MANCHESTER, England, June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
With over 40,000 couples waiting on average 3 years to be matched with a suitable egg donor via the NHS, UK start up Babythoughts offers a secure and confidential way for egg donors and recipient couples to get in contact and by-pass the current waiting list system. Once a couple have found a donor they automatically move to the top of the waiting list on the NHS. Alternatively, if preferred, the recipient can avoid a waiting list altogether by using a registered IVF clinic in the private sector.
Couples can search the secure database of potential egg donors in the UK by specifying key attributes such as location or eye and hair colour. Babythoughts then facilitates anonymous dialogue between both parties until a decision is made as to suitability at which time the parties can either decide to meet or indeed proceed anonymously via the NHS or private sector IVF clinic.
Marcus Hayes co-founder of Babythoughts says that "contrary to popular belief there isn't a shortage of suitable women in the UK willing to donate their eggs". The problem is that until now there hasn't been a simple anonymous way for couples to meet egg donors. For the first time in the UK with the launch of Babythoughts there is now a forum that allows donors to register their interest in donating and for couples to communicate with them at no upfront cost.
Within 2 weeks of launch almost 50 donors registered with the site and the format is already proving successful in helping couples find a suitable egg donor and avoid the queue to receiving treatment on the NHS or at a private clinic.
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