But where do I go from here? I've had a quick look online and I seem to match the basic criteria (proven fertility, under 35, bmi under 30 and no hereditary diseases), but I'm unsure about how to proceed now...
I don't mind being a known or unknown donor, I don't mind giving my eggs to the nhs or someone going private. What I do not really want is to give my eggs to a private clinic where their new family will be charged sqillions of pounds for them.
Also I've got 2 lovely healthy dc, but I've also had 2 miscarriages, so will this impact on my ability to donate?
So what are the benefits/negatives of each option, and can anyone point me in the direction of what I should be doing next.
You need to look at the HFEA's website as they are the UK regulator for that oversee the use of gametes and embryos. There is specific information and sections on there for potential donors. Their web address is:-
You are thinking about doing a wonderful thing. I still think about my DC donor mum a lot, many years on. She is anonymous (pre change of law) so I have very few details to share with DC but as asks about babies and so on I have introduced the story.