Making the choice to donate your eggs to someone who needs them is a noble and selfless act that has given hope to thousands of women and couples that are unable to naturally conceive their own children.
Selling your eggs involves going through a part of the IVF process to have their eggs collected. The eggs are then used as part of IVF/surrogacy, or they are used for research or training.
Women primarily donate their eggs to someone that they know, such as a friend or family member that is unable to use their own eggs. Then there are the women who use theirs to help bring the joy of childbirth to strangers who need a hand.
The following are the basic requirements for being an egg donor;
- Between 20 and 28 years of age
- Have regular monthly periods
- Be physically and emotionally healthy
- Have no reproductive abnormalities or disorders
- Have a BMI under 28
- Non-drinker, non-smoker, non-drug user
- Not currently taking Depo-Provera shots
- Not using the Implanon/Nexplanon implant
- Willing to be medically and psychologically assessed
- Willing to take injectable medications
- Willing to commit to the process for six months at the least
- Willing and able to respond to communication received from us within 24 hours
- Excited at the prospect of helping to start a new family
Outside of these basic requirements, we hope to attract young women that want to create a win-win situation where generously donating your eggs to intended parents is rewarded through compensation that makes a difference to your life. Our donors in San Diego use the compensation they receive to pay college and school fees, travel abroad, start college funds for their own children, or purchase their first home – just to name a few examples of meaningful things we have helped them do. We celebrate the choices that create a powerful change for everyone involved in the process.