In its most basic terms, the process of egg donation is a fairly easy one to understand: a woman—the “donor”— furnishes one or more of her eggs to permit another woman—the “intended parent” or “recipient”—to conceive through in vitro fertilisation.
Though simple in concept, egg donation is nevertheless significant in its ability to provide a viable solution to those looking to bear a child of their own, but who could not otherwise do so. Women, whose quantitative and qualitative production of eggs has been negated—whether by nature, age, or injury—may well find remedy through this technique.
Perhaps one of the most critical steps for the intended parent, in the course of egg donation, is that of the donor selection process. Since the child will not share in the specific genetic makeup of the recipient, it is often preferable, for the sake of both mother and child, to find a donor whose physical traits mirror those carried or desired by the recipient, as much as possible.
As such, it is imperative that the agency or clinic one decides upon has access to a sufficiently extensive selection of potential donors to be able to fulfil those requirements. If that facility can offer a guaranteed match, according to height, weight, eye and hair colour, and blood type, so much the better.
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