Using an established non-invasive medical procedure, our staff will collect and store your eggs for later use. Donating eggs is a reasonably painless process that helps those in need greatly. However, you will not be granted parental rights after a child is born even if you receive monetary compensation for donating an egg.
Absolutely! The average woman is born with more eggs than she will ever use. It will not interfere with your ability to conceive or birth children in the future.
Your eggs will be used by the intended mother or a gestational surrogate, depending on compatibility. The eggs that are taken from you can be fertilized right away or frozen for later use. You won’t be granted parental rights if a child is born using your donated eggs.
If a couple is seeking an egg donor like you, they can browse our database, view your profile, and possibly even get in touch with you. We treat every contact you make with an intended parent as confidential. Unless both parties agree to meet, your privacy will be preserved. You can rest assured that only a prospective intended parent will have access to your profile.