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At Intended Parents, Inc., our goal is to unite intended parents with egg donors and surrogate mothers. As an egg donor, you are a valued part of the team. Before working with our agency or joining any other egg donor programs, it is vitally important that you understand everything there is to know about the process.

Although each one is a little different, all egg donor programs have certain processes in common. Screening is the first step in any reputable program; potential donors will be checked for suitability both physically and psychologically. Once a woman is chosen to be a donor, she will be given fertility drugs which will cause her ovaries to produce several eggs at the same time. Frequent visits to the doctor are a large part of the egg donor experience.

What You Need to Know about Egg Donor Programs

A minor surgical procedure is required to retrieve the eggs from the donor's ovaries. After this is completed, the donor's portion of the surrogacy program is finished. Potential donors need to know that they have no legal rights or responsibilities regarding any children that are born as a result of their egg donation.

At Intended Parents, Inc., we take care of all the medical, legal, and financial arrangements in our egg donor and surrogacy programs. We treat all parties with respect, compassion, and discretion. If you would like to learn more about becoming a donor or a surrogate, please call us at 732-526-7013, click here to contact us.

 

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