Could you do it?
Answer by Mom2Just1 at 8:34 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
Answer by Orionsgirl at 1:18 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
Answer by aliishott2 at 1:20 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
The amount of Medical Procedures and multiple drugs involved and the toll it takes on your body is tremendous. I know from experience. I did IVF from beginning to end twice and it is not a simple task. That is actually the hardest part of IVF. Once the eggs are retrieved all the rest is a breeze. I probably had over 100+ injections of various drugs. The needles range in size from small (the most painful actually) to huge. So this is not something to go into lightly. But if you do choose to do it I commend you but know in advance what is required and what to expect. I personally would not do it just for money.
Answer by Anonymous at 1:23 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
Also there is always a possibility of over stimulation of your ovaries from the drugs. Which I had the first time and my Ovaries swelled to the size of small grapefruits and I literally could not sit down for 2-3 days.You have to have injections in your stomach and backside/hip daily so you'll need someone to administer them for you. Upon the day of egg retrieval, you will be given an IV and anesthesia to put you out. This is all not a walk in the park and requires a lot of work and determination. Thank God after all my effort I did get Pregnant and had a healthy child. I would only do it again to have a child for myself.
Answer by Anonymous at 1:31 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
Answer by xxlilmomma09 at 1:15 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
Answer by MTM at 1:16 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
Answer by Amelia512 at 1:18 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
While it is tempting to sell eggs to earn money, this is something hugely immoral.
The procedure does violence to human dignity and the marriage act: a man and woman are treated as "raw material," as mere sources of sperm and egg which are manipulated by a technician to cause the sperm to fertilize the egg. The marriage act is eliminated, and children are not conceived in an act of love, but are conceived by an act of entitlement. Once the children are engendered through this technical process they are subjected to "quality control," those found "defective" are eliminated. Sure, a little baby may ultimately be born because of this procedure, but many other lives are usually snuffed out in the process.
Donation of eggs also deliberately deprives the children conceived of awareness of his or her own lineage and possible inherited health problems.
Answer by flatlanderjenn at 2:41 PM on Sep. 30, 2010
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