Using An Egg Donor Expands Your Options
Women today are living longer, healthier lives than ever before, and the urge to have a family to share it with is greater than ever.
Fertility is impacted by many factors. It is more than just a choice dictated by situation. If genetics, hormones or something else has made getting pregnant difficult; however, it doesn’t mean you can’t carry a baby. Science has made it possible for anyone who chooses to be a parent to have the opportunity. Now, with the legalization of same sex marriage, options for children have become even more important. For those who know they want to start a family, or extend an existing one, egg donation may be the right option.
If Any of These Apply, Talk To Us About Egg Donor Options:
- Previously Unsuccessful IVF Attempts – when poor egg quality is suspected
- Repeated Miscarriages – caused by embryo issues
- Premature Ovarian Failure (POF) – early Menopause
- Diminished Ovarian Reserve – low quality eggs
- Genetically Transmittable Diseases or Abnormalities – things you could pass to your child
When it comes to using donor eggs we are not limited by traditional fertility issues of your biological clock. The female body is still ready to give birth even though it cannot produce viable eggs. That’s where donors come in. Age does not typically affect the pregnancy rates when using a donor. Close to 8,000 babies are born each year as a result of egg donations to women over 45.
Our agency can help you with the process by providing anonymous, meticulously screened donors and help you through the process with your clinic. Our registry provides detailed information about the medical history, background, and education of our donors.