We can harvest and store eggs for future use by using a safe and well-tested medical procedure called egg donation. This relatively mild procedure allows you to donate your eggs for people in need.
You will be compensated well. If a child is born following your donation, you will not receive parental rights over them.
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 are a good match for the intended parents, having your eggs used by the intended mother or a gestational surrogate might be an option.
Your eggs can be fertilized or frozen for later use as soon as they are removed. If a child is born as a result of your egg donation, you will not have parental rights.
When intended parents are seeking a donor, we match them with potential donors based on their requirements. They may contact you or meet you after they review your profile and pictures.
Your identity will be protected at all times unless both parties agree to meet. All communications between the parties will be handled in the most discrete manner. Your profile is secure, and only the intended parent has access to it upon request.