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Key Points to be Taken care off before Choosing an Egg Donor

If you are infertile or suffer from a genetic disease using an egg donor may be your only

way to conceive a child safely. Likewise if you have already reached menopause, but would

like to have a child and don't have any of your own eggs frozen, the only way to become

pregnant is by reversing menopause and using someone else's eggs.

The first thing to consider before doing it is if you are psychologically OK with giving birth

to a child that is not genetically your own. You will have to consider that the child will not

carry your genes and therefore may be different from you both in looks and personality.

This may very well be the case even if you are the genetic mother, but it is still something

you have to think about. If you have a male partner he can be the genetic father of the child

as the eggs will be inseminated through artificial insemination. When a woman is suggested

for egg donation as a process to be able to able to conceive, several thoughts suddenly arise

within the recipient's head as to what she would like and how she is undergoing the

process of Choosing an egg donor and what traits the egg donor should have.

You also have to bear in mind that there are donor registries and your child might be able

to look up potential half-siblings as well as their genetic mother. Usually meeting their

siblings is a positive experience as they establish more family. Only 1% has reported it as

discomforting and this was usually as a result of the parents not agreeing on how the

relationship should be formed.

Raising a child who is not genetically your own also usually includes telling the child about

this. Experts recommend that it is better for the child growing up knowing about it. Usually

explanations start around the age of five, explaining to the child that certain things, like

sperm and eggs, are necessary for a child to be conceived and as mommy and daddy didn't

have the eggs a kind lady gave some.

There is also the risk of an undetected genetic disease or infectious disease to be carried

over with the egg. You also have to trust that the donor gave the correct information about

family history as donors are paid no doubt some

family history - as donors are paid, no doubt some people with dubious morals would

consider lying, but everyone has to go through a psychological test beforehand. HIV will be

tested approximately 30 days before the eggs are transferred and sometimes just before as

well. Still, it is not 100% foolproof.

Other risks include (if you can call it a risk) giving birth to twins or triplets. There is also a

slightly higher risk of pregnancy induced hypertension. Placental pathology is also

something that has a higher risk of happening with these kinds of pregnancies. Other

prenatal complications are comparable to conventional IVF (i.e. IVF without using an egg

donor).

Egg donation can be a great way to have a baby, you just have to make sure you have

researched it properly and are willing to commit to it. There is a lot of information online,

so you have to read that and then consult a doctor. To realize their parenting dream,

couples can take help of a fresh or frozen egg donor database of various egg banks to

choose from wide variety of profiles of egg donors. Their choice of donor is based primarily

on physical attributes or ethical, religious or cultural backgrounds and Frozen Donor Eggs

Cost. Couples who require an egg donor may end up paying a great deal more than the

$12,000 that is common among many clinics. Couples in this case may pay $25,000 to

$30,000 for each cycle. A sperm donor may be much cheaper than using an egg donor, and

may add about $200 to $3,000 to the price of this procedure.

ARTbaby Egg donors assist with egg donation and surrogacy programmes. All egg donors

through ARTbaby Egg donors are thoroughly screened before allocating them to recipients.

Find egg donors that match your profile and are able to help with your fertility. Visit

ARTbaby Egg donor’s artbabyeggdonors.com to Find Egg Donors. Affordable egg donation

programmes with a range of several confirmed egg donors ready to assist you.