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both General IVF and Egg Donation IVF that you keep your physician and coordinator apprised of your physical and mental condition and any problem points in a clear and timely manner while proceeding with the treatment. Communicating with a greater number of specialists creates more time for you to think things over as a couple as well, and it helps to clarify your options when moving on to the next step. Searching for an Egg Donor is not a simple matter. You must not forget that there are many risks involved for the Egg Donor as well. The Egg Donor must take medications to regulate the hormones in her body, and she must be anesthetized when the egg is being collected. She will be bound by the contract for a long period of time. Some Egg Donors suffer from side effects after collection of the eggs. The Egg Donor's biological tree will also branch out in a different direction.


You should give careful thought to the Egg Donor's situation. Even if you have a cooperative Egg Donor, you will also need to consider what is important to the


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Recipient in terms of facial features, personality, academic history, medical history, etc. Should the donor remain anonymous or not? Will she someday meet with the child who is to be born? You will need to consider what is important to both the Recipient and the child. If you wish the donor to remain anonymous, it is a good idea to carry out a simulation of how you will reply to your child if he or she says in the future that s/he wants to meet the Biological Parent. Many people want to raise their child without telling the child that s/he was born with the help of an Egg Donor. The things that are most crucial in fertility treatment are "time" and "communication" with your doctor, coordinator, partner, and other important people. As long as you always keep this in mind, chances are high that you will find answers to these issues that everyone involved can accept.


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