An egg donation is a medical procedure that allows your eggs to be harvested, frozen, and used at a later date. This medical procedure is relatively non-invasive, and is approved to be safe and tested.
You will be rewarded for your egg donation, but you will not gain parental rights to any child that may be 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.
If you and the intended parents are a good match, the intended mother or the gestational surrogate will use your eggs to produce a baby.
As soon as the eggs are removed, they can be fertilized for embryo development or frozen for later use. You will have not parental rights to any child who is born from your egg donation.
As we maintain our own database of exceptional egg donors like you, we will assist intended parents in matching them with possible donors based on their criteria. Once they see your profile and pictures, they may contact you and meet you.
Your identity will not be disclosed if neither party agrees to meet. All communications will be handled with the highest degree of discretion. Your profile is secure, and a potential intended parent can only request access to it if necessary.