Deciding To Be An Egg Donor

by Admin on January 12, 2019

Becoming an egg donor is an exciting and important decision that only you can make. Donating your eggs is a special gift you can provide to those who struggle with infertility or can’t conceive naturally. Helping intended parents build their family is so rewarding, yet this comes with a lot of specific criteria and medical protocols that are required. Egg donors are also generously compensated for their services. There are commitments, including time, as well as other screenings that an egg donor needs to adhere to.

If you decide to become an egg donor, the best thing you can do is educate yourself about the process to make sure you are fully on board. You may need to start from the very beginning to learn what egg donation is and how it can help others who want their family to grow. Learning about the medical component of egg donation will shed light about how the process technically works. You may have questions about the procedure itself – like how your eggs will be removed? Or how many eggs will be removed? We recommend writing down all your questions when they come up so that you have all the answers you need. There are great online resources on our website and our specialists can also help answer your questions about egg donation. The more you know, the more comfortable you will be about your decision.

Once you make the decision to be an egg donor, you may want to share the news with your partner, close family or friends. Having a support network is important for your journey to be successful. You may also want to share your feelings and motivations for becoming an egg donor. If you have your support system in place, you are one step ahead of the game.

If you’re ready to be an egg donor, contact Family Creations about options to help others build their family. We can provide information about the process and guide you in the right direction to get you the answers you are searching for. Let Family Creations help your family grow!

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