Surrogacy In Canada is the process of a young woman offering her eggs to a barren, sterile couple that desires to have children. This donation is part of 3rd party reproduction, in which a maternity is the goal by in vitro fertilization.
An egg subscriber may be motivated by a number of reasons to donate her eggs. Several egg donors may think that by donating they provide one advantage for another couple. Others may be supporting an infertile couple that they know or determine to donate from another infertility experience. Some donors are attracted to the monetary compensation.
Women that are infertile may need an egg donor for any number of reasons. Sterile couples may need an ovum donor because the female partner cannot have biological children due to the woman eggs being unfertile. Another problem which can cause couples to seek out an ovum donor would be a genetic disorder that the couple would not wish to pass on to their child. Or the woman partner may simply be past her child-bearing years and is unable to conceive because of peri menopause or age-related factors.
Young couples can recruit a subscriber that they know or use an anonymous subscriber. Couples can also choose an egg donor through a database with pictures, personality information, and a family health background about the subscriber. All egg donors are extensively screened for a healthy medical history, and even recruited for potential characteristics such as a high IQ, university education, audio or athletic ability, and beauty. Some donors can gain higher monetary compensation for their services credited to their exceptional capabilities, some clinics even givie exceptional donors the ability to choose their price (up to $15, 000) for his or her time and effort (particularly for ethnic donors that are in high demand). Larger monetary compensation is very common in states such as California, Arizona, and east coast states where Ivy League schools are present.