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Jeffry
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The safety of egg donation

Today I would really like to listen to the opinion of well aware people and couples who have already been through the gay surrogacy program...! or, maybe, you are planning this and have already learned a lot of relative information. So, the main subject of the post - is it safe for a woman to donate eggs?! Will she be able to have other eggs in the future..?! Is it a painful procedure?! Lately, I started to consider how much we obliged to women who are doing such thing as egg donation and surrogacy bearing of a baby... thus, would be really glad to hear your opinion and knowledge about it, guys...

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RomioMio
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The safety of egg donation

Good time of te day, Jeffry...! Ohh, I have noticed that you are really very seriously interested in the egg donation, is it so..?! As for the safety of the particular medical procedure - you will see that it is not painful at all! I have a friend, and she has been through it lately, so, it was not painful at all...as for the next question you have left here - yeah, a woman can make another egg donation but there just has to pass the time, something around three of four month (for more detailed and correct information look here -  http://biodads.com that is the BioDads official website). thus, a girl can do this easily...! 

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The safety of egg donation

Woow, you have so so many questions about the only one theme here - the egg donation..I am surprised, honestly..! anyway, speaking about it, I will send you straight away to the official portal of the most remarkable, popular and respectful gay surrogacy clinic -  http://biodads.com just have a look at this one! of course, the real conversation with the doctor will be much much better, but still, on the website, you will the real information of course it is better than asking about the surrogacy program here on the website wink I sincerely do ot kow any information about the egg donation, sorry. 

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JasperJ
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The safety of egg donation

To be honest, that is not very usual for me to hear such kind of conversations...anyway, as for the best way to get to know all details of the egg donation's process, I highly recommend you to check out the website of the Panax center gay surrogacy clinic (here is the link to it http://panaxcenter.comMy main idea for you was to show you that you can easily have the access to the website, thus to arrange the free initial consultation, where, trust me, you will have all necessary fro you answers...believe it or not, but despite the fact, that I have been through it, I have not a clue about the egg donation. 

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CarlosFerro
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The safety of egg donation

I am not very "strong" in such kinds of questions, but, what I think is that it has to be safe, why not..?! the medicine is standing on the high, very high level, that is why I am utterly convinced that all interested women have to be sure in the safety and possibility to make the egg duration...anyway, for more detailed information I suggest you to have a look at this website - http://panaxcenter.com   maybe you have heard about it already...?! I am sure that you did, because the Panax center is a reliable large European gay surrogacy clinic, which provides a nice service...there you can find details about donation too.

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Jeffry
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The safety of egg donation

Good early morning, guys, how are you doing all..?! ohh, shoot, I am taking the part in the wrong discussion... I guess, that it would be really better for me to escape it, but taking into account my possibility to learn more and more new stuff even if I was not meant to, I will tell you one thing. If to ask me whether a woman will be able to have other eggs in the future, I mean, after the first egg donation, I will tell you - YES it is possible.. just have to pass the certain time limit, something around few month, three or so...soi, basically, there is the big possibility to give eggs again and again. It is not harmful. 

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Maurizio San
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The safety of egg donation

Hello to all the guys on this site. This topic interests me, not just now but in the near future, I'm considering the question of surrogate motherhood, and I'm very glad that there were not a few guys who told a lot of useful information that I will take note. Once I was acquainted with a couple, heterosexual, and the girl could not get pregnant in the usual way and to get pregnant they removed the eggs and stored them until fertilization and then put them back in the uterus, something like that. The procedure is simply not pleasant, but several times she was unable to endure the child, although for this she, as well as she was taking special medications and injections, this procedure does not always end with success, as I understand it.

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The safety of egg donation

Dear friends, welcome to this site. I've heard such information that a woman is born with a certain number of eggs, which are a limited number, as they are used she decides. And at the expense of the procedure is not sure, but I expect that now is the age of technology, and experts in this field have found a way to conduct the procedure painlessly. And in the rest I'm not strong in knowledge. If anyone is more interested in such information, I think you can find it directly in the clinic for the surrogate motherhood program.

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The safety of egg donation

You know, your topic is very interresting and I desided t get to know mre information about it and I'e found a very interresting information. I think that it would be very interresting for you to read it. For a long time, biology books have stated that a woman is born with a finite number of eggs – that the production of a woman’s eggs happens entirely in-utero, and ceases before birth. It is usually reported that a woman has 7 million immature eggs when she is in her mother’s womb, and that this number drops to 700,000 by the time she reaches puberty. But recent research has been turning this theory on its head. Scientists have discovered a new type of stem-cell in the human ovary that may point to the possibility of new eggs continually being formed throughout a woman’s reproductive years. Since men are constantly making new sperm (about 1,500 every second!), it shouldn’t be such a stretch to consider that women may be producing new eggs throughout their lives as well. Further research will be able to confirm this new theory, and continue expanding our view of women’s fertility.

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I want to say that surrogacy

I want to say that surrogacy is a good decision. And speaking about the consequences of donation of eggs, I should say that this procedure is very complicated. First, the preparation to the program is carried out with the help of hormonal drugs. Secondly, the selection of eggs is a complex procedure that lasts fifteen or twenty minutes by selecting eggs from follicles using an aspirating needle. It  interferes with the usual rhythm of the life of the female body. Naturally, with an incorrect or negligent attitude to the procedure of donation could be negative consequences, as  from any medical intervention in any organism. It is important to keep calm and confide the proffesional doctors.

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you know, from the strongest

you know, from the strongest hormonal stimulation the whole bouquet of illnesses can develop in the donor's organism. Within ten days you need to take hormones (houmegon, repronex, metrodine, fertinex, diferelin, gonadotropins and lupron), which cause the body to produce many eggs. After that, surgically, they are taken under anesthesia. There are a lot of side effects from such a procedure: swelling, bleeding, infection, headache, frequent mood swings, which often turn into deep depression. But this is nonsense in comparison with the syndrome of ovarian hyperstimulation, which occurs when the body on an industrial scale begins to produce eggs - a woman swells so much that it looks like a bubble. "Surgery itself, when taking eggs, can be dangerous for the health of the donor.

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