We can harvest and store your eggs in a safe and tested medical procedure called egg donation so that they can be used in the future. This non-invasive procedure allows you to donate your eggs to people in need. You will be compensated for your donation, but you will have no parental rights to the child born as a result of your donation.
Absolutely! Most women are born with more eggs than they will ever need. It doesn’t affect your future ability to get pregnant or give birth to children.
If you and the intended parents are a good match, either a gestational surrogate or the intended mother might use your eggs to conceive the child. Your eggs can either be fertilized and developed into embryos or frozen for later use after being removed. No parental rights will be granted to you if a child is born as a result of your egg donation.
Intended parents might decide to get in touch with you or meet you in person after viewing your profile and photos. We choose egg donors who fit the needs of intended parents from our database and pair them with egg donors. Until a meeting is agreed upon, our service keeps your identity private. There will be complete discretion used in all communications between you and the intended parents. Your profile is safe, and if access is required, only a potential intended parent may ask for it.