Help Others Start a Family

Become an Egg Donor

If you are a woman interested in becoming an egg donor, we can guide you through the process. Choosing to help another couple or individual have a baby and create a family is honorable, and we respect that choice.

Egg Donations: The Steps

Step 1. Ovarian Stimulation

Normally, a woman produces one egg during her monthly menstrual cycle. Prior to egg freezing, the patient takes injectable fertility medication that stimulates the ovaries so they produce multiple eggs.

Step 2. Retrieval of Eggs

When eggs are ready, a trigger injection is provided to mature the eggs. To retrieve the eggs, an outpatient procedure is performed. Through transvaginal ultrasound guidance, the physician can view the follicles on the patient’s ovary that contain the eggs and safely remove the fluid they contain.

Step 3. After the Procedure

Patients may experience some cramping following the procedure as the ovaries will still be enlarged. Within a day or so, most patients can continue their normal activities.

Egg Donor Requirements

  • Good physical and mental health
  • Between the ages of 21-29
  • Have a BMI less than 30
  • Non-smoker

Benefits of Becoming an Egg Donor

  • Financial compensation
  • Free fertility assessment
  • Giving the gift of family

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