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We were asked a question about pregnancy when done through an egg donor, not through the normal pregnancy process. It’s a good question, and we would like to
explain one thing first before starting this dialogue.
Who wouldn’t want to have a baby?! Few for reason. Other than that, it is the natural reproduction process for keeping our human race on Earth.
Of course no woman will depend on another woman’s eggs in getting pregnant, unless there was a very good reason for that, and mostly related to health reasons.
Donated eggs are typically fertilized in a laboratory. The resulting embryos are then transferred into the recipient’s uterus using a procedure such as in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Alternatively, some or all of the embryos may be frozen for later use, or some may be transferred to other women.
This type of fertility treatment is generally given to women who cannot use their own eggs for various reasons, such as ovarian failure, to avoid genetic defects, or advanced age.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), egg donation has a relatively high success rate. In 2012, over 55 percent of transfers involving fresh embryos from donor eggs resulted in a live birth.
The pregnancy process is extremely hard one, let alone trying to get pregnant via a donor’s eggs. The procedures are plenty, and the risks are high, although many feel otherwise. But the truth is that any external interference with any natural operation that happen to our bodies is risky!
Just keep that in mind, before deciding to go further with any external conceiving source. Complications will happen, it does not have to be something dangerous or critical, it could be minor.
Please try to educate yourself about this process before going through it. Take more than one specialists opinion. Consult as many resources as you can. Ask all the questions you can think of, it’s a big deal.
We’ll talk more about another interesting question that we have just received from Japan in our next post.
Until then, give me your biggest hug ❤