Our egg donors are able to help others by giving them their eggs. The process is non-invasive, and the harvested eggs can be used immediately or stored for future use.
After you give your eggs away, you will get money as compensation. However, once a child conceived from your donation is born, you will not have any legal rights over them.
Absolutely! Many women worry about how egg freezing may affect their future fertility. But the procedure actually has no bearing on your ability to have kids down the road. In fact, most women are born with more eggs than they’ll ever need!
If you are compatible with the prospective parents, either the intended mother or a gestational surrogate will use your eggs to conceive. Your eggs may be used for fertilization immediately or frozen for future use. If a child is born from your egg donation, you will not have any parental rights.
Our database includes profiles and photos of potential donors for intended parents to review. If they like what they see, they may even choose to meet you or discuss their options further. However, unless both parties agree to meet, all communications will be kept completely confidential. Your identity will be protected at all times, and only you or a potential intended parent will be able to view your profile.