The donation of eggs is a relatively non-invasive procedure that allows us to harvest and store your eggs for future use. Donating eggs makes a positive impact on someone.
Your egg donation will be compensated, but you won’t be granted any parental rights after the birth of the child.
Absolutely! The average woman is born with more eggs than she will ever use. It does not interfere with your ability to conceive or birth children in the future.
Either the intended mother or a gestational surrogate would use your eggs to conceive a child if you match the intended parents.
Immediately after your eggs are removed, they can be fertilized for embryo development or frozen for use at another time. If child born from a donation is yours, you do not retain parental rights.
In the database, the intended parents can see the profiles and pictures of donors. If you meet their criteria or requirements, they can even contact you.
Your identity will be protected unless both parties mutually agree to meet. Your profile is private, and only you or an intended parent can access it.