The most prominent symptoms of PCOS are irregular or missing periods and food cravings.
Since these symptoms are also present in a multitude of other disorders and easily dismissed as consequences of a stressful lifestyle or lack of sleep, PCOS often goes undiagnosed.
Modern medical science has not yet been able to discover the exact PCOS causes, but it is likely that they are rooted in genetics.
You may have heard about egg donation – a cousin or a friend have mentioned an article they were reading – and you’ve decided to do some research as well.
After spending a few evenings digging for information online, you may have found that you are even more baffled than you were original.
No wonder! While the procedure of egg donation itself is not too complicated, it requires a basic understanding of the steps included – and what is being required from you as an egg donor.
If you think of becoming an egg donor, you might feel confused about the whole process and unsure whether you are ready for it. The best way to understand how egg donations happen is to break the process down into separate steps.
You apply to become an egg donor.
We review your application.
If your application is accepted, you make it into our donor database and eventually become selected by intended parents.
Being a parent is not a walk in the park, to begin with. But when it comes to explaining to your child how they arrived into this world, the task appears nothing short of overwhelming and is being dreaded by many parents.
On the other hand, you cannot postpone this fundamental conversation indefinitely, it will take place in one way or the other and you better be prepared for it.