Looking to become a donor

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  1. I think this is the right place...

    I've been thinking about becoming a donor for a long time. I've known several couples who have gone through in vitro. It just doesn't seem fair to me that people who would make such good parents seem to have a hard time, while the clueless seem to have 12 babies. I was just referred to this site today by another woman. I've shied away from agencies because I do want to meet the couple in advance. I believe parenting has a huge role in how a child turns out and want to ensure I'm donating to people who would be good parents. I live in Oklahoma and don't want to travel far. I am on vacation now, but I will have a very demanding work schedule starting in July. So, unless I could do it now, I wouldn't be able to donate for at least a year after July.

    I'm 23 and I have an amazing child(my personal proof of good genes ). I have a very mixed ethnical background.
    I'm short, but my parents are tall. I have olive skin(light in the winter, but tans very easily with any sunshine). I have dark hair and dark eyes. My mother has blonde hair and blue eyes. My father has dark hair and eyes. There are no major medical problems that run in my family, besides diabetes(grandparents). If you have any questions, feel free to email me.

  2. Is North Carolina too far

  3. Hi Sooner - if you're still on this board and still considering donation, let us know. There are lots of folks looking for donors. Curious about your ethnic background. Some of us here are also mixes and would love to find someone that had a similar background. Also, if you turn on the personal messaging function then people can mail your ivfconnections account directly.

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