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Dates are approximate (mid-late 1990s) donated several times through either the Infertility and IVF Clinic of St. Louis and/or Infertility Center of St. Louis managed by Dr Ronald P Wilbois. Fairly certain offspring were born. Although, I preferred to remain an anonymous donor, at the time.
Also, eggs were shipped to CA.
Also donated once with what was known as "Barnes/Jewish clinic--located at Barnes on kings highway), never met the MD. Same time-frame. Will not be updating membership, at DSR in 2021; if a potential contact should be made the Admin has a way to reach new/potential members.
****MEDICAL UPDATE Available.
In November of 1994 my husband and I tried to conceive using a procedure called "GIFT" (gamete intra-fallopian transfer). I was 26 years old. I produced many, good quality eggs. So many that the fertility doctor, Dr. Sherman Silber of St. Louis, Missouri, asked me if I would be willing to donate some because at that time they couldn't freeze eggs. I agreed. I know I had 38 eggs, 12 of which were used in my procedure. Of the remaining 26, I do not know how many were donated, or if any live births resulted. If there were children, full term pregnancy would have resulted in birth in approximately August of 1995. Preemies obviously earlier than that. I am 5 foot 9 inches tall and I have green eyes. I remember that there were several couples from Israel in the waiting room the day I had the procedure. My eggs would have been used that day, so there is a slight possibility that if there were any children, they would have grown up in Israel.