I am perfectly healthy, with no known health conditions. However, my father's side of the family has a history of type 2 diabetes. I tend to take after my mother in almost everything, and show no sign of a risk of diabetes. Can I donate my eggs?
I am an international student and I am not permitted to work during my studies. I am interested in donating my eggs but I imagine that most of the agencies would be by the book. Do you think there are any agencies that would pay under the table?
I'm a 22-year-old college grad who is healthy and in good physical condition, but my mother is very ill with stage 4 lung, brain and bone cancer. She also has diabetes, which was caused by meds. The disease was brought on by her work environment, smoking, and genes. Will her medical history prevent me from being an egg donor?
I'm a 26-year-old mother of a gorgeous one-year-old son. I am very healthy and happy, but 22 years ago I was diagnosed with leukemia. I went into remission one month later. I would like to donate eggs but I've been told that because of my medical history I cannot donate blood. Does this mean I can't donate eggs either? Why leukemia and not other cancers?