In egg donation, your mature eggs are harvested, stored, and eventually used. This medical procedure is safe, tested, and relatively non-invasive. Donating in this way may not give you parental rights, but you will be financially compensated.
Absolutely yes! The truth is the average woman is born with more eggs than she will ever use. Donating your eggs does not interfere with your ability to conceive or birth children in the future.
Once you match with the intended parents, either the intended mother will use your eggs to create a child, or a gestational surrogate will do so. As soon as your eggs are extracted, they can then be fertilized and developed into an embryo, or frozen and used at a later date. You also do not receive parental rights for any children born after each donation cycle.
Through our database, we can participate in the egg donor recruitment and match potential donors like you to intended parents based on their specific criteria. When intended parents browse your pictures and profile, they may contact you and possibly meet you. If both parties don’t agree to meet, we will uphold anonymity. All communications between the parties will be handled with the utmost discretion. Your profile will be kept secure, and only a potential intended parent will be granted access if necessary.