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egg donor who waited 19 years to see the twins she helped create has spoken of her joy at finally meeting them. And the woman who relied on the donated eggs to have children says 'she gave me my life back'. Sylvia Barr had a son from a sperm donor, and decided to donate her eggs in order to give someone else the same joy.
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The internet has been a boon for the infertility industry. Beyond just the ability to immediately disseminate information and educate people on the options available to those struggling with infertility, it brought about a sea change in how couples needing surrogates, egg and sperm donors were able to find their ideal counterpart.
I spent the evening last night finally spending some time reviewing some fertility blogs and websites. I was actually surprised by some of the "promises" that were being made to egg donors in relation to their donation of their eggs to recipient parents. In fact, some claim that the information is shredded once a donation is over and/or their information is not released to other agencies or clinics. I am not really certain how that protects the privacy of the donors in all situations.