Through a well-established and non-invasive medical procedure, we are able to retrieve and store your eggs for future donation. The procedure of egg donation enables you to help someone in need of eggs. Although you will receive financial compensation for your donation, you will not have parental rights after the birth of the child.
Absolutely! The average woman is born with more eggs than she will ever use. Our egg donation process is guaranteed not to interfere with your ability to conceive or birth children in the future.
In the event that you match with the intended parents, your eggs will either be used either by the intended mother or a gestational surrogate in order to conceive the baby. Once your eggs are removed, they can be fertilized for embryo development or frozen for later use. We’d also like to emphasize that if a child is born as a result of your egg donation, you are not entitled to parental rights.
By utilizing our database of remarkable egg donors like yourself, we can match intended parents with egg donors who meet their criteria. Upon reviewing your profile and photos, they may decide to contact you or meet you personally. A potential intended parent may also request your complete profile, but only if both parties agree. We handle all communications with the utmost discretion, and your identity will be protected unless both parties agree to meet.