Selecting an egg donor was initially very overwhelming. I think I looked at all of the profiles and then just put the information away. How do I pick an egg? Should the person physically resemble me as much as possible? Is medical history more important than anything else? Do I care if she is only 22 years old and already has 3 children? Who will my husband think is suitable? The whole notion of selecting an egg donor seemed insane. It was like flipping through a catalog and having to pick the best, but maybe not the "perfect," outfit. Compromises had to be made. But this was the genetic, biological mother of my future child! It was sad and funny all at the same time. This is what it had come to. I remember telling the first reproductive endocrinologist I consulted for infertility that I would never, ever, NEVER, EVER, resort to using a donor egg. Nope. Not me. If we could not be successful with my own eggs, then forget it. I would move on. I wo
Aug 20, 2010 @ 09:45 AM – by SEO Admin
If you are interested in attending one of our free Inferility Awareness Seminars, please contact us at 817-540-7065. For more information, please visit www.fertilityseminardfw.com
Following are some of the details:
August 28th, 2010
Sheraton Fort Worth Center
1701 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, TX. 76102
Parking meters are located around the building.
Valet will also be available.
September 18, 2010
Marriott - Legacy Town Center
7120 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX. 75024
9:00 am - Noon
The Welcome desk will open at 8:30 AM for check-in and the program will begin promptly at 9:00. Free registration for the first 200 participants however seating is limited. We encourage you to look at the "topics" page for information on seminar breakout sessions. We are also offering fr