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When you become an egg donor, you are giving a lot more than your eggs: you are giving hope to childless individuals who want to start a family. It is not a simple process, yet for many women it has been a very rewarding one. Knowing that you have helped someone who wanted a child but could not have one is something to be very proud of.

Some women are capable of becoming pregnant, but they are unable to produce their own healthy eggs. When you become an egg donor and are matched with a recipient, your egg or eggs will be fertilized in-vitro and then implanted into either a surrogate mother or the intended mother. At Intended Parents, Inc., we take care of all the legal and medical arrangements, so that the egg donation process can be as stress-free as possible.

Understanding What's Involved When You Become an Egg Donor

To help you educate yourself on the process, we have included a wealth of information about all aspects of egg donation on our website. From how it works to who is eligible to what happens with your eggs after they have been donated--we encourage you to read it all before you become an egg donor.

Should you decide to become an egg donor, you will be able to choose between anonymous donation and a few other programs. Whether or not you disclose your identity to the recipients is entirely up to you. To find out more about our program, please call Intended Parents, Inc. at 732-526-7013, click here to contact us.

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