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What is Embryo Donation?
When a couple undergoes IVF treatment, a number of eggs are artificially fertilized. Since as many as 20 eggs may be collected from a woman, multiple embryos are likely to develop, yet only a few will be transferred back to a woman for implantation. The remaining embryos are usually frozen for later use. However, not all couples go on to use their embryos for another pregnancy. As a result, couples may decided whether they would like to have their embryos destroyed, as they can only be frozen for so long; if they would like to donate the embryos to research; or to donate the embryos to another couple who cannot conceive on their own. Alternatively, embryo donation may occur through embryo creation. This is when an infertile couple uses donor eggs and donor sperm to create an embryo. As with a donated embryo, this embryo will not be biologically related to you or your partner.
What does it cost to register on Wombs Waiting & Wombs Wanted website?
There is NO charge for donors (Wombs Wanted)wishing to post a profile or to view the profiles of recipients.
There is NO charge for recipients (Wombs Wanted) wishing to post a profile or to view the profiles of recipients.
Do you accept donations?
Yes, we accept donations. Donations will aid us in advertising for donors and maintenance of our website. To make a donation, please select the link "Donations" on any of our web pages. Wombs Waiting and Wombs Wanted is a for profit company.
Do I need to become a member of Wombs Waiting & Wombs Wanted before I can contact donors or recipients with profiles on your website?
Yes, registration is required for all donors and recipients in order to receive contact information regarding member profiles.
I registered for a recipient membership now what?
Start reviewing donor profiles on the Wombs Wanted Profiles tab and start looking for your embryo donor. Once you find a profile that you are interested in, send us an email with the profile number and you should expect to receive an email from us letting you know the profile contact information within 48-72 hours of receipt of your request. Please do not be discouraged if there are not many profiles under Wombs Wanted. Most donors may not post a profile, but rather just read through recipient profiles until they feel they have found a match.
How do I post my profile on Wombs Waiting & Wombs Wanted website?
To post a profile you must first register directly with Wombs Waiting & Wombs Wanted. Your profile will be posted usually within 48-72 hours once it has been reviewed by us.
How do I contact a donor or recipient of an ad/profile?
Once you find a profile that you are interested in, send us an email with the profile number and you should expect to receive an email from us letting you know the profile contact information usually within 48-72 hours of receipt of your request.
Can I edit my ad/profile?
Yes. Simply email us your profile number and name, the changes you want and we will be happy to change it for you.
For Donor changes please Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Recipient changes please Email: email@example.com
Can I add a picture to my profile, even though it has already been posted?
Yes. Simply email us your profile number and name, along with your picture saved as a JPEG. Your picture will post usually within 48-72 hours of receipt of your request.
I am a Recipient, do I need to post a profile in order to be matched?
Recipients are required at the time of registration to submit a profile to be posted. Here is why.
Our donors will want the chance to familiarize themselves with you before contact. Having a profile posted on our Wombs Waiting page only improves your chances of making a match. Most donors may not post a profile, but rather just read through recipient profiles until they feel they have found a match.
Remember, a profile only increases your way to a happy and beautiful new journey.