The egg donation process involves harvesting your eggs and storing them for future use. This medical procedure is guaranteed to be safe. After harvesting, your eggs can be used immediately or they can be frozen for a later date. While we may compensate you for your donation, you will not be granted parental rights after a child from one of your eggs is born.
Absolutely! On average, most women are born with more eggs than they will ever use in their lifetime. Egg donation is proven to not interfere with your ability to conceive or birth children in the future.
If you are a good match for the intended parents, either the intended mother or a gestational surrogate may use your harvested eggs to produce a child. After we harvest your eggs, they can be fertilized for embryo development or frozen for future use. You will also not have parental rights to any children born from the eggs you donate.
We treat our database of exceptional egg donors with utmost importance. When intended parents come to us in search of an egg donor in Maine, we will match their given criteria with our potential donors. They may look at your profile and pictures, and they may choose to contact you and perhaps arrange a meeting if they wish. If both parties decline to meet each other, your identity will remain anonymous. We ensure that all communications between the parties are treated with the utmost discretion. Your egg donor profile will remain confidential, and only a potential intended parent may request access to it.