I am 29 and my BMI is 33 – I am currently reducing this on a weight loss programme. I have had two previous natural pregnancies with no problems, I have no known fertility issues and my partner and I would love a child together, and need ICSI for a chance of this to happen. I am wondering would I be accepted to egg share while losing weight? Thanks in advance.
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You will need to reduce your weight to have a BMI of 30 or lower to be accepted onto the egg sharing programme. There are other acceptance criteria too such as hormone level and being a non-smoker. More information can be found on our website. Keep up losing your excess weight as this is really important if you are trying to conceive.