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Becoming a GC after oocyte donation

  1. RICHELLE MEYER
    RICHELLE MEYER

    Hello, I live in California and before having my adorable twin girls, I donated eggs. Now I’d like to be a gestational carrier to help a couple of friends become parents… I want them to be on the bundle of joy I’m currently with my 2 babies… Regardless, I’d like to know if doing this is possible, I mean donating eggs and then being a GC. Thx

    05/29/2016 at 6:30 pm
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  2. Hello RICHELLE,

    yes, not having donated eggs is not a pre-requisite for becoming a gestational carrier in Caifornia, so you’re free to do it. In general, women cannot be egg donors and surrogates at the same time, that is to say, undergoing traditional surrogacy – in which the surrogate is the genetic mother of the unborn child. However, you can become the gestational carrier of a baby conceived using the eggs and sperms from other persons – whether they are the intended parents or donors.

    I hope I have been able to help,

    Best regards

    05/30/2016 at 3:17 pm
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  3. Hello richelle, just to let you know… I’m currently 10 weeks pregnant with a big, healthy surrobaby! I’m planning to do just the other way around… IF is happy and counting the days to see his little bean on an ultrasound scan again!! 😀

    When I give birth to this little one, still have 2 embabies chilling together for after baby M is born!!! I’m seriously considering doing egg donation again, but not just once… I’d like to be a repetitive oocyte donor… God knows if it’ll be possible 🙂

    06/20/2016 at 5:10 pm
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