Do I qualify to become an egg donor?

You have to be between the ages of 18-30, Physically Healthy and have monthly menstrual periods. Please look at our donor requirements page at HERE.

Will Egg donation affect my future fertility?

Egg Donation does not have any affect on your future fertility or pregnancy ability.

What happens after I submit my application?

We will review your application to see if you meet the qualifications. If you do,we will schedule a phone interview over the phone.

When do I receive my compensation?

Donors are given an initial payment at commencement of injectible medication. The balance of the compensation is issued upon confirmation (from the doctor) that a successful egg retrieval procedure took place.

Do I have to travel?

Maybe. Most of our intended parents are working with a doctor in Southern California. So, if you live outside of So Cal, there is a good chance that you will need to travel. If you cannot travel due to job or school conflicts and you live outside of California, it may just take longer to find a match for you.

How long does the process take once I’m selected?

Once you are selected, you can expect 2-4 months before your actual egg retrieval occurs. The process includes medical and psychological screening, drafting legal contract and the actual medical procedure.

Will my personal information remain confidential?

Yes. All donations remain anonymous and is protected by the legal contract.

What kind of medications will I be required to take?

You will take medications both orally and through small injections under the skin. Each physician’s office has a different medication protocol. The particular physician’s office that you will be working with will explain in detail your medications.

Apply today to become an Egg Donor