reproductive health


Question by  amitza (16)

What is the process of donating eggs?

I would like to earn some money by donating some of my eggs to science, how do you do this.


Answer by  bunnygirl (779)

First, you will go through a screening process. The place you are donating to will have criteria for you to follow. You cannot have had sex before donation, you cannot have any diseases, etc. Your health will be monitored before your eggs are harvested for use.


Answer by  thelostone (1457)

Donating your eggs to science doesn't make you any money. Hence the donating part. Selling your eggs to a needy couple makes you money, but it's illegal in most states.


Answer by  wennifred (597)

You would go to a fertility clinic and undergo a series of background and health checks. Once you are accepted into the program you will be matched with someone who wants donor eggs (usually anonymously), and then undergo the beginning part of IVF. This involves injections and ultrasound monitoring, then egg retrieval using a long needle just prior to ovulation.


Answer by  Angela17 (697)

Egg donors have to be very healthy and between the ages of, which may vary, 21 and 34. There are many tests that need to be taken. Mental and physical. You can do this by applying online. You can get all the inforamtion you need on google. com


Answer by  naturalmom (211)

Your first step in donating eggs would be to find a reputable company to purchase them. Ask for references and you will be asked to provide some also. One you are with a company, you will go through a medical screening and a series of hormone shots.


Answer by  nopenope (43)

To find an accredited clinic to donate eggs to, it is best to first consult with your obstetrician/gynecologist to seek medical advice on the procedure.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

In order to donate eggs you must first undergo extensive testing of both your medical condition and psychological condition. Once you have passed this the process will begin, you will have to give yourself shots daily and will be monitored by the doctor during this time.


Answer by  cashian (376)

A healthy woman between the ages of 21 and 30 are usually eligible to donate their eggs. Health screenings are conducted and the woman must meet height weight requirements.


Answer by  Aya (797)

You will need to sign up with an agency in your area and fill out some extensive surveys; then you'll talk with a representative from the company. Next, you go on file to see if a mother will select you; then there are doctors visits, injections, and lots of travel.

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