Donating eggs is a safe and tested medical treatment that requires minimally invasive procedures to retrieve eggs from the donor. Once your eggs have been removed, or “harvested,” as the procedure is commonly known, we can use them immediately or freeze them for use at a later date. You will receive financial compensation for your contribution but will have no parental rights for any children who might be born because of the donation.
Absolutely! The average woman is born with more eggs than she will ever use. Future pregnancy and childbirth are unaffected by this and will not interfere with your ability to conceive.
If you’re a good match for the intended parents, your eggs will make a baby either with the intended mother or a gestational surrogate. The eggs you donate can either be fertilized and implanted to grow into an embryo or stored for later use. For each cycle you complete, you will have no legal rights or responsibilities toward the offspring borne out of your donation.
We maintain a database of extraordinary women who want to donate eggs. When intended parents look for a donor, we will match them with potential donors based on their specific requirements. They will review your profile and pictures and might want to get in touch with you or even set up a meeting with you. However, all parties must agree to speak and/or meet. Confidentiality will be upheld if not every party is willing to waive their right to anonymity. With the utmost secrecy and sensitivity, we facilitate all communications between the parties. Your profile is secure and only accessible when a potential intended parent requests access to the database.