A person born as a result of your donation will be able to access limited information about you once they reach the age of 16, but you will have no legal responsibility for them.
It's the best feeling in the world to know you have helped someone in such a special way that could change their lives forever. I made a promise to myself when I was pregnant that I would try and help others, so they too could experience the gift of life. I have never regretted my decision. I am sure my own boys would be proud of their mum when they are old enough to understand it all!". Chelmsford Clinic Simply Fertility Egg donor
At the age of 18, they can apply to the HFEA (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority) for further information that was provided by their donor. This includes:
As long as both parties agree, anyone conceived through a donor can also contact genetically-related donor-conceived siblings.
If you become a donor, the HFEA has a legal responsibility to contact you and make you aware that someone conceived as a result of your donation has requested your identifying information.