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Using an Egg Donor in New Hampshire
According to the 2011 Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, which is published by the CDC, there were a total of 15 egg donor cycles performed, including nine fresh and six frozen.
What Is Egg Donation?
In egg donation, one woman donates her eggs to another woman who is unable to conceive with her own eggs. This is usually because she may suffer from premature ovarian failure or diminished ovarian reserve.
You can choose to work with a known egg donor or an anonymous egg donor. Known egg donors are women you know in everyday life, like a friend or family member. Anonymous egg donors donate their eggs without their identity being known. You can be matched with an anonymous egg donor through an egg donor agency or an egg donation program at a fertility clinic.
Local attorneys in New Hampshire can be found in our attorney directory.
Finding an Egg Donor in New Hampshire
There is one fertility clinic in the state of New Hampshire that offers an egg donation program. This fertility clinic, Dartmouth Medical Center, can help match you up with an anonymous egg donor.