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    Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92130

    How Asian Egg Donors Change Lives

    Asian Egg Donors Are Very Much in Demand

    Asian Egg DonorsAsian Egg Donors- Ever since China’s landmark decision to ban its one-child policy came into effect, it has changed the lives of so many individuals and couples, including the LGBT community. Now, the Chinese can add onto their family legacy by having another baby.

    While this decision has made numerous people in China thrilled with their future, unfortunately many have realized that they are struggling with infertility. According to recent data, 1 in 10 individuals in China are infertile.

    The need for surrogates climbs higher as does the demand for Asian egg donors.

    Many Chinese citizens are turning to the United States to build their families. The United States remains a sought after destination because there are surrogacy friendly states such as California. Additionally, the laws in surrogacy friendly states are stable: Intending parents can obtain parentage rights, surrogates are released from any parentage, elite Asian egg donors abound, and embryo transfer success rates are high. Also different from other countries, the surrogates in the United States are rigorously screened both medically and psychologically. Yes, while more surrogates are needed, many Chinese are requiring elite Asian egg donors. And parts of the United States are able to assist.

    Since the demand for 100 percent Asian egg donors is so high, many women are being compensated generously. While the monies are indeed attractive, young ladies are realizing how they are able to help intending parents make their dreams come true.

    Many may wonder why there are infertility issues in China.

    Quite honestly, infertility is a disease which affects people all over the globe. Since the one-child policy was struck down, however, many women may find themselves outside of their most fertile years, leaving them with a reduced egg reserve.

    In other cases, some women may have been able to conceive, but were unable to carry a baby to full-term, suffering multiple miscarriages.

    Infertility is often described as a silent torment. While the above points paint heartfelt scenarios, another may be someone who years ago had cancer treatments which has rendered her infertile.

    Surrogates and egg donors can help a woman leave behind her state of grief. These special women unite together, allowing an intending mother the reality of being able to experience the love of a child.

    And everyone, no matter where they live in the world, deserves this right. Donors and surrogates can bridge the infertility gap and make parenthood dreams come true.

    Asian Egg Donors Are So In Demand

    Because Asian egg donors are so in demand, it’s vital for women to do their own due diligence in finding the best agency. For starters, while compensation can begin at $12,000 and above, they must locate an agency which has good references and an excellent track record with egg donation services.

    Women of 100 percent Asian descent oftentimes become repeat donors due to the fulfilling and memorable journey of helping another in need. And finding the right agency which affords support, guidance, and compassion makes all the difference.

    RSMC has a well-established egg donation program and is actively seeking Asian egg donors. If you are interested please contact our Director of Surrogacy & Egg Donation Program Kelsi Davis at [email protected]

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