Egg donation can be a wonderful gift, making it possible for women who have poor-quality eggs or too few eggs to realize their dream of conceiving a child.
If you are considering egg donation, the team of experts at Reach will provide you with all the information you need to decide whether becoming an egg donor is right for you. As an approved egg donor, you will receive $5,500 in total compensation per cycle.
Who Can Become an Egg Donor?
The Egg Donation Process:
- Selection and Matching
- Cycle Synchronization
- Egg Retrieval
Potential egg donors may be:
- Anonymous Donors
Many donors opt to remain anonymous. An anonymous donor gives her eggs to an infertile woman or couple whose identity also remains anonymous to the donor. Anonymous donors are matched as closely as possible to the physical criteria specified by the prospective recipient.
- Known Donors
In some cases, the egg donor is a sister, friend, or relative of the recipient. Some recipients recruit donors on their own.
Compensation for Anonymous Egg Donors
Donors are compensated $5,500 for the completion of a cycle. If the cycle is cancelled due to inadequate ovarian response, the donor will be compensated $75 per day of stimulation completed.
Apply to Be an Anonymous Egg Donor
The first step in the egg donation process is to complete an online history and genetic screening application. Our donor egg department will review your screening questionnaire and you will be contacted to attend one of our informational seminars.
Click here to apply to become a donor.
Egg Donor FAQs:
The first step in the egg donation process is to complete an online application. Once submitted, our third party team will review your application and contact you if you are a good candidate for donation.
The timeline can vary but the total process from application to donation is generally 2 to 4 months.
Egg donation does not decrease your own fertility.
Once approved as a donor, you can donate up to 6 times.
Egg donors are issued a compensation check on the same day as their egg retrieval.