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Coping with a fertility issue is hard at any age – but imagine being told that you’re unlikely to conceive when you are still in your teens or early 20s?
Sadly this can happen to women who are affected by premature menopause, when the ovaries spontaneously stop working much earlier than they should. Premature menopause is one of the most common reasons why egg donors are needed, especially for younger women.
By donating your eggs, you could help someone who has experienced the distress of early and sudden fertility loss to still have children.
Why be an egg donor?
Being an egg donor is one of the most amazing and selfless things you can do. That’s why all Manchester Donors egg donors receive only the best expert care and experience, in recognition of the gift you are giving.
You can look forward to:
Reasons why women need egg donors
Infertility affects around one in seven UK couples, and at Manchester Donors we help women who need donor eggs for all sorts of reasons.
Your donated eggs could be used to help someone to have a family because of:
Egg donor eligibility: Can you be an egg donor?
Because of the very special nature of egg donation, if you’d like to donate eggs you need to meet certain health requirements. This is so the person using your eggs has the best chance of pregnancy.
If you’d like to apply to be an egg donor, our criteria includes:
Our expert team will arrange all the necessary tests and screening that you need, to check that you’re able to donate your eggs.
How to be an egg donor: Apply online
It’s easy to be an egg donor with Manchester Donors. Complete our simple and quick initial application form online – we only need to know a few basic details for now – and we will contact you to make an initial appointment.
There are also lots of different ways to get in touch with our team if you have any questions or would like more information about egg donation.
Just call us on 0161 300 2734, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
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