We know you have big dreams for the future… and you can keep all your options open when you make this amazing choice!
Make a Dream Come True When You Become An Egg Donor
For the countless individuals and couples who can’t become pregnant without an egg donor, it can feel frustrating, unfair and hopeless. But through the simple process of egg donation, YOU can restore their hope, and provide the solution to help these dreamers *finally* become parents, at great mutual benefit with amazing compensation! Your generous donation of eggs will earn you thousands while giving someone burdened by infertility the life-changing freedom to experience parenthood!
Simple, Discreet, Non-Disruptive. And Oh So Rewarding!
Egg donation is a relatively simple and pain-free process. By design, it is not meant to disrupt your life. You take medication for a few weeks and then go in for a procedure to have a fertility doctor extract some of your eggs while you are under anesthesia. The whole process takes about 6 weeks. In addition to the personal satisfaction you will get from helping create a family, you will receive compensation of $6,000-$10,000 for your inconvenience and time. There is absolutely no cost to you. All of your expenses are paid by the recipients, including travel fees if applicable.
Are there any behaviors or conditions that automatically disqualify women from being egg donors?
Yes, as part of the pre-screening process, you will be asked about the below disqualifiers:
1. If you have been diagnosed with syphilis, chlamydia, or certain other infectious diseases within the last year (if treated, you must be disease-free for at least 12 months)
2. If you have a BMI (body mass index) which is beyond the currently accepted “healthy” levels
3. If you have traveled to or lived in the UK or Europe for 5 years during FDA-designated “mad cow risk” time periods
4. If you have a medical and/or family history of birth defects that required surgery (such as cleft lip, spina bifida, or a heart defect), Huntington’s disease, hemophilia, Tay-Sachs disease, sickle cell anemia, major medical problems, mental disabilities, or psychiatric problems
5. If you have injected drugs or engaged in prostitution within the last five years
6. If you are a carrier of the gene or genetic mutation for certain diseases and syndromes
7. If you can’t pass a drug test, which also includes tests for alcohol and nicotine
8. If you have travelled to a Zika-affected country, you are not eligible to donate for six months
9. If you have received a tattoo or body piercing in the last 12 months.
What amount of compensation I can expect to receive?
Can I remain anonymous?
How many times can I donate my eggs?
I have an IUD - do I have to remove it?
How many times would I visit the fertility doctor’s office?
Do I pay taxes on my compensation?
Will being an egg donor hurt my own fertility?
When you act as an egg donor you are given a series of medications, proven to be safe for your own fertility, to aid in bringing some of those additional eggs to maturity. Once you have several mature eggs (approx. 15-25) they will be retrieved by the fertility doctor while you are under general anesthesia.
Would I take medications as an egg donor? For how long?
How do the medications make me feel? Will I gain weight?
What kind of restrictions do I have during the process?
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Knowledge is power! Reach out and we’ll help you see if this is the right next step for you!
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