Hello, I want to donate my eggs for money. I’m 27 and I’m healthy, no reported diseases, tall and normal BMI. I already have 3 biological children and I don’t know if I can donate my eggs because of that fact, could I do so? Thank u!December 3, 2015 at 7:07 am
Having biological children is not only allowed but also very positive, since it proves you are a fertile woman. This is an added value when it comes to being accepted as an egg donor because there is proof that you produce good-quality eggs, with full capacity of implanting and producing a pregnancy that can be carried to term.
Be it as it may, my recommendation is that you visit a fertility clinic and there they will perform all the necessary tests to prove that you actually qualify to donate your eggs.
Best regardsDecember 15, 2015 at 6:20 pm
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