If you had told me a few years ago that I’d be a second time egg donor, well I probably would have laughed. This world never crossed my mind, until I discovered very infertile women. They opened my eyes and heart to a pain I had no idea existed, and I wanted to help them. I decided to continue the cycle and donate to someone needing help. I wondered about donating eggs to a stranger and found that information here: baby2@mom.
I won’t pretend that the cycle was a piece of cake for me, but that’s because I have a serious fear of needles and that’s 100% a personal problem. The blood draws, ultrasounds and shots given in the abdomen became easier and the closer I got to my retrieval date, I genuinely became excited. I knew the intended parents had been waitinglong time for this, and I was potentially about to change the course of their lives…forever. That excited me more than anything else I’ve done with my life and it’s something I hope we can all experience in our lives, in some way. The cycle went beautifully, and she is pregnant ?
Each cycle becomes more and more special to me. It’s more than just donating eggs.. It’s given me a deep sense of purpose in my life. I may not go on to cure cancer or win a Nobel peace prize in my life, but I’ve helped create a life for a family. I am so proud of this journey I’ve taken with so many families and hope to continue as long as I am able.