Hi everyone ,
I'm 29 y.o. Have a 10 y.o daughter .I had a damage and blocked tubes. Repaired them on Oct 2012. I had 2 IUI no success. My husband and I want to move with IVF but unfortunately we cannot afford. If i go with IVF i know i will have left over eggs , so i was thinking Maybe somebody would be interested purchasing them. Only this way we can afford IVf
Hi! If you were my patient, I would refer you to one of the big IVF centers such as the Infertility Center of St Louis (http://www.infertile.com/index.html or The Center for Human Reproduction (http://www.centerforhumanreprod.com/) There is almost certainly a way that they can help you! Good luck! Dr B
It is actually illegal to sell eggs. You can be compensatforbid your "time" but, cannot sell them. you may want to talk to a donor agency about how to go about moving forward. Or, your clinic my have a program you could work with.
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