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  • LovelyWoman 01-31-17 | 10:19 AM
  • Hi, ladies. I have also to experience ED soon. I’m a healthy woman, but I have a bad heredity. In order to give birth to a healthy child, we plan to use donor’s eggs. However, we haven’t chosen a donor soon. We’ve contacted a fertility clinic, filled in the blank where we specified who would suit us as a donor and they gave us several profiles to read. We could see the donors’ photos in their early childhood. How did they find an egg donor for you, JSatr?
  • JStar 02-09-17 | 11:24 AM
  • Hi, LovelyWoman. Nice to meet you, dear! The thing is we’ve passed the clinic’s representatives a short description of the woman who would suit us as an egg donor. We pointed out her height, weight, the hair, and eyes color. Our program manager told us that they would use a special software to find an appropriate candidate. I don’t think we would be able to meet this woman. But if we sign up a contract with them, we’ll be able to see the donor’s 3D photo.
  • LovelyWoman 02-13-17 | 08:08 AM
  • Sounds great! At least you’ll be able to see the woman whose eggs you’re going to donate. It’s really great. Hun, will they charge any additional fees for this opportunity. As far as I know, some clinics do this. My close friend used to cycle in Spain. The clinic was ok, but the fertility specialist who was in charge of their program started to ask them do loads of tests. This made the final sum really huge one. I recommend you to read the contract attentively, before you’re going to sign it up. Or, maybe, it’s better to consult an attorney.
  • JStar 02-17-17 | 05:35 AM
  • I don’t think they would charge any additional fees from us. We have to sign up a contract with the clinic. According to this contract, the clinic will charge a fixed sum. This sum will be divided into several installments as we’re going to book several shots. The payment may be made either in cash or via a bank transfer. However, the clinic may fine you if you don’t do medical tests on time. Do you think it’s fair?
  • Mollythegirl 02-23-17 | 11:06 AM
  • I think it’s quite ok to fine the patients. When you start dealing with the fertility clinic, you always have to sign up a contract. I would advise you to be very attentive while reading this contract. Imagine, the clinic finds a woman who would agree to donate her eggs. She takes special medications to make her ovaries ovulate. It’s not like taking simple vitamins, these medications do influence on her health!!! Suddenly, you don’t come for an embroys transfer!!! Sounds not good!!!
    P.S. Dear, will you use fresh or frozen eggs for your ED program???