I have PCOS, I have two kids and my first child was concieved by clomid when I was 23 yrs old. At 27 years old I egg-shared in 2008. I conceived with my first cycle of IVF when I was 27 at that time now I'm 30. I developed OHSS when I discovered I was pregnant with my 2nd child. Can I still egg share again? What are my chances of getting pregnant now that I'm 30?
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You may be able to be an egg sharer. You are in the correct age bracket but there are other criteria that you have to fulfil. I would advise you to contact one of our patient advisors and they would be able to discuss this with you.