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Using an Egg Donor in Michigan
There are 10 fertility clinics located in cities across Michigan, and many of these work with egg donors. According to the 2011 Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, which is published by the CDC, there were 385 total egg donor cycles performed in the state, including 199 fresh and 186 frozen.
What Is Egg Donation?
In egg donation, a woman will donate her healthy, viable eggs to a woman who can’t conceive due to the quality of her eggs, such as if she suffers from premature ovarian failure or a diminished ovarian reserve.
You can choose to ask someone you know to serve as an egg donor, like a friend or family member. This would be called using a known egg donor. If you don’t feel comfortable asking someone you know to serve in this capacity, you may want to use an anonymous egg donor. You can be matched with an anonymous egg donor through a fertility clinic or an egg donor agency.
Finding an Egg Donor in Michigan
There are many fertility clinics in Michigan that work with egg donors, including those that can help match you with a donor. Need help finding a fertility clinic? Type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search on the website. You can also book an appointment directly through the site or by calling 855-955-BABY.
The following egg donor agencies work with intended parents in Michigan:
- The Stork Society
- Alternative Reproductive Resources