How To Become an Egg Donor | EggDonorIVF

How To Become An Egg Donor

Donor Qualifications

At EggDonorIVF, we follow guidelines from the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) with oversight from the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA). All egg donors remain anonymous. Healthy women of all ethnicities are needed as egg donors. Egg donors must be between the ages of 21 and 30 and meet certain criteria, including having a healthy lifestyle, being a non-smoker, a high school graduate (college preferred) and having shown success in their chosen career field.

Egg donors will complete a thorough questionnaire categorizing her family history, personal medical history, and some of their personal achievements and lifestyle choices. She will also likely answer why she would like to be an egg donor. Egg donors are screened for infectious diseases, genetic conditions, and gynecologic health.

Compensation

Once you are accepted into the donor program, you will receive $250 and an additional $7,750 after your cycle is completed. As an egg donor at EggDonorIVF you will also receive a free physical exam, chromosome analysis and genetic testing.

Egg donors remain anonymous and each donor can cycle up to six times in a lifetime.

How Do I Get Started?

To start the process, please fill out this application.

To become an egg donor, the process includes these steps:

  1. Complete the online application.
  2. If you meet the basic criteria, we will contact you.
  3. Meet the EggDonorIVF team and complete medical screening.
  4. If you clear the screening, then you will be matched with a recipient.
  5. After being matched with a recipient, you start the egg donation cycle, including medication.
  6. Once the eggs have been retrieved, your role is complete.

 

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