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Ana, American Egg Donor in Santa Cruz, California, USA

Name
Ana
Member Type
Egg Donor
Country
USA
Region/State
California
City
Santa Cruz
Hair Color
Black
Eye Color
Hazel
Age
Date Registered
4 years ago
Profile Updated
2 years ago
Last Login
1 year ago
Messages Sent
0
Messages Received
9

Egg Donor from Santa Cruz, California, USA.

My Current Donor Status is
Available

Im Willing to Help Couples of
Heterosexual Couple, Gay Couple, Lesbian Couple, Single Woman

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My Education is

I am a Smoker

I Have a Passport
Yes

Willing to Travel
Yes

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Provided Egg Donation Before
No

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Why I want to be an egg donor:

I would like to become an egg donor to prevent couples from going through the emotionally draining experience of not being able to have a child.This was something that I saw my aunt go through after she had ovarian cancer that nearly took her life.By becoming an egg donor, I know that I have helped give another woman the chance she deserves to carry a healthy baby to term .I also want to become an egg donor because I know that my genetic makeup would benefit any child coming into this world. I have Synesthesia which is a gift.For example, it allows me to see numbers, letters, and days of the week in color.It comes in handy when memorizing bulk amounts of information.Having this trait has made me a more creative individual and it has given me an advantage in the field of science. It's a very strange thing to explain so please Google: Grapheme-color synesthesia, Chromesthesia, and Ordinal linguistic personification because these are the forms of Synesthesia that I have.It is so uncommon that I have taken part in research studies conducted by Sussex University in the U.K.

Description of myself:

When people first meet me they see that I am successful for my age, yet very humble and down to earth.If I come across as pretty on the outside this is honestly something that I don't pay much attention to.Instead, I try to focus on staying smart and doing good with my life. Four years ago, I decided to enter college with the hopes of becoming a doctor.In six months I will graduate with a bachelor's of science in Human Biology.After this I plan on becoming a clinical research coordinator at at UCSF or Stanford for at least a year. It is still my dream to become a doctor who works as part of a formal trauma team that assembles when *** trauma codes are called. Apart from this I am a vegetarian who is slowly transitioning to veganism.I also love flowers so much that my family call me the "flower lady", because I have over *** flowers in my garden.Recently I also took up painting and have been busy filling my house up with more color. Everyday I study human diseases and witness severe injuries in the E.R.where my internship placement is as a research assistant.The best thing about my personality is how resilient I am.Regardless of the horrible things I may witness or have to deal with, I am always optimistic and maintain a cheerful attitude throughout life.

My letter to intended parents:

If you have any questions regarding my background, health, or even if you would like to get to know better, please do not feel intimidated! I am very nice and happy to answer any questions you may have.Finding the right egg donor for your future baby is a very important!

USA
California
Santa Cruz
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