"A candid, valuable look at infertility."
Midwest Book Review
"...humorous and thoughtful...very much recommended."
"For anyone encountering this problem, this book must be read."
Paul De Angelis, co-author of Dear Mrs. Kennedy
"This memoir is funny, sad, touching, always human, never dull."
GRADE A BABY EGGS: AN INFERTILITY MEMOIR AWARD WINNING BOOK!
National Indie Excellence Book Awards Winner for Women's Issues.
ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Awards Gold Winner for Women's Issues.
USA Best Book Awards Winner for Women's Health
Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist for Health/Fitness.
Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist for Women's Issues.
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Over six million couples in the United States struggle with infertility and the hope and pain surrounding it. More and more of them are turning to in vitro fertilization as a path to parenthood, using egg donors and sperm donors and sophisticated medical procedures to achieve their dream of creating a family. Victoria Hopewell entered into this world upon her second marriage, when she found herself unable to become pregnant with a much wanted child. Follow the poignant and informative story of her search for a "Grade A" baby egg in today's unregulated donor egg market and learn the processes, procedures, and pitfalls that lie in wait for anyone hoping to conceive via in vitro fertilization.