No relationship between egg donation and future fertility has been established, although research is continuing. Egg donation does not deplete your ovarian reserve. Each month you release a number of eggs, but only one comes to maturity. The hormones administered [...]
Most women experience little to no complications. You can experience minor discomfort after the procedure, or symptoms associated with your natural cycles, such as headaches, moodiness, or cramping. There have been a very small number of extreme cases of hyper [...]
Medications are used to coordinate cycles, suppress ovulation, stimulate follicles, and to trigger release of eggs. Examples of these include birth control pills, Lupron, Ganirelix, Follistim, Gonal-F, Menopur and HCG. These may be used in different combinations depending on the [...]
Our first-time donors generally receive a fee of $7,000 whereas experienced and successful donors will receive a higher fee. It can also vary based on certain characteristics (donors of certain decents, and other donor types that are harder to find [...]
The matching for each process is the same and you are able to review a redacted profile for the intended parents, as they are able to view yours. Anonymous Donation: You would not have open contact or communication with the [...]
We work with intended parents who have chosen clinics throughout the United States. Where you travel will depend on the IVF clinic chosen by the intended parents. This is where you will most likely travel to twice. We will disclose [...]
Yes, but it depends on the form of birth control you are using. Acceptable forms of birth control include birth control pills, the nuva ring, the patch, and non-hormonal IUDs. If you have a hormonal IUD, you are eligible to [...]
Yes, if you know your biological family’s health history. Unfortunately, if your adoption was closed you may not be able to provide us with all of the necessary medical information.
All egg donors must meet the following requirements: Between 20-29 years of age (up to 31 for experienced donors) Body Mass Index (BMI) lower than 28 (calculate your BMI here) No more than one occurrence of the same cancer in [...]
Most of our clinics allow an egg donor to participate in an egg donation up to six times. However, we can only rematch you if the previous donation resulted in a pregnancy or a successful retrieval.