start a family. For a large majority of women this process is just a matter becoming pregnant using traditional methods with their spouse or loved one. For other women, the problem might be a bit more complicated for various reasons. A woman may need to find a sperm donor if she is single and wants a child. She could also have problems where her eggs are not viable enough to be fertilized. In this situation she is able to use egg donations from an egg donor. The eggs she receives from the donor are fertilized using sperm from her spouse, loved one, or from a sperm donor. Parents May Want More Children after Successful Pregnancies from Egg Donations Parents who have had a successful pregnancy using egg donations may want to have additional children. During the collection process extra eggs are often collected which can be frozen and used for future conception. In situations where the extra eggs are no longer available parents have a few options. They are able to see if the egg donor they used is still participating in the program and use her to obtain more eggs. If the previous donor is no longer available, the other option is to find a new egg donor.
The Egg Donor Process Is Not Always a Quick and Fast Process
Some people might have misconceptions about the egg donor process. They could believe you register, become a donor, go in and donate your eggs and everything is completed in a relatively short period of time. However, this is inaccurate and not a correct assessment of how this process actually works. Initially, you do apply to be a donor and go through a qualification and interview process. Once accepted as a donor you then complete a donor profile to assist in matching you with prospective parents. It can take several months before a match is made. The Actual Egg Donor Process Is Performed After You Have Been Matched After you have been matched with a prospective parent, the next step is to undergo a medical evaluation to determine the best time to start your cycle for the egg collection. During this time you have to be available for medical appointments, as well as the actual egg donor process. You may even have to travel out of town to the recipient’s location to complete the egg collection. It is at the end of the cycle when the eggs are collected and donated to the recipient.
Our Egg Donors are Double Booked!
Author: Jessica Rutzick
All of our egg donors are fabulous, and our intended parents are recognizing that by double-booking their matched donor for more than one cycle. By having your matched egg donor go through two donation cycles, intended parents are more likely to have a sufficient number of embryos to freeze and grow their families with genetic siblings sharing the same donor. Some of our donors are matching with different families and are booked for donation cycles through the summer. Find your perfect egg donor today.
Couples Having Problems Starting a Family on Their Own May Use Donor Eggs
Prospective parents might become frustrated when they are having problems starting a family. Sometimes a woman’s own eggs are not viable for one reason or another where they can be fertilized and turned into embryos. One option couples consider is using donor eggs as a method for starting their families. The man’s sperm is used to fertilize the eggs collected from the donor using in vitro fertilization methods. What Happens to My Donor Eggs After They Have Been Collected? After your donor eggs are collected, they are turned into viable embryos for the recipient and inserted using in vitro fertilization. Oftentimes extra eggs are during the donor collection process and what happens to them is entirely up to the recipient, not the donor. This is because all of the eggs are fertilized using sperm and turned into embryos. The recipient may decide to have the eggs frozen for a future process, donated for clinical research or destroyed.
Egg Donors Have Their Own Reasons for Becoming a Donor
Egg donors have various reasons why they took the time to become a donor. For instance, one young woman may decide to participate in this program in order to earn some extra money to help pay off her student loans from her graduate program. A young lady might have been conceived from a donor egg herself and she simply wants to repay the favor of life to another couple or individual. Regardless of her reasons, donors are able to help people who are having a difficult time starting a family using traditional methods Prospective Parents Can Find Healthy and Intelligent Egg Donors Egg donors have to meet certain requirements in order to participate in this program. Young women have to be healthy, meet age requirements and have completed or are in process of their graduate degree. The reason we have these qualifications is to help prospective parents find young donors who are intelligent and are concerned about maintaining healthy lifestyles through proper diet and exercise.