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Have you ever wanted to donate your eggs or sperm to some poor family having trouble getting pregnant? Or maybe you need the money! Come to Dead End Memorial Hospital today and donate your eggs or sperm to our clinic and help some family with their infertility issues!

What's involved?

If you apply to become an egg donor you may have several medical visits before you are accepted. These visits will include a physical and gynecological exam, a medical and family history, blood and urine tests, and a psychological evaluation. You will also discuss your rights and responsibilities with a program representative. A donation will not occur unless you are accepted, matched with a woman who will receive your eggs, and give your consent.

Using donated eggs to establish a pregnancy involves in vitro fertilization (IVF). First, you will take a series of fertility drugs (some of which must be injected) to stimulate your ovaries to produce many eggs at one time. While using the drugs, you will have frequent medical tests. Removing the eggs from your ovaries involves a minor surgical procedure. After you recover from egg retrieval, your part of the treatment cycle is finished.

Your eggs will then be mixed with sperm from the intended father in the clinic's laboratory. If embryos result, they will be grown in a lab dish before one or more are transferred into the uterus of the recipient. If she becomes pregnant and delivers a child, she will be the birth mother and legal mother of that child even though the child will be genetically related to you.

For Men:

Eligibility
A prospective donor must be between the ages of 18 and 35, a current college student or graduate, in good health and be from a low risk AIDS group. You are asked to provide personal and family health information on parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts and uncles, so you must know your biological parents/grandparents and have no family history of genetic disease.

Screening
Before you are accepted into our program you must first pass the steps necessary for qualification. They are:

Complete the on-line Donor Pre-Screening Questionnaire. Please click on the link to the left to complete the Donor Pre-Screening Questionnaire.
Once we receive the Donor Pre-Screening Questionnaire we will contact you to set up your initial appointment.
At your initial appointment you will need to fill out a personal and family health history. We will also conduct an interview and do a semen evaluation.
Second semen evaluation (done one week later).
Third semen evaluation (done one week later).
If you pass the first five steps you are given a complete physical at which time we screen for all sexually transmitted diseases including HIV. If you pass this step you are accepted into the donor program.

Payment
Donors who qualify for the program will be compensated for their time; however, donors are not paid during the qualifying process.

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