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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnysky View Post
    Hello Jessica! I'm so sorry you faced such diagnosis in such a young age. You are right! The only thing, which stops women from using donor eggs, is understanding that their baby will be not related to them. I should say thinking about this was driving me crazy. When I read about women experience and how they are happy after using donor egg I feel more confident in this procedure. They say they don't feel their baby is from a donor or something like that. And this is the most important to feel that baby is yours and only yours.

    Thank you so much for sharing this research with us! I've never heard about it. I think this research changes everything! It will help women like us to forget about all doubts for sure! Do you have a link for the research you’ve mentioned? I would like to read more about it. I'm really grateful for your reply because you made me to look at the whole procedure even more positively!

    How is your search going? Do you know in which country you will have de ivf? I'm still in search though I decided to concentrate on European clinics. I should say I am nervous a bit. I will turn 45 a very soon. As you might know all countries have their own age limits for the procedure. For me it's much harder to find suitable clinic. Still there are some options so I will dig more to find the best one. I wish you best of luck! It would be really nice if you continue to share updates of your search.
    Thank you for support Hally! I'm currently looking for information on different countries and their clinic. I want to compare success rates, prices and services. So then it will be easier to choose. I'm not sure yet but we are also looking more into Europe. Clinics there have lower prices. The thing is that reviews are so controversial... I think we need more time to pick the right one. I will definitely keep posting! I wish you good luck with your search.
    Here is the link Sorry we could not find the page you were looking for. | Daily Mail Online . Actually it's just one of dozens I found. This was more informative I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViktoriA View Post
    Thank you Jess! I believe this information will definitely help many women here to mentally accept the idea of using eggs of a donor. I think that such communities really help to go through infertility struggles. No one can understand us batter then women who faced problems in trying to conceive. I'm glad that my experience can help someone in their journey. I will keep posting! And if you have any questions please feel free to ask. I'm always ready to talk and help. I will share more information and answer your questions in your thread. I wish you best of luck with your search and of course good luck with your upcoming procedure!
    I also have hope that this research will be spreading more on forums. So other girls could see it. And it will make the whole de situation easier for them to accept. I'm so happy I came here! I receive so much support. Here I found information which is so helpful in my search. And of course people here are so kind and supportive! All of you give me strength and hope.

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    Hi Jessica, happy to hear about that! A friend of mine who is 38 could not get pregnant. She went abroad to Ukraine to the ivf clinic Intersono. Their advantage is a big amount of their own donors at around 450. Other clinics are cooperating with agencies who provide them with donors. Also their online service of donor selection is very convenient. She had 7 days of free access to their online donor catalog and were also assisted by their coordinator in donor selection.

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    Infertility increases with age, and while there are many reasons why couples have a hard time conceiving, one important contribution is the quality of the woman’s eggs. Because women are born with all of the eggs they use throughout their lifetime, the older the eggs are, the more vulnerable they are to developing genetic and other abnormalities that make them weaker candidates for getting fertilized by sperm and developing into a healthy baby. Egg donation carries the same risks as in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer and there is a 20-25% chance that the pregnancy will involve multiples. The success rate will vary depending upon age of eggs, retrieval process, quality of semen, and the overall health of the women involved. In most cases, younger eggs are preferable. The reality is that any woman desiring to become pregnant has the option of pursuing donor eggs. Unfortunately, the majority of women who use donor eggs have significantly diminished egg quality. If the donor knows the couple, the donor may wish to receive updates once the child is born or may even request visits. I had a friend who went through egg donation in Bio tex clinic and luckily the results came back positive.

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    I guess the same risks you are having when you are trying to conceive in a natural way too. In your post you are mentioning about receiving updates once child is born or even request visits. You are touching here a a point of a human rights. I am gessing thta there should be still a contact that inclues all these points. Did not hear anything about Bio Tex clinic. Could you gime more insights?

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