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Can You Be An Egg Donor And Have Hypothyroid
It appears not: According to information from Egg Donor America (http://www.eggdonoramerica.com/egg_donor_become.php) potential egg donors need to be between ages 18 and 32 and have "no family history of inheritable genetic disorders". I'm sorry. ...Read more
I want to be an egg donor, but I'm on the shot. How long until I get a normal period when I'm off it? How long until I can donate? Are there risks?
Need more info: There are not too many risks to you being an egg donor. The physicians who do this kind or work are very special people and will want to ask you many questions about donating an egg. Just make sure that the physician who you are going to consult has done may of these procedures already. ...Read more
Overview here ...: First you choose either an anonymous egg donor (usually under 30) or a known donor. The donor is tested for egg supply, infections, genetic or psychological issues. When you are ready, the donor receives shots to make multiple eggs then has eggs removed. The eggs are fertilized in the lab with your partner's sperm, grow into embryos, and the best 1-2 embryos are replaced. Any extras can be frozen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: It varies depending on the in vitro fertilization donor program. Some programs limit at 45 and others have a much higher limit. One has to be concerned about diabetes and preeclampsia and high blood pressure along with other medical complications as one is more mature with the pregnancy. ...Read more
Is being egg-donor has any effects on women? What kind of negative effects does egg donation have?
The : The procedure of egg donation is complex and involved. The process involves the following: 1. Synchronization of menstrual cycles for donor and mother using hormonal therapy. This is because ovulation and uterus pregnancy readiness of the mother must be in sync, 2. Daily injections to egg donor to prevent natural egg maturation of the egg donor by using gonadotropin-releasing agonists injections, given daily. This give the physician the ability to control maturation of eggs. So me women will experience side effects such as breast tenderness, abdominal swelling, hot flashes, mood swings and vaginal dryness. Also, bruising at the injection sites. 3. After hormone levels have been suppressed by the first class of drugs, the physician will prescribe another injection, follicle stimulating hormone, which promote multiple eggs to mature, allowing the physician to retrieve several mature eggs at a time. The donor will undergo pelvic ultrasounds to monitor the development of the eggs. Also donors should abstain from sexual intercourse to avoid an unwanted pregnancy. 4.When the eggs are mature enough for retrieval, the donor will undergo a surgical procedure called a transvaginal ultrasound aspiration. This procedure is minimally invasive, and the donor may opt to receive sedation. Talk to your doctor about possible complications associated with this procedure. In summary, the risk to the donor is the side effects associated with hormonal therapy, injection site discomfort, abstinence from sexual intercourse and risks associated with the surgical procedure. Many women experience an emotional side effect as well, talk thoroughly with y our doctor about this decision. ...Read more
What are the potential health risks of repeat IVF cycles? I'm an alturistic egg donor and would like to keep donating but not at my expense
ASRM: Guidlines state no more then 6 donations. We don't know long term outcomes. Although currently there is no obvious health risk besides the procedure itself. Women that donate should go through menopause normally, should be able to have children with any problems. It's a recommendation because we don't know enough. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No Major Known Risk: There are very small risks related tot he removal of eggs. They are extremely small and almost unheard of. There are risks of being overstimulated on medicines, but those risks are temporary and can be minimized. As far as we know there are no long term risks. ...Read more
What's the procedure if i want to try and use one of my own eggs with a amh of 0.1? Iv been told to use an egg donor!
Low AMH: Egg donation would certainly provide you with the highest chance of success. However, since you are young, you can still try to conceive using your eggs via ivf with protocols specifically tailored to your diminishing ovarian reserve. The outcome will also depend on your fsh level. Good luck. ...Read more
I have moderate mr moderate aar with moderate pah ;i m trying IVF with egg donor. Should i go for IVF and what are risk in pregnacy?
Discuss your: Case with your gyn & cardiologist. Best wishes! ...Read more
Help my first IVF was negative. Dr told me that I do not produce enough eggs. That I should consider egg donor. Help!! I'm confused..
IVF: Get a second opinion from another IVF specialist. ...Read more
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