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M_28032023_1

&

28032023_2

DONOR 1

Fullname

M_28032023_1

Country

USA

Address

Eye Color

Green

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Height

5'4"

Ethnicity

White/Caucasian

Education

Graduate degree

Hobbies

Anything else would you like to mention about your family medical history to the
Adoptive parent

Anything else would you like to mention about your talents,skills,interests 

Egg Donor is the beautiful, young brunette in the photos. When I spoke with her she told me that she liked to run track in school. She was always into animals and her brother and dad where very mechanically inclined, and could rebuild a car from the ground up. She wanted to work with endangered species when she was younger but has a wonderful career as being a highly trained agent of the federal government.

DONOR 2

Fullname

28032023_2

Country

USA

Address

Eye Color

Blue

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Height

6'2"

Ethnicity

White/Caucasian

Education

Bachelor’s degree

Hobbies

Playing sports, Using a computer, Visiting with friends, Working out/exercising

Anything else would you like to mention about your family medical history to the
Adoptive parent

This is my husband. He is very engineer minded as a software engineer, but social as well...a nice hybrid. I would say a very responsible person that works out, runs, and is very health conscience. Likes to socialize with life-long friends. Very close to his family. Loves to travel with family to the beach as well as go skiing at least once a year. (Snow boarding is more of his thing actually.). Dedicated. loyal and honest man.

Anything else would you like to mention about your talents,skills,interests 

Very long life in grand mothers. One lived to 103 and had a great quality of life until her last days. Paternal Grandfather did develop dementia as a much older man and passed in his late 80s. So this would be donor's grandfather. Skin cancer should be watched for with the children as donors father developed skin cancer (this is why I marked cancer on the form), but I wanted the adopting parents to understand how important it will be to watch that the child(ren) wear sun screen and watch out for too much sun exposure that could lead to burns. Skin cancer potential could be in their genes.

BASIC INORMATION

Full name

M_28032023_1

28032023_2

Country

USA

USA

Address

Eye color

Green

Blue

Hair color

Dark Brown

Dark Brown

Height

5'4"

6'2"

Ethnicity

White/Caucasian

White/Caucasian

Education

Graduate degree

Bachelor’s degree

Hobbies

Playing sports, Using a computer, Visiting with friends, Working out/exercising

Anything else would you like to mention about your talents, skills, interests

Egg Donor is the beautiful, young brunette in the photos. When I spoke with her she told me that she liked to run track in school. She was always into animals and her brother and dad where very mechanically inclined, and could rebuild a car from the ground up. She wanted to work with endangered species when she was younger but has a wonderful career as being a highly trained agent of the federal government.

This is my husband. He is very engineer minded as a software engineer, but social as well...a nice hybrid. I would say a very responsible person that works out, runs, and is very health conscience. Likes to socialize with life-long friends. Very close to his family. Loves to travel with family to the beach as well as go skiing at least once a year. (Snow boarding is more of his thing actually.). Dedicated. loyal and honest man.

Anything else would you like to mention about your family medical history to the
adoptive parent

Very long life in grand mothers. One lived to 103 and had a great quality of life until her last days. Paternal Grandfather did develop dementia as a much older man and passed in his late 80s. So this would be donor's grandfather. Skin cancer should be watched for with the children as donors father developed skin cancer (this is why I marked cancer on the form), but I wanted the adopting parents to understand how important it will be to watch that the child(ren) wear sun screen and watch out for too much sun exposure that could lead to burns. Skin cancer potential could be in their genes.

Photos

PHOTOS

EMBRYO

How many embryos do you wish to donate

What are the grades of the embryos?

3

I don't remember but we had them all tested for Chromosome abnormalities and they didn't have any abnormalities. They're of the quality to freeze, so that's usually very high quality embryos as well.

Have the embryos been genetically tested

Yes

Do you know the gender of the embryos

yes

Have the embryos from this batch resulted in a life birth

Age of embryos when they were frozen

Yes

5-7 days

How long ago the embryos were created

Genetic mother’s age at the egg retrieval

Less than 10 years ago

Less than 30 years old

Have the embryos from this batch been already donated to another adoptive parent

No

Embryo

MEDICAL HISTORY

DONOR 1

DONOR 2

Allergy

Alzheimer

Donor's grandparent

Anxiety

Donor

Asthma

Autism

Bipolar disorder

Cancer

Donor's grandparent

Donor's parent

Celiac disease

Cystic fibrosis

Depression

Diabetes

Epilepsy

Fibromyalgia

Fragile X syndrome

Heart conditions

Hemochromatosis

High blood pressure

Donor's grandparent

Huntington’s disease

Lupus

Marfan syndrome

Multiple sclerosis

Obesity

Phenylketonuria

Polycystic kidney disease

Rheumatoid arthritis

Schizophrenia

Stroke

Substance abuse

Tay-Sachs disease

Medical Histroy

DONOR 1

Allergy

Alzheimer

Anxiety

Asthma

Autism

Bipolar disorder

Cancer

Donor's grandparent

Celiac disease

Cystic fibrosis

Depression

Diabetes

Epilepsy

Fibromyalgia

Fragile X syndrome

Heart conditions

Hemochromatosis

High blood pressure

Donor's grandparent

Huntington’s disease

Lupus

Marfan syndrome

Multiple sclerosis

Obesity

Phenylketonuria

Polycystic kidney disease

Rheumatoid arthritis

Schizophrenia

Stroke

Substance abuse

DONOR 2

allergy

alzheimer

Donor's grandparent

anxiety

Donor

asthma 

autism

bipolar disoder

cancer

Donor's parent

celiac disease

cystic fibrosis

depression

diabetes

epilepsy

fibromyalgia

fragile x syndrome

heart conditions

hemochromatosis

high blood pressure

huntington's disease

lupus

marfan syndrome

multiple sclerosis

obesity

phenylketonuria

polycystic kidney disease

rheumatoid arthritis

schizophrenia

stroke

substance abuse

Information on egg/sperm donor

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