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The Egg Donation Process IG22018-10-22T11:27:08+00:00

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The Egg Donation Process

Step 1

Complete the Application

Complete the Application

Once you have completed, we will send you a welcome email advising you’ve been accepted into the program.

Step 2

Get Matched with Intended Parents

Get Matched with Intended Parents

As soon as your profile is created, we will present you to our intended parents.

Step 3

The Screening Process

The Screening Process

Medical Screening appointment, Psychological Evaluation, Background Check

Step 4

Legal Process

Legal Process

You will now have an attorney representing you to discuss and sign the contracts with your intended parents and their attorney

Step 5

In-Cycle Calendar

In-Cycle Calendar

You will communicate with your coordinators and will receive a calendar that you will follow for birth control and medications

Step 6

Medical Injections and Monitoring

Medical Injections and Monitoring

In order to stimulate your eggs, you will undergo a 10-12 day injection period leading up to your egg retrieval.

Step 7

Egg Retrieval

Egg Retrieval

Egg Retrieval takes place at our facility in San Diego. Our doctor gently retrieves the eggs vaginally, while you are sedated.

Step 8

Post-Retrieval Check-Up

Post-Retrieval Check-Up

A post-retrieval check-up appointment will be scheduled at your local monitoring center for your convenience.

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Egg donation involves a screening process.  Not all potential egg donors are selected.  Not all selected egg donors receive the monetary amounts or compensation advertised.  As with any medical procedure, there may be risks associated with human egg donation.  Before an egg donor agrees to begin the egg donation process, and signs a legally binding contract, she is required to receive specific information on the known risks of egg donation.  Consultation with your doctor prior to entering into a donor contract is advised.