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    Are You Worried About Bonding With Your Egg Donor Baby?

    It’s natural that an Egg Donor pregnancy (known as donor egg IVF treatment) will not feel the same as a traditional pregnancy. However, you can stay rest assured that a lot of women who have given birth using an egg donor say that bonding with their child is easy and enjoyable. They believe that the various challenges they encountered while trying to conceive only increased their bond with donor baby. The strong desire to become a parent is what motivates them for an effortful bond with their baby. There are plenty of resources on IVF and how you can successfully bond with baby. These vary from articles online, in blogs and forums, and parenting magazines. Medically speaking, there is no difference between an Egg Donor pregnancy and a traditional pregnancy. You are going to feel just like every other new parent: happy, excited, frightened, exhausted, and irrevocably in love.

    Remember your hormones

    Women need to remember that their hormones fluctuate immediately after giving birth. This may make new mothers – and, indirectly, new dads–moody. It is important to note that it’s normal to have mood swings during the first few weeks after childbirth.

    Excuse yourself from your newborn when you want to eat, rest, exercise, or shower. Grandparents and other caregivers should help parents to regain their health as soon as possible after delivery. It will facilitate new baby bonding. You don’t have to be worried. This time away from your baby will not harm the relationship between you two. Instead, taking good care of yourself will make it e