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10 Steps to Becoming a Fertility Match Egg Donor

Ten Steps to Donating Eggs in Canada Ready to donate your eggs but not sure what to expect? At Fertility Match, we help demystify the process for Donating Eggs in Canada with our 3 part series on the egg donation process. First, let’s take a look at what Egg...

Are you Eligible to be an Egg Donor?

Are you Eligible to be an Egg Donor? Fertility Match seeks to ensure that all of our prospective Egg Donors meet the expectations of the Intended Parents. Additionally, the health and safety of the Egg Donor is of the utmost priority and therefore, in order to become...

Egg Donation in Canada: What is Legal?

Egg Donation in Canada: What is Legal? Egg Donation is legal in Canada but there are some restrictions. The main one being that Egg Donors cannot be directly compensated for their donation. Canadian legislation allows only for altruistic Egg Donation; women donate...

Top 5 things to Consider when becoming a Surrogate Mother in Canada

Top 5 things to Consider When Becoming a Surrogate Mother in Canada It is a truly wonderful thing to consider becoming a Surrogate Mother to help another become a parent. Through surrogacy, you are allowing another young, hopeful family to experience the miracle of...

Top 5 Reasons to be a Surrogate Mother in Canada

Top 5 Reasons to be a Surrogate Mother in Canada Infertility is a serious concern for many Intended Parents across Canada and becoming a Surrogate Mother can change a family forever. The inability to conceive a child can happen for several reasons. Some of these...

Lisa: Watching our First Surrogate and Intended Parents Meet

Watching First Surrogate and Intended Parents Meet under Fertility Match When I was a Surrogate Mother, one of the most exciting things was meeting my Intended Parents for the first time. We were already matched and had emailed and chatted on the phone numerous times....

National Post: Joy to be mom after cancer battle

This is an article published by the National Post about Fertility Match Canada Co-Founder, Liz Ellwood, and her courageous story of battling Cancer at the age of 24 and fighting to realize her dream of becoming a mom. Late in 2006, Ottawa resident Liz Ellwood, then 24, received a devastating blow: A regular pap smear showed she had cervical cancer. First, she faced a life-and-death battle with a devastating illness; second, she knew that even if the cancer was completely cured, the treatment would likely make her infertile.

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