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    maybeaGYN posted:
    want to donate eggs to give back to the moms that are unlucky to concieve can someone send me some info regarding this surgery the risks and all that good stuff
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    Emma_WebMD_Staff responded:
    The best advice I could give you is to contact an infertility clinic to find out where you can donate your eggs. They would be better able to help you.
     
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    An_250474 responded:
    I agree that contacting an infertility clinic and doctors is the best way to get information on Egg Donation. Here is a website with a list of clinics and doctors in the US.
    http://www.findinfertilitydocs.com


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