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Women who are in this position need a counselor with whom they can discuss the situation. It is important to listen to third-party opinions as well. In cases where the woman cannot talk things over with a friend or her parents, one way to proceed is to consult an IVF counselor, a psychological counselor who specializes in Egg Donation, or an Egg Donation Agency that cooperates in Many Egg Donation IVF and accepts consultations for counseling.


Generally speaking, a woman will feel a maternal instinct toward the baby that she carried and gave birth to, and love for that child will naturally blossom. However, there are exceptions. Ultimately, it is necessary to give careful thought to whether or not you yourself are capable of raising a child who does not carry your own genes. You must not forget that proceeding to Egg Donation IVF does not represent a solution to your fertility treatment; it only solves the problem of your not having children. Remember that if your partner's sperm is used, his biological tree will be


carried on, but you must put a stop, at least temporarily, to the extension of your own biological tree. If there is no problem with your own eggs, you have the option of searching for a Surrogate Mother. If you have made the decision to forgo using your own eggs, you have the option of proceeding to Egg Donation IVF, but you also have the other choices of Embryo Donation and adoption. You should acquaint yourself with this variety of choices and think it over as a couple before making your decision. Some women, having finally decided to go on to Egg Donation IVF, will limit their donor search to a Proven Donor. They will wait for the Proven Donor, adding their names to her waiting list. This is the answer they arrived at as a couple, but it must not be forgotten that "time" is important in fertility treatment; in fact, it is one of the main points in success.


While you are waiting for a donor, your body is aging and valuable time is passing. Apart from time, another important factor in fertility treatment is communication with your doctor and coordinator. It is important in


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