There are medical facilities you can go to that will take your viable eggs if all of your medical testing comes back healthy. That's a far better way to approach egg donation than on a forum. You will get paid lots of money, too.
I googled it for you.
I found two that look like they could help you decide what to do, or hook you you up with a couple that really needs your help.
I read that some couples will pay up to $10,000 for a viable pregnancy with a donated egg! That's huge!
Good for you for wanting to help someone. Even with getting paid to do so, it's a pretty selfless act.
I do not know much about egg donation. But I think the laws in Canada are different than anywhere else. I am under the impression that it is against the law to be paid for an egg in Canada. It has to be volunteerly done. The couple is responsible for paying any medical costs for the hormone treatment for harvesting of the egg.
I may be wrong, but that is how it was explained to me.
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