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the "ED" acronym- ready for egg donation yet?

Postby unexplained infertility » Mon Mar 10, 2014 4:49 pm

Hello all intended parents! I just wanted to share my story on egg donation. The whole infertility was a road through hell, the decision on egg donation was not easy, but we used a wonderful egg donation agency- https://firstsmileeggdonation.com, they are very knowledgeable, full of empathy, and helped us through A LOT. They gave us a list of mental specialists, list of support groups so that we can have somebody to talk to about our doubts, somebody who would understand what we are going through. We were also lucky to find a wonderful donor in their database and are happy to announce that we have super healthy twin girls! Had I known egg donation can be so easy, I would have decided on it sooner. It was broken down into small single steps, did not seem so intimidating. I just wish all of you intended parents who suffer from poor egg quality, or endo, or anything else that egg donor could help you, will make the decision on egg donation sooner rather than later. Because if we decided after 1 or 2 failed IVFs, and not after 6 (!!!) it would have saved us a lot of time and $$$, but first of all, we would have been able to experience parenthood much sooner. It is a such a blessing! I am thrilled with joy!
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Re: the "ED" acronym- ready for egg donation yet?

Postby mariamaria » Thu Mar 20, 2014 5:59 pm

I am new to the forum and very lost at the moment. Unexplained, I have just replied to your other post. I also used First Smile as my agency. I really liked working with them. My fresh DE did not work, now getting ready for FET with DE ( we have 7 left). Anybody out there getting ready for egg donation in April or in any near future? Maybe some company would help :)
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