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    Egg Sharing

    Egg Sharing is a process in which a woman (the sharer or donor or provider) going through IVF treatment (because she needs IVF to get pregnant), elects to give away (donate) half of her eggs to another woman who needs donor eggs because the recipient woman is unable to produce her own

    Egg Donation Process

    • The egg donor gets hormone injections to induce ovulation of multiple eggs. ...
      • Scanning: This takes place after two weeks of time from the consultation. This includes the interaction with the nurse where they will guide with the medications and other consent forms. The first day of the process will involve the scanning and this is done every day until the eggs are collected and shared with the recipient.
      • Collection of Eggs: The process is done around the 12th day of the process from scanning and it is done to the patient in the sedation condition and the collected egg is shared with the recipient or frozen for future purposes. The allocated eggs will be fertilized and embryo transfer is done after a few days.
    Egg Sharing procedure :

    Generally, women need to be 35 or under and have no transmittable diseases or serious, heritable medical conditions. You may need to undergo further health tests before being able to donate your eggs.
    Criteria for Egg Sharing: Women should be around the age of 35 or under it. They should not have any heritable diseases and other serious medical illness. They should have good ovarian reserve levels. Other conditions like body mass index (maximum and minimum values are noted).

    Benefits of Egg Donation for Donors

    • Health screenings. ...
    • Compensation. ...
    • A chance to help another person. ...
    • A chance to preserve one's own eggs. ...
    • A safe and short medical procedure. ...
    • A chance at a healthy pregnancy. ...
    • A chance to choose the donor. ...
    • Flexibility and control over the process

    The cons of egg donation

    • It can be stressful. The whole process does take some time and patience. ...
    • It may cause irreversible physical changes. ...
    • It may cause personal pregnancy. ...
    • It's usually an anonymous process. ...
    • It takes a lot of time and effort