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Possible Misconceptions and Myth about Donating Eggs

Egg donation is something that quite a number of people have actually, regardless if they are looking forward to donate or planning on asking for donations and no matter the case, it is quite possible you may have heard quite a number of contradicting statements about it. If you are going to check and look into its overall purpose, this would not be made available to the public if it poses life-threatening situations.

Be sure you will want to check and look into the very specifics we have along just so you will educate yourself about the reality of donating eggs and what to expect. Included in this article will also be common misconceptions that people have about donating eggs.

One of the things that you may possibly have heard of is that this is a painful procedure. A donor, before the donation takes place, will be injected with a follicle to stimulate hormones.

While it is true that these show side-effects that range greatly from headache, cold-like symptoms, as well as upset stomach, these things really are just mild and are not far from being a major threat. The donor will be mildly sedated and there will be no incisions involved in the process, not to mention that it rarely takes more than 15 minutes for the entire process to complete.

Donors even reported only mild side-effects as per the hormones is concerned and nothing really threatening. In fact, OTC or over-the-counter drugs should be enough to suppress such side-effects.

It also has been found that there were claims affecting one’s fertility when donating eggs. Women naturally produce a specific number of eggs per month as they ovulate. The number of eggs donated will only be limited to ho much eggs one could produce on a monthly basis, nothing more. The hormones that donors will take also is similar to that of the natural hormones a donor produces so it really is nothing close to things related to infertility.

There even were claims you may have heard of that donating eggs could pose development of cancer cells. Through the years of study and research, there were no compelling evidences found that lead to development of cancer.

Prior a donor is approved for donating eggs, they will have to pass an initial screening. Some of the things required include having a school diploma, has a BMI or body mass index of lower than 29, around in their 20’s, don’t do drugs or smoke, as well as in good physical and mental condition.