I am 42 and have been told that I would have to have IVF to have a baby. We wouldn't be able to afford this so we would like to do egg sharing. But I've been told that I'm over the age limit. Can you help us please?
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I am sorry to say that you have to be under the age of 36 to be an egg sharer. The reason for this is the quality of eggs declines with age and the results are significantly lower over the age of 40.