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11 years 2 weeks ago #197615 by MissesMom
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Hayley are you wanting to become an Egg Donor, or would you like to use an Egg Donor?

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11 years 2 weeks ago #197597 by MomToChloe
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Hi Missesmom,

Im interested in egg donation, could you please send me the relevant information to hayley.collins@hotmail.com

Thanx

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11 years 3 weeks ago #195754 by gloeiwurmpie
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Most lady friends I have are older than 34. :(

But I never knew about egg donation, only about surrogacy. Now I know and will spread the word!

This website I visited said the recipients pay a donation in the region of R5000 per egg donation. That is good money not to mention the fact you are giving the gift of life. Awesome stuff.

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11 years 3 weeks ago #195750 by MissesMom
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Gloei, if you recommend anyone to our agency we will pay you R500 referal fee once they are loaded on our website.

I can e-mail you some info if you would like.

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11 years 3 weeks ago #195747 by gloeiwurmpie
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Sorry for all the questions.

I found a website that gives all the answers to my questions!

Sadly after age 34 you are no longer able to donate...

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11 years 3 weeks ago #195737 by gloeiwurmpie
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Thanks Rikki,

Is the criteria very strict regarding the donors health, age, weight or factors such as chronic medication taken?

Is there financial compensation involved for the donor?

(I am just asking a whole bunch of questions that I think might be relevant should I spread the word among friends)

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11 years 3 weeks ago #195726 by MissesMom
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Gloeiwurmpie - The procedure is done under anaesthesia so the donor will not be aware of what is going on around her or hear anything. The eggs are removed vaginally by suction so there is NO cutting or stitching or anything like that! The procedure only takes around 15 minutes and in all likelihood she will be at the clinic for a max of 2 hours. They will wake up around half an hour after the procedure, given a snack and something to drink and will be ready to go home.

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