One of the most common questions we get here at Bright Expectations, is how to manage a full-time school schedule with the responsibilities of egg donation. While egg donation is one of the quickest ways to make a significant dent in your college loan debt, it is a commitment that requires some planning on your end to make it work. Luckily, we’re here to help you figure it out! Many of our best donors are college students, so we’ve put together this guide to making egg donation work as a full-time student.
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Donating your eggs is a great way to make a little extra income and help a family in need, but requires some preparation on the part of the egg donor. What exactly do you need to do while preparing to donate your eggs?
The Egg Donation Process
It’s best to start preparing to donate before registering with an agency. Preparing early ensures you’re ready to start as soon as you’re accepted. After you complete your registration and are accepted into our exclusive donor database, the first step in the donation process is getting matched with intended parents. When someone chooses you from our database, one of our case managers will get in touch and move the process forward.
Once you’ve been chosen as an egg donor, we’ll bring you in for a series of appointments to make sure you’re healthy and ready to donate. These visits will involve various medical, psychological, genetic, and, of course, fertility screenings.
When you’re cleared by our medical team, you’ll start on birth control pills to sync up with the cycle of the egg recipient. As you get closer to the egg retrieval date, our doctors will start you on a series of hormone injections that will promote ovulation. During the course of these injections, we’ll determine when the best time to retrieve your eggs is. Once the egg retrieval operation is finished, your part in the process is complete.
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If you are a woman between the ages of 20 and 30 with student loan debt, you may have a source of income that you haven’t thought of. Becoming an egg donor for those wishing to start families and unable to do so on their own can help both the aspiring family and you.
Higher education costs have skyrocketed. Students and graduates are facing loans that may take decades to pay off. If you can knock some of those payments out now, you will pay less in interest due to the shortened life of the loan and take some of the stress out of your life.
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