Steps to becoming an egg donor
A guest post written by Mel
Whether you’ve already made the choice to donate your eggs for the cash, to help out a family in need, or, most likely, for both of these reasons, or you’re still debating whether or not becoming an egg donor is the right choice for you, the following list will be extremely helpful to you.
So just how do you become an egg donor? You must first meet the following minimum qualifications:
-between the ages of 18 and 34
-physically and psychologically healthy
-have regular menstrual cycle
-not using contraceptive implants as birth control
-have both ovaries
-no history of substance abuse
-no family history of genetic disorders
If you meet those requirements, keep in mind that you must also be willing to avoid use of psychoactive drugs, willing to take injections, and be a dependable donor who is able to keep scheduled appointments.
It is also important to keep in mind that each egg donation center has their own set of qualifications as well. If you meet all of the general and specific requirements of an egg donation center, the next step is to apply and an interview is scheduled. If you pass all medical and psychological screenings and your interview goes well, you will be asked to take part in the program. Of course, this is only the beginning! It is also just as important to be aware of the egg donation process before applying. Once you’ve checked out a bunch of reliable sources and find that becoming an egg donor is, in fact, the right choice for you click the following link to become an egg donor today.