The Egg Donation Process In 8 Steps
To some, the phrase “egg donation” sounds complicated. But, after you review these steps, you will have a greater understanding of the procedure.
With more than 20,000 egg donation cycles performed in the US annually, you can be assured that the premiere fertility centers have egg donation down to a smoothly-running process. Also, with anonymity assured, and the opportunity to make between $7,000 and $25,000 per donation, there has never been a better time to explore egg donation.
Step 1: Become Aware of Egg Donation Opportunities
Growing up, you may have heard your mother and her friends talking about infertility. Infertility occurs when there is a hormone imbalance problem called Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) which can interfere with normal ovulation. Now as a college student, you start to notice egg donor ads. From online ads to poster ads around campus, your curiosity about egg donation starts to increase and at some point, those overheard conversations start to make sense. After the “ah ha” moment hits, you realize you can help someone overcome infertility without disrupting your life. After conducting further research online, and engaging with women who have donated, you realize that you fit the egg donor criteria and can gain a financial benefit. Now it’s time for you to start the application!
Step 2: Complete the Application
The application will ask that you provide personal information related to your educational background, hobbies, family history, blood type and medical history. Other components of the application include quality photos, as they are one of the most effective tools to matching with intended parents. Within your photo gallery, it’s important to add at least one childhood photo, a full body photo, and a current headshot. Once the application is completed, you will be sent an email notifying you whether you’ve been accepted into the egg donor program.
Step 3: Get Matched with Intended Parents
Your profile is created from the information you provide on your application. Once your profile is created, it will be presented to