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Isobel, American Egg Donor in San Francisco, California, USA

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Egg Donor
San Francisco
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4 years ago
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Egg Donor from San Francisco, California, USA.

My Current Donor Status is

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

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Why I want to be an egg donor:

I lead a busy, independent lifestyle, I thought there would come a day when I would be willing to give that up and devote myself to a family life. But I realize now, after achieving a degree of financial success, that I have a deeper desire to devote the next phase of my life to my creative ventures. After long and careful consideration, I feel like donating eggs or embryos will give me the satisfaction of having 'sired' children while knowing that I am giving them the very best of parents; ones who will provide the kind of rich and full family experience that I would not be able to (as I have no extended family). I am especially interested in helping same sex couples since I identify as queer myself.

Description of myself:

Me: Intelligent, humorous, naturally outgoing and social, adventurous, charismatic, artistic, philosophical, musical, kind, and empathetic. Physically attractive/symmetrical, half Swedish. I have a special aptitude for languages. Self taught to read and write before kindergarten. As a teen I began to create my own non-linear (written) language based on Kanji, Latin roots, and common colloquialisms. I still use it in my journals for fun. Also, I will beat anyone at scrabble :) I have a combination of left and right brain personality. ENTP Meyers Briggs type. I have a background in classical music, I enjoy conceptual physics and science fiction. I'm a natural performer, a talented dancer, and enjoy creative writing as well. My degree is in economics. I earn my living through architectural restoration and real estate investment.

My letter to intended parents:

Hello, I have 49 frozen eggs that I am looking to donate for a caring family (ideally a male couple but I'm open to all). I am willing to travel outside the US but would prefer California or the West coast of Canada because it would be easier to get to know prospective parents that are close by. I am also willing to be the surrogate or contribute to costs for an alternate surrogate. Though I have chosen not to raise children myself because I have no desire to be a single parent and have no extended family (which I believe is very essential for a child), I am would prefer to play a supportive role as an auntie of sorts depending on the wishes the adoptive parents. I am open to any race/nationality. I am just hoping to find a genetic match that my physical and mental attributes would 'mesh' well with. I'd very much like to impart a solid intellect to any children I help create. Having a keen and curious mind is something that has enriched my life immensely and I would want them to have that gift as well, as well as the opportunities to explore that gift as fully as possible.

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by Isobel on October 06th, 2017 under Egg Donation
35 eggs frozen and one more cycle left to go! I hope to have about 45 in total after this last cycle. It's been a grueling process medically but when I set my mind to something I tend to see it thr... Read more

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Sandy, Intended Parent
Commented on March 24th, 2017 11:13AM [EDT]
My husband has two masters. MBA and engineering. I am a photojournalist. I lived in Japan for 5 years. I knew Konji! I speak a little. I majored in Photojournalism. I did ballet until I was 22. I live classical and Jazz. I love your profile. I would love for you to be an auntie. I have no sisters. Aunties are a big part of my husbands culture. He is half Filipino. We would live to talk with you.
Geoff, Intended Parent
Commented on January 28th, 2017 10:33PM [EDT]
Hello Isobel, Your profile is very interesting. You are looking for a genetic match and want to have mentally stimulating environment for the child you help create. The concept of being an Auntie is also rather novel and exciting. Currently, I am not married but was for many years and am older. Unfortunately, no children arose from that union. Recently, I had cryopreservation of sperm performed with a good report. So, my next goal is to find an egg donor and pursue fertilization. My background is western European. I am a health provider and have taught for colleges/Universities. In many ways I am eager to impart the desire to learn and the ability to synthesize information. Additionally, in the formative years it is also important to build a strong body that will carry that child through their adult life. Currently, I teach health providers on rotation through my private practice. Really you are quite beautiful and will provide a good genetic start for a child. Although you appear uninterested in raising a child alone, you do seem willing to be involved in fostering the child's development. Perhaps if the proper scenario were to present you might have even a greater hands on interest. You are an intriguing person. If interested please respond. Best, G
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