Should You Donate Your Eggs?

Egg donation is a medical process that spurs young, healthy women’s ovaries to produce extra eggs, which are then retrieved and made available to other women struggling with infertility. While women can donate eggs to a friend or a family member, women like Martin are typically recruited by fertility clinics or egg donation agencies to join an anonymous donor registry.

Couples seeking healthy eggs, then, select a donor whom they’ll probably never meet but who will, if all goes well, become their child’s biological mom. “You’re giving away something that’s very precious to these recipients,” Martin says. “To them, this is the end of a very long road.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are your qualifications?

I am a double board certified ObGyn and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist. I have worked at a large academic center in academic medicine as a clinician, educator and researcher since 2004.  I am currently a tenured Professor and actively manage patients with high-risk pregnancies.

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