Having your eggs harvested for donation is a relatively non-invasive, tested, and safe procedure, which allows your eggs to be used immediately or frozen for later.
While you will be compensated for the donation, you will not have parental rights over any children born from it.
Absolutely! The average woman is born with more eggs than she will ever use. It does not interfere with your ability to conceive or birth children in the future.
Once you are a good match for the intended parents, either the intended mother or the gestational surrogate will use your eggs to create a baby.
If you donate eggs, these eggs can be fertilized and developed into embryos or frozen for use at a later time. You will not, however, be entitled to any parental rights over the children born from your donation.
We keep a database of exceptional egg donors just like you. When intended parents are looking for a donor, we match them with potential donors based on their requirements. They may review your profile, view your pictures, or even meet you.
You will maintain confidentiality if you do not consent to meeting. All communications between the parties are arranged with the utmost discretion and sensitivity. Your profile is kept secure and is only accessed by intended parents upon request.