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Using an Egg Donor in North Dakota
According to the 2011 Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, there were nine egg donor IVF cycles in the state of North Dakota. Of this number, five used fresh embryos and four used frozen embryos.
Who Is an Egg Donor?
An egg donor is a woman who donates her healthy, viable eggs so another woman can utilize them in an IVF cycle. You can choose a known egg donor or an anonymous egg donor. A known egg donor is a woman you know personally, such as a family member or a friend. An anonymous egg donor is a woman who donates her eggs through either a fertility clinic program or an egg donor agency—in this case, her identity is not revealed to the intended parents.
Egg Donation in North Dakota
Currently, there are no egg donor agencies located in the state of North Dakota. However, the one fertility clinic in the state, the Sanford Reproductive Medicine Institute, does work with donor eggs. If you have any questions about egg donation in North Dakota, or are looking to be matched with an egg donor in the state, you can contact the fertility clinic for further information.