I personally would not because I have severe scoliosis and it can run in families. If it weren’t for that, sure- why not? I’m not using my eggs. As long as they paid for the harvest, it’s a reasonably low risk procedure as far as I’m aware.
If I’m not on oral contraceptives, I have excruciating menstrual cramps that last for the duration of my period, or close to it.
In the last few years, I’ve started getting menstrually-linked migraines - much worse than my usual migraines, and one every day of my period. Thus I’m now on continuous oral contraceptives. I’m loath to think what I would be like off of the pill and on extra hormones; I’d probably be looking for a gun to just end the pain.
My genetics are less than ideal, to say the least.
There’s the issue of child support concerns that might come up.
No, I would not donate eggs. A few years ago, I would have thought about it, but from what I have heard about the process, it is a nightmare of pain, hormones and trouble. It isn’t quite like what the guys go through!
Female, and yes, under a few conditions:
*Some degree of financial compensation.
*Legal guarantee that I would not have any financial obligation to the child
*A clear agreement that I would not be a part of the child’s life - I would not be Auntie NinjaChick.
*The couple in question paid, in full, all medical and travel expenses incurred
I’m never going to have kids of my own; if the opportunity presented itself I’d at least let my reproductive system earn a bit of cash.
ETA - Whether or not they’re a doper would be pretty much irrelevant. If someone met those conditions, sure. I figure the chances of anyone wanting my genes are pretty minimal, though.
No, because it’s my genetic material and I want to be able to choose a father and only pass on my genes with someone I feel is optimal for merging DNA with. I would never surrogate either, not even for my sister.
I’m too old to be allowed to. Otherwise, probably. When the procedure first came off, I considered it (my reservations about becoming a parent aren’t about genetic quality), but having to spend four days in a hospital was totally incompatible with my study-500-hr-a-week college.