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The infertility diagnosis is always hard to take no matter your age or marital status. The decision to have IVF (egg donation) can be difficult as well, but it definitely gives you hope of getting pregnant and giving birth to a healthy baby. Many infertile couples face the choice of using donor eggs and have a baby or live their life childless (or perhaps adopt). Let’s not forget about those couples who are carriers of serious genetic diseases and for whom egg donation is the only solution to have a disease-free child.
In order to be able to make an informed decision, do some Internet research on the topic. There is a plethora of fertility blogs and vlogs where women describe their IVF egg donation journey, embryo transfers, pregnancy and birth. Read interviews with egg donors – you will get an idea about the motives of women who decide to share their eggs to help others. Finally, find a reliable database of IVF clinics where you can compare success rates and cost of IVF with donor eggs in various clinics. This way you will have the whole picture and it will be easier for you make an informed decision. Once you set your main goal (getting pregnant with donor eggs) the price may not be a factor for you.